The emergence of digital platforms has transformed the way children absorb educational material and has rendered “kid-vid” rules obsolete. Keeping them in place merely ties the hands of television stations struggling to retain their audience and serve local communities with the programming viewers want to watch.

The FCC will soon release an order revising these “kid-vid” regulations, and consumers should welcome these efforts to make rules less rigid and more adaptable to the shifting media landscape.

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