Parents should save children not only from different diseases but also from the surrounding threats even though children are sitting at home at PCs using internet, TV, ads and other program. These are the cases when parents are unable to control their children all the time. That is the task of FCC. And there are some efforts made in this direction.
FCCReady that is led by nationally known psychologist, author and media authority, Dr. Helen Boehm, and produces powerful Educational and Informational (EI) appraisals and professional evaluation summaries in compliance with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and CARU, COPPA and FTC guidelines works in this field.
Dr. Boehm has a proven track record of EI program clearances and the successful review of much of the educational content for kids seen on TV and computer screens today. According to the PRWEB, she will extend the same practical and professional content advisory services she brought to NewsCorp's Fox and Viacom's MTV Networks/Nickelodeon over the past two decades - directly to your kids' media projects. The advice of Dr. Boehm is as much trustworthy as she has testified before Congress and is the author of the popular child-safety book, Fearless Parenting for the New Millennium and the best selling paperback, The Right Toys: A Guide to Selecting the Best Toys for Children. Before Dr. Boehm headed youth standards and public responsibility at Fox and MTV/Nickelodeon, "Dr. Helen" directed the Children's Advertising Unit (CARU) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, the self-regulatory arm of the children's advertising industry.
As given at PRWEB, the incoming administration has pledged greater scrutiny of child-directed entertainment, advertising and interactive media. According to President-Elect Barack Obama, "We're going to have to parent better, and turn off the television set, and put the video games away, and instill a sense of excellence in our children."
DR. Helen Boehm's FCCReady: New DC Administration Suggests Increased Oversight of Kids' TV, Internet and Ads, Are Your Programs and Products FCCReady?
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