|Definition||:||Children's Television Act|
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What does CTA mean?
Children's Television Act (CTA) is a legislation passed in 1990 that enforces a certain degree of educational television in the United States.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of CTA in Educational Television (USA)?
The full form of CTA is Children's Television Act
What are the full forms of CTA in Governmental?
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What are the full forms of CTA in the United States?
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