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Children and TV Advertising

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(India)–is a span of television programming produced and paid for by an organization that conveys a message. Advertisement revenue provides a significant portion of the funding for most privately owned television networks. The vast majority of television advertisements today consist of brief advertising spots, ranging in length from a few seconds to several minutes (as well as program-length infomercials ). Advertisements of this sort have been used to sell every product imaginable over the years, from goods and services to political campaigns . The effect of commercial advertisements upon the viewing public has been so ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
the local wellness policy: not making the grade—jackie ballou
On June 30, 2004 a policy went into effect that appeared to be a soaring leap in the right direction for the world of nutrition. This landmark event was the creation of the local wellness policy. In theory, the goal of local wellness policies is to improve wellness in schools. The policy requires all schools authorized by the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act and the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 to individually establish their own wellness policies. In 1946 Harry Truman signed the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act, a federal law providing subsidized low cost and free lunch to qualified students (1). The ... market research, surveys and trends
MDA: ACCESS Urges Free-to-Air Chinese TV Channels to Continue to ...
Chinese free-to-air TV has been praised for supporting the local media industry through the outsourcing of programmes which, in turn, have given TV viewers more choices and a greater range of interesting programmes to choose from. Meanwhile, Pay TV operators have been urged to step up public education efforts to generate greater awareness of their parental lock mechanisms that protect children from mature content as well as consider introducing more Chinese children’s programmes. These were among the key recommendations and observations of the Advisory Committee for Chinese Programmes (ACCESS), which today released its biennial ... market research, surveys and trends

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CHILDREN AND TV ADVERTISING

TV Advertising and its effect on children
Today�s children are unique in many ways from previous generations, but perhaps the most influencing on our young children today is Television advertisements. "In 1997, the nation�s estimated 34 million children age 12 and under will have spent or influenced spending of a record $500 billion" (Horovitz 1997). There is obviously a great deal of interest in this subject, many books have been written, and many studies and reports done on the effects of TV advertising on children. In the following paragraphs we will look at some of the reasons why we advertise to children, some different positive and negative effects of TV ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
ADVERTISING:
30 percent of local TV news time is devoted to advertising. 4 ... Of the $248 billion projected to be spent on advertising in the U.S. in 2004, ... Starsburger, Victor C., (2001, June) “Children and TV Advertising: Nowhere to run, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Labor Dept: Gosselin Kids Aren't Being "Unlawfully Exploited"
THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF REALITY SHOWS THAT HAVE CHILDREN ON THEM,,, WHY IS IT ONLY KATE GOSSELIN THAT IS EXPLOITING HER CHILDREN ACCORDING TO YOU HATERS????? Says: THE GOSSELIN CHILDREN HAVE SPOKEN ABOUT THIS, THE WORDS I LIKE BEING FILMED BY TLC, WE LIKE HAVING A SHOW. WHAT CHILD WOULDN'T LOVE TO GO ON VACATIONS?? WHAT THE CHILDREN DON'T LIKE IS THE PAPARAZZI, AND THE PAPARAZZI FOLLOW THEM BECAUSE OF JON'S AFFAIR LAST YEAR. THE GOSSELIN KIDS ARE NOT EXPLOITED, YOU HATERS USE ANY EXCUSE TO CONTINUE YOUR HATE FILLED OBSESSION FOR KATE. July 23, 2010 - 10:10am Sammy Says: NO wonder she fled to Alaska - easy filming - ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Modern Junior League Far From Betty Draper's Elitist Social Club
 reaches fever pitch, Westchester residents are tickled about tuning in to the fourth season of a show set in their backyard. The AMC drama, based in the early 1960s, is about the world of advertising on Madison Avenue and features Ossining-based Don and Betty Draper as two of its main characters—Don, the successful ad executive who commutes daily to midtown Manhattan, and Betty, who raises their two children and devotes herself to the Junior League. The show is infamously meticulous about historical details—from cocktail party chatter to civic causes of the day. And as Patch found out from 93-year-old Lucia Maloney, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Television advertising and children: lessons from policy development
in Ireland and Sweden on children and TV advertising. J.L. was the UK national coordinator for the European. Heart Network report2 on marketing unhealthy ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Children's Exposure to TV Advertising in 1977 and 2004
3.1 Annual Exposure to TV Advertising by Children, Teens, and Adults . ..... We find that 61.4 percent of children's television advertising exposure comes ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Television (TV) and Children: Your Child: University of Michigan ...
Television (TV) has its good side.  It can be entertaining and educational, and can open up new worlds for kids, giving them a chance to travel the globe, learn about different cultures, and gain exposure to ideas they may never encounter in their own community.  Shows with a prosocial message can have a positive effect on kids' behavior; programs with positive role models can influence viewers to make positive lifestyle changes .  However, the reverse can also be true:  Kids are likely to learn things from TV that parents don't want them to learn.  TV can affect kids' health, ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Google Answers: tv advertising rules and guidelines - please help ...
Hello, My company would like to advertise our website on Australian TV channels Seven, Nine and Ten in Melbourne and Sydney. We intend to produce the ad(s) in-house but I know nothing about TV advertising rules and regulations. Therefore I would like assistance in finding the rules we need to know and the guidelines we must follow. I would also like technical specifications, e.g., what file format should the ad(s) be in and what resolution? Further information would be very much appreciated and rewarded. Thank you very much Hi, I work in the television industry in New Zealand, so hopefully I should be able to help ...
Google Answers: American advertising in the media
Hello Brophy-ga, Thank you for your question. Consumers are exposed to hundreds of commercial messages per day in one form or another -- from the boring, copy-laden radio commercial to the easily skimmed, forgettable newspaper ad, and from the billboard on the side of the bus to the logo on the side of the building. My search returned the following results for the number of advertising messages an average American is exposed to on a daily basis. The source and corresponding links for the information I gathered are included: “The average American is exposed to 247 commercial messages each day.” Consumer ...