TV Parental Controls FAQs
Your questions answered.
TV Parental Controls
TV parental controls are used in homes, schools, and other areas to limit, regulate, and monitor the content available on television.
Internet Parental Controls
Internet parental controls are appreciated within the office as well as within schools and homes.
With so few quality shows for children on TV many moms are discovering the benefits of educational children’s DVDs.
The Motion Picture Association of America is the self-regulatory body for the film industry.
Although, these ratings are just the beginning; for parents who need to determine if a movie is appropriate for their children, taking into consideration not only age but subject matter, maturity of the child and your family values.
We offer parents reviews from our family to help make a decision.
Please click on the graphic for each rating below to learn more.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is the self-regulatory body for the film industry.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) is a non-profit group that provides rating services to video games similar to those the MPAA offers for movies.
Guide to understanding the Parental Advisory Label (PAL)