Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Ofcom reviews children's TV

Media watchdog Ofcom has begun a scheduled review of children's TV programming.
Ofcom will begin its review with a research project focusing on:
  • the current state of children’s television and other children’s media in the UK;
  • the role of public service broadcasting in providing content to children;
  • the prospects for the future delivery of a wide range of high quality and original content for children and the factors which are likely to influence this;
  • and relevant international perspectives or examples.
Ofcom intends to publish the findings of its research in summer 2007.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous2:57 pm

    Having quality progammes for children should be non-negotiable! As anyone who's ever tried cooking dinner with a hyperactive toddler in the room can tell you.


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