FCC Tiptoes Back Into ‘KidVid’ Programming Accessibility Concerns


The Media Bureau of the FCC has opened a Docket that serves as an intelligence gathering mechanism for determining just how accessible children’s educational and informational programming is.

It could set off protests among the Republican Commissioners at the FCC, who during the Pai Commission stated that commercially licensed broadcast TV stations need not adhere to rules requiring it to air programming during certain hours of the week due to the “abundance” of other sources available to Americans.

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