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“There were 1,227 bleeped and unbleeped utterances of "f—" or "s—" on prime-time network broadcasts last year, compared with three times in 1998, according to the Parents Television Council, a group that advocates for what it calls "family-friendly" TV.”
“Above and beyond the basic 20% tax credit, there was an additional 5% bump to "family-friendly" films willing to shoot in the state.”
“The issue, of course, was what exactly qualifies as "family-friendly"?”
“When painted into a corner by an overzealous reporter, the bill's sponsor stated that in his opinion the 5% family-friendly bump would not apply to movies that featured gay characters; this was misinterpreted in the media as excluding all gay films from the entire incentive and drew the immediate wrath of dozens of advocacy groups who pilloried the proposal as an example of "1950's-style censorship.”
“The $25,000 Family Sedan Shootout was sponsored by USA TODAY, auto shopping and information site Cars. com and PBS 'MotorWeek TV auto magazine to have a real family and media experts evaluate what an American family can get in a new sedan at a family-friendly price.”
“A new study says the United States lags behind most other industrialized countries in family-friendly workplaces.”
“When Fear Factor ended its run, Kunitz and fellow producer Scott Larsen decided to come up with another stunt series that might rely even more on slapstick, and as a result, be more family-friendly.”
“I was extremely pleased that the wild things were permitted to be wild things, that they were not domesticated, that Max was not domesticated, in pursuit of a fatter box-office take and a more "family-friendly" movie.”
“Baas couldn't play, the offensive line turned to Kevin Boothe and no one in the Giants locker room—Boothe included—uttered the less family-friendly version of "Oh no.”
“Highlights include screenings of work by young film-makers at the mac venue as well as family-friendly interactive storytelling and workshops, with the chance to discover your own inner superhero, tours of the Electric Cinema and the New Library and, at Birmingham Conservatoire, diva opera recitals for the classically fearful.”
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