DepEd calls on content providers to consider welfare of children in producing media messages


The Department of Education (DepEd) has called on content creators to be “responsible media providers” by regulating and considering the welfare of children in producing and delivering media messages.

The DepEd, through the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT), has partnered with the Far Eastern University (FEU)–Manila to launch the nationwide study entitled, “The Filipino Child and Media: Media Consumption, Parental Mediation, and Classroom Performance.” The NCCT is an attached agency of the DepEd.

The launch, held recently at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, provided an opportunity for discussion and more in-depth understanding of the results of this research project conducted in 2018 which explored the status of children’s media consumption in the Philippines.

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