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Foundation Surveys Parents on Kids and Media
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As the media environment expands to include all manner of Web sites, including social networking and video sharing sites, parents and policy makers are more concerned than ever about what kids are watching.

On Tuesday, the Kaiser Family Foundation is releasing a new national survey of parents about children and the media.

Vicky Rideout, vice president and director of Kaiser's Program for the Study of Entertainment Media and Health, talks to Madeleine Brand.

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