The motion picture and TV industry appear to be on the verge of emerging unscathed from the White House’s campaign to crack down on gun violence.
The two-and-a-half-hour meeting on gun violence between Hollywood and TV industry association executives and Vice President Joe Biden at the White House Thursday night was “cordial” in tone, a person with knowledge of the meeting told TheWrap.
In fact, the session … largely consisted of industry representatives briefing Biden and other task-force members on the industry’s content ratings systems, which already give parents tools to regulate what kind of TV programming and movies their children watch, the person said.
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