Sony BRAVIA TVs Offer Child-Safe Features and Tools

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Television can affect a child’s learning, but how much depends on what they watch and how they do it. With rules, guidance, and the right tools, parents can make TV safe and educational for kids.

Data from the National Council for Children’s Television (NCCT) shows that only 43.8 percent of 9-17 year olds watch TV with adults. Child-friendly shows are rare on free TV, and parents worry about mature themes. This makes it hard for parents to know what their kids watch. But research says TV is better for kids when parents watch with them. It helps kids get involved and ask questions. Parents should also make sure kids watch age-appropriate and safe shows. Limiting screen time is also important to avoid eye and hearing problems.

Sony is a big electronics company. They make products with safety in mind. Sony’s BRAVIA TVs help parents keep kids safe and make TV fun.

Safe Viewing with Kids Profile

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Sony’s BRAVIA TVs have a special feature called Google TV Kids. Parents can make profiles for their kids without needing extra accounts. They can choose which apps their kids can use, create watchlists, and control what their kids watch. To use this, parents can select ‘Add a kid,’ then ‘Get started’ under ‘Who’s watching’ on their Google TV home screen and follow the on-screen steps.

Better TV with Sony’s BRAVIA Camera

Sony’s BRAVIA Camera is another tool that works well with Sony’s BRAVIA TVs. Parents can use it to make sure their kids have the best TV experience. The camera has useful features like the Proximity Alert, which helps parents set a safe distance for their kids to watch TV. It also sends alerts if kids get too close, which can prevent eye and hearing problems.

Enjoy Movies at Home

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Sony’s BRAVIA TVs have large screens with top-quality 4K resolution and great sound. They can make your living room feel like a movie theater. It’s equipped with features that can help busy parents make sure their kids watch TV safely. But remember, the best way to keep kids safe is to watch TV with them.

Explore Sony’s BRAVIA TVs online or in offline stores nationwide. For more information, click here.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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