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com How to air your concerns While the Family Friendly Programming Forum includes only advertisers, here are some organizations that welcome the public's involvement in addressing concerns about broadcast content.
A recent initiative to promote wholesome programs for television is the Family Friendly Programming Forum.
A group of more than forty major national advertisers, working through the Association of National Advertisers, have formed the Family Friendly Programming Forum to address two concerns: "the dwindling availability of family friendly television programs during prime viewing hours"; and "the TV imagery, role models, themes and language to which our young people are exposed.
Listen to this report from the Family Friendly Programming Forum at: http://media.
Both will be presented with the Maxwell (Mac) Dane Award for Humanitarian Excellence for their roles as chairs of the Family Friendly Programming Forum.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- The 8th Annual Family Television Awards on November 29, 2006 in Beverly Hills is presented by the Family Friendly Programming Forum and recognizes honorees in nine categories for their contribution to outstanding family entertainment.
One of her most impressive achievements was her leadership role with the Family Friendly Programming Forum, which resulted in numerous important initiatives including the national broadcast of the Second Annual Family Television Awards.
The awards are given by the members of the Family Friendly Programming Forum and selected by the members of the Association of National Advertisers.