Television Violence and Parental Control: An Industry Perspective

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This panel addresses the FCC's apparent inability or unwillingness to regulate television violence, while it has given much attention to sexual content and profanity through its indecency rules. After the 2010 federal court decision that the FCC policy on fleeting expletives cannot be sustained, the agency's broader effort to regulate content has come into question. This panel addresses the possibility of regulating television violence in a manner similar to indecency, and relevant legal issues.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 12 2011
EventBEA 2011 Convention - Las Vegas, NV
Duration: Apr 12 2011Apr 12 2011


ConferenceBEA 2011 Convention


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