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Impact of Media Violence on Children
Senate Commerce Committee
Tuesday, June 26, 2007
SR - 253
The Impact of Media Violence on Children hearing will focus on issues related to the impact of violent television programming on children, including issues raised by the recently released Federal Communications Commission (FCC) report, Violent Television Programming And Its Impact On Children.
- Protecting Children on the Internet
- Inouye Planning More TV Violence Hearings
- Oversight Hearing - National Science Foundation and Youth Violence Research
- TV to U.S. govt: Hands off violent programs
- Sen. Rockefeller introduces bill to study effect of video-game violence on children
- Hearing -- Sexual Exploitation of Children Over the Internet
- Hearing: Images Kids See on the Screen
- FCC Seeks To Rein In Violent TV Shows
- Senate Hearing -- Exclusive Sports Programming: Examining Competition and Consumer Choice
- FTC Renews Call to Entertainment Industry to Curb Marketing of Violent Entertainment to Children
- FCC Moves to Restrict TV Violence
- Videogames as Free-Speech Issue
- Indecency, Violence Roil TV Legal Waters
- Hearing: XM Sirius
- Why is FCC mum on violence in media?