|Children’s media are subject to intense public, academic, press and legislative attention, out of consideration for young people’s healthy development. The American Center for Children and Media – an ‘executive roundtable’ for TV and digital industry leaders – anticipates, analyzes and acts regarding research findings, evolving technologies, social shifts and the volatile marketplace.
The result is positive initiatives in the service of audience needs, and a coordinated response when the industry has to speak out against attacks or inaccuracies. In other words, the Center leads its constituents to "do well by doing good."
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. Watch the roundtable here.