What's on the Tube?

Hales, John
September 2007
License! Global;Sep2007, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p30
Trade Publication
The article looks at the most popular television licenses for children in Great Britain as of September 2007. Some morning shows for children include the television programs "Tracey Beaker" and "Scooby-Doo." It cites that the uptake of television licenses is greater among girls compared to boys who are more interested in films. It states that the most popular television license remains to be the program "Bratz" which focuses on the adventures of fashion-conscious young children.


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