This essay is a personal reflection on the implementation of Creating Critical Viewers, a national media literacy program sponsored by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), an industry association, in 1995. The television industry’s decision to develop a media literacy curriculum in the 1990s was a powerful statement by certain broadcasters to take seriously the ethical and social questions being raised about the impact of their work and to learn how to address those questions through education.
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"Creating Critical Viewers,"
Journal of Media Literacy Education,
6(2), 87 -92.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jmle/vol6/iss2/8