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own r thought processes starts to develop at that point.
Today kids are getting more media savvy in early ages. But it started to skew a little longer.
What is the relation between imagination and consuming images from media.
Retention
There has been some studies that found they were higher levels of retention. more in visual tha
audio. If there is a sequence does it stay longer? Older can hold more. Gender differences
different between boys and girls.
________________________________________________________________________
Regulation Why?
Your college or univerisity takes on some responsibilities that was parents before.
What kinds of values are embedded in regulation?
There are couple of ways that one could think about regulation.
Media can be good and we can encourage more about it.
There are certain set of intrinsic values that are built into the regulation.
End of NQR. What are the values behind this? Tufts says at tufts we need safety. They wanted to
prevent accidents.
As television was developing regulators, petitioners realized that TV had an incredible amount of
safety.
Broadcasters are very interested in children audience
When children programming is on? Saturday mornings. Thats a time that adults are less likely to
watch television. Ad rates are not high those times. This idea of spurred regulattion of TV.
When these regulations start to come into the rrom
nbc abc cbs
airways are scarce resource. Regulations are developed to utilize these scarce resource the best.
A level meaningful of education of children
FCC (Feral Communication Commisiion) 1934/ Charged seiing the people who run
broadcasting. public interest,convenience and necesssity is their motto. They can remove them,
they can take them away and they can also find another info. Their terms are staggered. The idea
was that it should be more politically balanced
FTC (Federal Trade commision) 1914
ACT Action for Children Television
NAB National association of broadcasters. They set a code
There isnt strong regulation
When regulation
1952 First Congression about television the topic was - Sex and Violence in Tv. nothing was on
TV. There wasnt any sex and there were mostly westerns. And westerns was funny. They shot
eachether at the hand.
There were concerns oh my god what are the effects
congress -- to fcc wanting them to
1971- richard dixon set up a commission childrens television.
Fcc came up with a statement that children are different than adults viewers- First regulatory
statement
1974 FCC issued a statement which urged broadcasters to be more diverse in films. FCC issued a
policy statement that relied upon very vague statement. They wanted REASONABLE amount of
educational programming. MEANINGFUL effort. No body really new what was this so they
didnt do it
1976 NAB pushed for family watching hours.
7-9 pm programming suitable by viewing by all family members we dont have family viewing
hours today
When Ronold Reagon was elected. Changes. Their motto was DeRegulation. They beli

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