NCTA Launches New Parental Controls Site

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Cable offers a wide array of programming that serves diverse audiences. To help families manage the programming that comes into their homes, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) has launched a new parental resource site, ControlwithCable.org.

The new site combines the existing ControlYourTV.org and PointSmartClickSafe.org into a single resource for parents looking to learn about cable’s parental controls. Users will find tools aimed at helping parents and caregivers manage their children’s television and online experiences.

Suddenlink customers can find related information on the following Web pages:

Parental Controls for i-Guide Users

Parental Controls for Online Viewing

Site Helps Parents Manage TV Viewing

With semester breaks fast approaching, it’s a good time to talk to kids about appropriate TV viewing and to activate or update parental control settings. The TV Boss offers resources that help take the mystery out of setting parental controls and interpreting the TV rating system. The site even offers tips for helping parents and caregivers create a healthy, balanced family TV-viewing plan.

Cable Helps Parents Monitor TV, Online Viewing

Cable offers a wide array of programming that serves diverse audiences, including several channels just for children and families. Tools are also available to help families control the programming that comes into their homes. The National Cable & Telecommunications Association offers the following resource to help take the mystery out of using those controls:

Suddenlink customers can find related information on the following Web pages: