Entertainment Hearing

Representatives from the major film studios faced the Senate Commerce Committee today and promised to take steps to limit the marketing of violent R-rated films to children. The hearing came after a report by the Federal Trade Commission revealed that the studios sometimes target marketing campaigns at children too young to see R-rated films. NPR's Lynn Neary reports.



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