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Announcing the CCFC Guide to Commercial-Free Holidays!; Share Your Tips for Commercial-Free Holidays; 2008 TRUCE Toy Action Guide; Tell Toy Marketers:  Target Parents not Children with Ads this Holiday Season

CCFC’s Holiday Marketing Moratorium – An Update; Nancy Carlsson-Paige Joins the CCFC Steering Committee; BusRadio Pulls 90210 Ads; Baby TV Banned in France; TV Cultura Goes Commercial-Free; Book Review: The Talk: What Your Kids Need to Hear from YOU About Sex by Sharon Maxwell; CCFC on Facebook

CCFC’s New and Improved Website; No School Bus Ads in South Carolina!; CCFC to the FCC: Protect Children from Embedded Advertising; More on Bratz and Scholastic; BusRadio and 90210:  An Update; Two Important New Reports: School Commercialism and Alcohol Marketing; Democratic and Republican Platforms Choose Corporate Interests over Childhood

CCFC to Channel One:  Stop Peddling Prescription Drugs to Children; CCFC to the FTC:  Whatever Happened to BabyFirstTV?; A New Report from the FTC:  Marketing Food to Children and Adolescents: A Review of Industry Expenditures, Activities, and Self-Regulation; Protect Children from Violent Films on Planes; Help Get Our Message to Obama and McCain; CCFC’s Susan Linn and Diane Levin at the APA National Convention

CCFC’s Fiscal Year-End Campaign:  We’re Almost There – Can You Put Us Over the Top?; CCFC Urges Adoption of Democratic Platform Plank on Marketing to Children; Coalition Demands FCC Action on Product Placement and Product Integration;  Coming Soon: Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood.  A new film by the Media Education Foundation; CCFC is Now on Facebook; Book Reviews

Stop the Marketing PG-13 Movies to Preschoolers; Tim Kasser Joins the CCFC Steering Committee; Healthy Media Choices Joins the CCFC Coalition; BusRadio Expelled from Seminole County; Upcoming Events; The Commercialization of Childhood: The Role of Belief Communities; On DVD:  What Would Jesus Buy? Special Offer for CCFC Members

CCFC Honors Morgan Spurlock with Fred Rogers Integrity Award; The Reviews are In: CCFC’s Sold-Out Summit a Smash Hit; Advocates ask FTC to Tighten Rules for Online Data Collection from Minors; Abercrombie and Fitch Emergency Room Update; Two Great Upcoming Events:  ACME Summit 2008 and the National Conference on Media Reform:  Minneapolis, June 5-8; Childhood & Society Symposium:  The Sexualization of Childhood.  June 13-14, Point Park University,  Pittsburgh; Book Review: Taking Back...

Disney No Longer Marketing Baby EinsteinVideos as Educational; Another Successful CCFC Campaign: Product Placement Gone from Cathy’s Book; Legislation Update: Commercial-Free Vermont Schools? South Carolina Kicking Advertisers off the Bus; CCFC Summit: More Presenters, More Excitement, But Space Going Fast!

CCFC to the MPAA: Stop Marketing PG-13 Films to Young Children; Candidate Edwards Weighs in on Marketing to Children; Commercial-Free Vermont Schools?; CCFC's Consuming Kids Summit: The Sexualization of Children and Other Commercial Calamities. Schedule Now Available and New Presenters; Tips for Watching the Super Bowl from DADs

New Study Shows Power of Branding Kids; Baby Einstein Debunked; Blackboards, not Billboards: Massachusetts School Commercialism Bill Advances Out of Committee; CCFC News Now Available by RSS Feed

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