Kids' TV the FCC Loves

Albiniak, Paige
January 2005
Broadcasting & Cable;1/24/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 4, p17
Trade Publication
Looks at opportunities for television syndicators in the U.S. children's television market. Rise of educational programming in the country; Efforts by television syndicators to create children's shows that meet with requirements set by the Federal Communications Commission; Information on children's programs being offered by some television companies in the country.


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