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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The fierce controversy over the HBO program "Classical Baby" that debuts tomorrow introduced; Kaiser Family Foundation statistics on TV watching by children under two cited.
(New York: Dan Harris) The debate over bringing younger & younger children to television examined; "Classical Baby" excerpts shown. [Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood Susan LINN, Harvard child psychiatrist Dr. Eugene BERESIN- offer differing opinions on the TV show for babies.] American Academy for Pediatrics position on children watching TV quoted. The financial success of Disney's Baby Einstein series noted. [Two MOTHERS - explain how they use TV for their kids.]
- Vargas, Elizabeth;
- Harris, Dan
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