FTC: Retailers Enforce Ratings Better for Games Than DVDs

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Trade Commission's latest report to Congress on the movie, music and video-game industries' self-regulatory programs and marketing of violent entertainment products to children found "significant improvement by video-game retailers, particularly in national retail chains, but little or no improvement by movie theaters, or DVD and music retailers," the FTC reported yesterday.

WASHINGTON -- The Federal Trade Commission‘s latest report to Congress on the movie, music and video-game industries‘ self-regulatory programs and marketing of violent entertainment products to children found “significant improvement by video-game retailers, particularly in national retail chains, but little or no improvement by movie theaters, or DVD and music retailers,” the FTC reported yesterday. Bo Andersen, president of the Entertainment Merchants Association, Encino, C

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