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4 Reasons To Agree To Or Even Pitch A Media Interview

Dealing with fear and apprehension one may have in engaging with a reporter  is important as discussed in the previous post, but having a purpose is critical too.   In fact, having purpose can take a lot of that hesitancy away and provide … Continue reading

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Why Should You Say Yes To A TV Interview?

At first,  the proposition of accepting a television interview might be a little intimidating. The thought of answering questions with the unblinking eye of the TV camera probing your very soul can make you curl up in the fetal position … Continue reading

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We Want Our Digital Cake- And Eat It Too!

We’re an interesting lot these days in the digital age.  We love the digital world-all it’s wonder of information flow, but we have reservations about it too.  When asked, readers have an interesting take on how they view digital media … Continue reading

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Americans’ New Great Love: A Deadly Distraction

Over the last several decades, really since the early 1900s, Americans have embraced a handful of inventions that we have fallen in love with and have rearranged our lives around. Some have revolutionized our lives, but not necessarily excite us to change our … Continue reading

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Top 5 Ways To Your Child’s Media Health

Set limits to screen time. A reasonable target, 1-2 hours a day.  With all the media forms out there…established and emerging…it can be a bit overwhelming for parents to keep a handle on what their kids are doing and how long they’ve been … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Hurried Child” 25th Anniversary Edition

Treating children differently from adults is not discriminatory, it’s appropriate and allows for their growing state. Continue reading

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Gaming: Is it Time Spent or Content?

Parents are many time concerned about the amount of time their kids spend playing games on their X-Box or PlayStation systems.  While there are some issues for which to be watchful, including being too sendentary, there is a study that … Continue reading

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“I Swear” Cursing’s History…Your Chance to Speak-Nicely

History Channel is in production of a showing looking at the history cursing. They’re looking for input on the subject, especially those who use TV Guardian devices on their sets. Continue reading

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Media Messages Kids Get Through The Cracks

The images were consumed by your child like the first time someone slipped in some brussel sprouts in your favorite dish.
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