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    Decency in the Media, Afternoon

    In the afternoon session of a day-long forum, representatives from a variety of interests including the cable industry, broadcasters, government agencies, television ratings services, and…

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    Decency in the Media, Morning

    In the morning session of a day-long forum, representatives from a variety of interests including the cable industry, broadcasters, government agencies, television ratings services, and…

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    Children and Media Violence

    Witnesses testified about industry efforts to reduce children’s exposure to violence. Topics included warning labels and rating systems, violence in advertising, and methods of…

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    Marketing Violence to Children Day 1

    Government officials and industry experts testified about the recent Federal Trade Commission report on marketing violent entertainment to children. The report criticized the entertainment…

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    Television Ratings System

    The House subcommittee on Telecommunications, Trade and Consumer Protection and television industry officials heard comments by randomly selected families in Peoria, Illinois. They…

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    Television Ratings System

    Committee members heard testimony concerning the effectiveness of the television ratings system, which the industry voluntarily initiated at the beginning of the year. Several legislators…

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    Television Ratings System

    Jack Valenti, President & CEO, Motion Picture Association of America and several television industry leaders released a six-tier television ratings system based on viewer age, which…

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    Television Ratings System

    After a meeting with administration officials and television industry leaders, President Clinton and Vice President Gore talked about the importance of an age-based ratings system for…

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    Television Ratings

    President of the Motion Picture Association of America, Jack Valenti, and David Bartlett of the Radio-Television News Directors Association spoke about the need for and implementation of a…

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    Television Ratings System

    After meeting with President Clinton and Vice President Gore, Mr. Valenti and television industry executives briefed reporters on a television ratings system which they promised to…

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    Television Ratings System

    After meeting with television industry executives, President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore spoke to reporters about the results of the meeting. The president announced that…

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    Sex, Violence and Values in the Media

    Panelists discussed the prevalence of sex and violence on televsion and how it is affecting viewers and U.S. society as a whole. They debated whether it really is harmful and if so, how can…

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    Impact of Media on Families and Children

    President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore discussed family television with a group of television executives. The president had proposed an amendment to the Telecommunications Bill to require…

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    Violence in Television Programming

    The Senate committee heard testimony on violence on television and its effect on children and public safety. Witnesses include the Attorney General, advocacy groups and television networks.…

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    Violence in Television Programming

    Members of Congress and television industry officials spoke in a news conference to announce the introduction of a voluntary violence ratings code for television programs. The code, which…

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    Violence in Television Programming

    The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee heard testimony from representatives of the television and entertainment industries on the issue of violence in television programming, particularly in…

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