Media InfoTalk: Future of Media with Jim Steyer & Common Sense Media

February 3rd, 2006 |

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I sat down with Jim Steyer of Common Sense Media. We talk about the media influence on young kids and how parents can participate. In this age parents need to be informed to make media an advantage for young kids. Jim and his team are doing great work. Join and support Common Sense Media.

Common Sense Media exists to give parents, educators and kids a choice and a voice about the media they consume. Their goal is to provide trustworthy information and create a forum where adults and kids can learn from each other, speak out, and participate in creating a responsible and enjoyable media environment for everyone. Common Sense Media is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. Membership is free.

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