The media landscape that affects children is changing rapidly. Electronic media has assumed an increasingly integral role in the lives of children and, as a result of a number of technological innovations, children today can access the same content sources from a variety of media platforms, many of which are portable. This increasingly complex media environment carries both risks and opportunities for the nation’s children, and can pose a challenge to parents and caretakers seeking to monitor what children are watching and hearing. The FCC has an array of information to help parents monitor the communications that their children can access. This information will also be valuable to adults who want to monitor the communications they access.