The Masses Bully The MPAA Ratings System?
Can't Celebrities Stop Cursing?
Federal Trade Commission Unhappy With Kids' Apps
Great Family Movies in Theaters This Holiday Season
First Kids, Now Parents Need to Limit TV Use According to AAP Report
Your Family Media Rules Slack During This Past Summer?
Preserving Important Summer Memories
Nickelodeon's Nick News Looks At 9/11 From A Kid's Perspective
Crazy, Stupid Movie Makes Light of Sexual Interference
Shapiro and Primetime Propaganda
Great Family Movie Saturday June 11 on NBC
Facebook Founder Fighting To Banish Under-13 Online Protection Law
Social Networking Anonymously -- What Parents Should Know
Free Solutions for Parents Concerned About Social Media
Best Way To Media Multitask: Exercise!
King's Speech Gets Cleaned Up After Oscar
Space 2 Game: Bad for Moms But Good For Kids?
You Checked The Price On Smurfberries Lately?
01:04: Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble Join Together For Another Family Movie Night
01:03: Family Movies in 2010: More Than You May Recall
In Case You Weren't Watching -- The YouTube Top 10 of 2010
Unplug Your Ears and Let The Music Play
Serious Side to Unfriending on Facebook
10:27: Neuromarketing -- A New Way For Media To Get Inside Your Head
09:21: Now Your Kids Can Be Real Critics
09:02: Supreme Court's Upcoming Decision On California's Video Game Law May Permanently Prohibit Government Threats of Legislation Over Media Forever
08:05: Getting Your Kids Into Moviemaking
07:26: Cutting A Favorite Teen Technology A Little Slack
07:09: Walmart and Procter & Gamble Invest in Family Movies for Television
06:30: In Twitter We Trust?
05:24: Is The Tide Turning Against Porn?
04:28: 3D TV Is Here, But Is It Harmful To Young Eyes?
04:26: Research Shows Even Young Children Can Be "Branded"
03:29: Some Internet Loopholes You May Need To Plug
03:03: "Mobicip" Helps Make the iPhone/iTouch Safer for Families
02:25: Apple's Vice Squad Raids the iPhone App Store
02:25: YouTube's First Step At Filtering for Families
02:03: Finally, Oscar Nominations Families Can Cheer For!
01:25: Hollywood’s “Smoking” Hot December
01:20: Parent Previews Top 10 Movies for 2009
12:29: Facebook Privacy Rears Its Ugly Head... Again
12:18: Independent Author Offers Unique Books for Adolescents
12:03: Portable Porn -- Can You Avoid It?
No Matter What, TV Is Bigger Than Ever With Kids
Nick News Is Serious TV
Thanks To Disney, Volunteering Will Get A Boost!
Media and Depression: Good News and Bad
You Can’t Help But “Marvel” Over Disney’s Latest Purchase
When It Comes To “Teen Choice” Perhaps Kids Do Know
Potter’s Half Blood Prince Is Given A Royal Gift -- A PG Rating
Can We Trust New News Sources?
Good News: FCC Remains Tough On Content... But Will It Matter?
Father's Day Films
New Games Promise More Activity and Possible Family Appeal
“Restrictions” For Your iPhone
Help Your Teen Make Facebook Safer
Is Your Teen “Sexting?”
Social Networking and Kids: Yes? No? Maybe?
Effects of Games Goes Beyond Teen Years
MPAA Follows Interest Rates and Cuts Movie Ratings
Finally! Free Options for Parents to Filter and Monitor Computer Use -- Part
Finally! Free Options for Parents to Filter and Monitor Computer Use -- Part 1
A Merry Dysfunctional Christmas
Shedding Light on My Dislike for Twilight
A Sad Reminder of the Influence of Video Games
TV Sex, Teens and Pregnancy: Scientific Proof of What We Already Knew
Are Tobacco Companies Still Flying Under the MPAA's Smokescreen?
How "The Dark Knight" Opened the Ratings Gates
Dick Van Dyke Is Still Vantastix!
Reel Empowered Women
Free Tutoring Thanks to Advertising
Toying Around With The Dark Knight
Does Your Family Need Blu-ray?
MIT Brings Brains to Play
A Wii Bit of Help With Your Workout
Families Back On Video Game Radar
Putting Grand Theft Auto IV Into Perspective
Virtual Games -- Massively Multiplayer Comes to Kids
Soft Drinks Require a Hard Look
Movie Brings Violence to School
Waking Up On the Wrong Side of the Cell Phone
Marketing Drugs Via Soda Pop and Candy
Terrorism -- The New Hollywood Genre
Clearing the Content with ClearPlay
The "A" Movies from 2007
Besides writing this column for the Parents Television Council, Rod Gustafson authors Parent Previews® - a newspaper and Internet column (published in association with movies.com) that reviews movies from a parent's perspective. He's also the film critic for a major Canadian TV station, various radio stations and serves on the executive of the Alberta Association for Media Awareness. Finally, his most important role is being the father to four wonderful children and husband to his beautiful wife (and co-worker) Donna.