COM230 Rider University Children's television programming and ACT Paper

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Each of these Essays should be a minimum of 1000 words to a maximum of 3000 words – approximately 3-4 typed pages. Each post should be thoughtful, clear and be concisely and effectively focused on the specific questions being asked. What you write for your Essays must clearly reflect that you have done the readings and must include at least 2 specific references to your text. Be sure to use quotes when necessary. Be sure to refer to a specific page number when referencing your book. In addition, you are required to have a minimum of two additional references from something other than your text. This must be relevant research from quality sources – NO WIKIPEDIA or other encyclopedic references!!! Be sure to clearly and specifically cite the source of this outside information. Include web links to online articles.

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Children’s programming

Children watch and listen to much of the media fare that is targeted toward adults, but through the years, companies have produced a great deal of material specifically aimed at children.

COM230 Rider University Children's television programming and ACT Paper
COM230 Rider University Children's television programming and ACT Paper

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Children's television programming and act
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Children's television programs and ACT
The ACT is an organization that was established by different parents with the aim of
demanding reforms for the children's programs in the field of media. The group of parents
noted that their children where being spoilt by the television programs that were broadcasted
mainly for children (Gross, 2012). The programs had a massive impact on the life of children
from five years and above. The music industry and television programs were benefiting from
these programs mostly on Sunday and saturday mornings.
The impacts of the television programs were noted by the parents who were able to wake
up in the morning (Barcus, 1971). Hence, they discovered that the television programs aired
for their children were destructive programs which were capable of spoiling the child's life.
The cartoon programs were the dominating soaps on Sunday morning and hence capturing a
significant number of children. The television program by then was focused on how to
entertain the public such that the radio programs were losing their interest in the public due to
concentration made on the TV programs.
The television organizations were mainly focused on comercials activity regardless of the
programs presented to the public. In 1960, the FCC chair had agreed that the televisio...

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