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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

CCFC to McDonald’s: Stop Selling Sex with a Side of Fries (or Apple Dippers); Alex Molnar joins the CCFC Steering Committee; New Report Details School Commercialism Trends; Tips for Parenting in a Commercial Culture; CCFC to Unilever: “Bom Chicka Wah Wah” is not Real Beauty; Your Daughter’s Halloween Costume: Tips for Parents from DADs; Come On People: On the Path from Victims to Victors by Bill Cosby and Alvin F. Poussaint, MD; Ana Lúcia Villela wins Brazil’s Top Education Award; Commentary...

In Theaters Now: What Would Jesus Buy?; National Action Against Obesity Joins CCFC; CCFC Asks National School Boards Association to Disavow Report on Social Networking; CCFC's Sixth Annual Summit: New Event and Speakers Added!

CCFC's Susan Linn Discusses Sak's "Snowpeople" on NPR's Marketplace; CCFC's Consuming Kids Summit: Early Bird Registration Closes January 15th; McDonald's Report Card Advertising: An Update; Mapping School Food: A Policy Guide: A New Resource from the Public Health Advocacy Institute; Action Alert: Help Stop Media Consolidation; The Presidential Candidates on Kids Media and Marketing Issues; Activists Stop Wal-Mart's "Who Needs Credit Cards" Underwear for Girls; Support CCFC's Year-End...

CCFC's 5th Annual Summit: David Elkind Joins All-Star Lineup; Time Running out on Early Bird Registration; CCFC to Present Raffi with Fred Rogers Integrity Award; Park Service Scales Back Solicitation and Advertising Plan; CCFC Member News: Share, Spend, Save's "Financial Sanity Kit"; CNAD's "Tips for Parenting in a Commercial Culture; and new research from DADs' See Jane Program; Events: Media Education in a Violent Society and the ACME Media Education Summit; Resources: Commercialism in...

CCFC Summit Report: Consuming Kids: Marketing in Schools and Beyond; New Voluntary Guidelines for Marketing to Children Are Pure Window Dressing; National Study Finds School Beverage Contracts a Raw Deal; News from Britain: A Devastating Report, Commercialisation of Childhood and New Proposals to Curb Junk Food Ads; The National Conference for Media Reform, January 12-14, 2007, Memphis, TN; Recommended Reading: Appetite for Profit, Packaging Girlhood, The Elephant in the Living Room, &...

CCFC Tells the FTC : Self-Regulation Has Failed; CCFC Member News: Child-Responsible Media Joins CCFC, TV-Turnoff Week, and Report from The Motherhood Project; CCFC To Coca-Cola: Stop Targeting Our Children; Free Press Action Alert: Tell Congress to Save Children’s Educational Programming on PBS; Events: Media Literacy In A Violent Society; CCFC in the News: Classical Baby Becomes Classic Controversy; CCFC Raps McDonald's Hypocrisy; Guest Opinion: The Danger of Marketing Loud as Fun; Things...

Save the Date: CCFC’s 5th Annual Summit; Scholastic and Tickle U: An Update; CCFC to TIAA-CREF: Coke is Not a Social Choice; California Legislature Votes to Limit School Soda and Junk Food Sales; California Joins Illinois and Michigan in Restricting the Sale of Violent Video Games to Minors; McDonald's Rap Song Product Placement Plan Stalls; The Center for Informed Food Choices Joins CCFC; Stop CosmoGirl! Addiction Marketing; Mothers Examine the Influence of Popular Culture on Children; New...

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