Welcome to our links page. From here you can surf the web sites of businesses and
organizations that are related to CRETV.
The official site of the Federal Communications Commission.
The Center for Media and Public Affairs (CMPA)
CMPA provides a quantitative basis for ongoing debates over media issues and impact through well-documented, extensively researched and readable studies of media content.
Television News Archive
The Television News Archive collection at Vanderbilt University is the world's most extensive and complete archive of television news.
The Media Literacy Online Project
A support service for teachers, and others, concerned with the influence of media in the lives of children and youth. This is the most comprehensive Media Lit. site presently on the Net.
The Center for Media Education
(CME) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of electronic media, especially on the behalf of children and families.
The Center for Media Literacy
is a not-for-profit organization established to develop educational programs and materials that promote critical thinking about the media: from television to t-shirts, from billboards to the Internet.
Yahoo's Media Literacy Page
A page on the Yahoo search engine with links to many Media Literacy sites.
The Annenberg Public Policy Center
Communication research center focusing on media and politics, children's television, health communication and information technologies.
A nonprofit organization promoting the greater use of popular music in education.
A national nonprofit, organization that encourages Americans to reduce, the amount of television they watch in order to promote, healthier lives, families and communities.
A national, nonprofit public policy organization founded to promote constructive depictions of health and social issues in the media, particularly as they relate to children and adolescents.
Understanding The Ratings System
The ratings system, told in the clearest way possible (since the networks haven't told you). First, you will be told (in quotes) what the big TV gurus tell you. Next will come the simple, one sentence explanation (as simple as I can, and as short as possible) in the English language.
The TV Parental Guidelines
A site that was developed by the television industry to help parents sort through the 2000 hours of television that are available in American homes each day, and choose programs they want their young children to see ญญ or not to see.