It is amazing, yet all too predictable, that television broadcasters are fighting a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposal that would require them to show a mere three hours of children’s educational and informational programming each week.
Broadcasters get free use of the valuable public airwaves, and in exchange they are required, as trustees of those airwaves, to serve the needs of their communities.
A DIET OF VIOLENCE
Children are perhaps the segment of the population most in need of good broadcast programming. In the absence of solid...
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