The Church has not been conspicuously successful in its relations with the press.
Journalists are the eyes and ears of society.
This Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics draws upon her personal and professional experience as well as brain and child development research to answer the question What are we doing to our childrens growth and learning potential by allowing them to watch television and videos as well as spend endless hours playing computer games?
A new study, by the Parents Television Council finds network television content standards in freefall as we enter the 21st century.
When Sheen went on television in February 1952, his Life Is Worth Living programs became extremely popular, competing effectively against shows starring Mr. Television, Milton Berle, and singer-actor Frank Sinatra.