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IFS 2028, Week 1-3 notes

by: Stephanie Frazier

IFS 2028, Week 1-3 notes IFS 2028

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These notes cover everything that we have covered in the past 3 weeks
Child and Youth Media Cultures
IFS Honors Eseries
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This 1 page Bundle was uploaded by Stephanie Frazier on Wednesday January 13, 2016. The Bundle belongs to IFS 2028 at Florida State University taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 383 views.


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Date Created: 01/13/16
Stephanie Frazier Week 2: Children’s TV 1. Cartoons are for…? a. Social commentary b. 1950’s i. Animation becomes harmless entertainment for children 2. Saturday morning exile a. The industry made cartoons politically correct b. Time spot became a financially lucrative c. Low production values d. Lots of repeats 3. Toy-TV Tie-ins a. Lead to “program-length commercials” i. More common in the 1960s 4. Timeline a. 1969-FCC rule Hot Wheels was an unacceptable program- length commercial b. 1972-FCC bans host selling and requires 5 second bumpers between a show & commercial c. Late 1970s-FTC advocated a ban on advertising to children 8 & under d. 1980s-Deregulation i. Reagan’s administration believed that the violation of broadcaster’s first amendment right e. 1983-FCC lifted children’s policy guidelines f. 1984- FCC the TV broadcasters could air as long commercials as they wanted g. Between 1984 and 1985 cartoons featuring licensed characters increased by some 300%


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