TiVo CEO Tom Rogers will be touting KidZone in an announcement this morning, a service that hides all that big bad grown-up stuff from the wee ones. Expected to be launched in June of this year, KidZone lets parents control what their children watch and the environment from which they choose the programs. The product was developed by TiVo along with family values groups such as Common Sense Media and the Parents TV Council. This is all supposed to be kid-friendly. Parents control the system by choosing from a weekly list of specially-selected children's programs, and then the system locks off the rest of the world from those tender eyes.
Hey, whatever happened to those Netflix downloads?
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