Kids Programming In a Digital World: Ways To Regulate


Last week, the FCC proposed changes to its rules governing children’s programming.

“While the proposal is not as sexy as internet regulation, it is an important and overdue step toward updating the law to reflect the realities of the modern video marketplace,” says Daniel Lyons, an associate professor at Boston College Law School and a visiting fellow at a D.C. think tank with a big influence on the Commission.

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