Rebecca Johnson et al., “Legal Drug Content in Music Video Programs Shown on Australian Television on Saturday Mornings,” Alcohol and Alcoholism 48, no. 1 (2013): 119–125. Describes Saturday morning music video programs from the fall of 2011; finds that approximately one-third contained references to alcohol and/or tobacco. Notes that “References to alcohol generally associated it with fun and humour, and alcohol and tobacco were both overwhelmingly presented in contexts that encouraged, rather than discouraged, their use” despite the fact that “In Australia, Saturday morning is generally considered a children’s television viewing timeslot, and several broadcaster Codes of Practice dictate that programs shown on Saturday mornings must be appropriate for viewing by audiences of all ages.”