The V-Chip: Where Do We Go From Here?
Participants discussed the implications and possibilities of the V-chip. which parents will be able to use to filter out undesired television programs. They also examined how programs could be rated so that this technology can be implemented.
People in this video
- Balkum, Stephen Executive Director Recreational Software Advisory Council
- Cole, Jeffrey Director University of California, Los Angeles->Center for Communication Policy
- Cox, Tony Executive Vice President Viacom International
- Gerstein, Dan Legislative Assistant
- Hewlett, Sylvia Ann Professor Sarah Lawrence College->Public Policy
- Kleeman, David Director American Children's TV Festival
- Montgomery, Kathryn Co-Founder Center for Media Education
- Moulton, David Chief of Staff U.S. House of Representatives->Markey, E. (D-MA)
- Myers, Jack Chairman National Media Advisory Board
- Noam, Eli Professor Columbia University->Graduate School of Business
- Peck, Joe Representative Eli Lilly and Company->Congressional Affairs
- Pober, Arthur Executive Director Entertainment Software Rating Board
- Rideout, Victoria Director Children Now->Children and the Media
- Vallee, Martine Representative Canada->Telecommunications
- Wright, Chris Deputy General Counsel Federal Communications Commission
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