2004: April-May

May 24  FAIR study of NPR guests
May 23  Pew Surveys:  Tighter budgets tied to news quality;
Pew Survey
finds moderates, liberals dominate news outlets
May 19  PTC report: TV Bloodbath: Violence in Prime Time Network Television
May 5 People’s Viewing Patterns Don’t Match the Advertising Industry’s Long-Held Assumptions
May 4 Commercial-Free Childhood Professor: Survey Supports Limits on Kid-Targeted Ads (report)

MLC recommended resource by Current Health 1 magazine, April/May 04 issue: Media What’s the Message?
Entertainment Education and Health in the United States – Issue Brief
April 21 Teens Saw More Alcohol Ads in 2002, study; webpage resources; Beer Industry response
April 18 The Influence of Media Violence on Youth (study)
April 15 Study Questions value of advertising to kids in school
April 11  Read Teens & Newspapers 2003 survey results
April 5 Early Television Exposure and Subsequent Attentional Problems in Children
(Pediatrics)  Healthday (news story)
April 5 Video Games Emerge As ‘No. 4’ Medium, Displace Print Among Young Guys
New guide: Navigating the Children’s Media Landscape
April issue of Access Learning, features articles on Health Literacy