D.C.-Baltimore kids TV report card: C-

July 1994
Broadcasting & Cable;7/25/94, Vol. 124 Issue 30, p16
Reports on the Maryland Campaign for Kids' TV's ratings for Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Md. television stations' compliance with the Children's Television Act. Airing of educational programming for children; Poor performance of stations; Need for stronger and clearer regulations from Federal Communications Commission (FCC).


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