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Parental Controls on the Television Programs Their Children Watch

Summary: Parents have a number of options in ensuring that what their children watch on television will not contain inappropriate content. These options include the V-chip, television ratings for programming (such as TV-G, TV-Y7, and so on), and direct parental involvement to determine what the child is watching and learning from television.
Parents are faced with the challenge of what they let their children watch on television. Many parents are faced with this challenge because there is inappropriate content in certain movies or shows. Although there are many inappropriate content in certain movies or shows, there are many ways of avoiding this dilemma. Such as V-chips, previous warnings and ratings, parent involvement, and much more.

A V-chip is one of the many ways that parents can control what their children watch by allowing them to put parental blocks on certain shows. Its stated that as of January 1, 2000, that all televisions which are 13 inches or larger are required by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to have V-chip technology. This method is a good way to control what your children are watching when you are not at home or unable to monitor them.

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