The Dove Foundation
July 19, 1998 74 Comments
There has been much discussion in the media lately about controlling what children watch on television. The bottom line is it is the parent’s responsibility to control what is watched, and when it is watched, and who watches it. But in order to make those decisions, a parent must be informed. Today’s FamSite is one tool that can be used to become informed.
Called The Dove Foundation, it is a non-profit organization whose mission it is to encourage and promote the creation and production of wholesome family entertainment. At this site you can find out more about the mission, as well as how to become involved. You can find out what the Blue Dove seal stands for, as well as a list of movies that are approved. There is also information about ongoing debates, such as the V-Chip.
If you are interested in helping you children enjoy their viewing experience, then this site is one for you. It is a place that can help educate parents as well as children.
Many people have visited our website to comment about the telemarketing survey currently being conducted by The Dove Foundation. Dove has put together a page of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to address the postings on this website and calls that they have received due to the survey. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact The Dove Foundation through their website at www.dove.org
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