Analysis of Latest Cable Censorship Bill (S. 946: “The Kid-Friendly TV Programming Act”)

by on May 11, 2005 · 10 comments

This week I released a short new PFF report on the S. 946, the “Kid-Friendly TV Programming Act of 2005.” It would force all cable and satellite operators to offer a “child-friendly” tier of at least 15
channels of video programming. It’s another misguided and unconstitutional attempt by Congress to regulate content on cable and satellite television. This new report can be found here and my earlier report on cable and satellite censorship can be found here.

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