In this space, the ACCM will track and break down the evolution of key issues, considering whether they are emerging, stable or fading in prominence. We'll look for trends and themes across media content, research, government actions, conferences, and experts' commentaries.
The Kaiser Family Foundation and the American Center for Children and Media sponsor a roundtable discussion to focus on what proposals, policies or practices are likely to emerge during the Obama Administration concerning children’s media content and delivery.
The forum is not intended as a debate about what should happen, but rather as a chance for all involved to discuss what they believe will happen: Which issues will rise to the top of the agenda, and which will fall by the wayside? Where will we see legislative or regulatory action, and where will industry focus its self-regulatory efforts? Will the Obama White House work directly to foster a dialogue on these issues, or will it leave those issues to Congress and the Federal Communications Commission? Watch the roundtable here.