Kids TV, Now With More Vitamins

Downey, Kevin
November 2005
Broadcasting & Cable;11/14/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 46, p25
Focuses on the efforts of television networks to develop programs aimed at promoting healthy living to children in the U.S. Provision of the Federal Communications Commission's Children's Television Act; Approaches used by Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network in creating quality television programs with positive messages for children; Partnership of 4Kids Entertainment with Subway restaurant to promote healthy lifestyle.


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