I’ll be on The Forum with Michael Krasny at 9 tomorrow morning. We’ll be talking about kids and media. The show is on KQED the Bay Area’s NPR affiliate.
You may or may not be aware that the AAP has recommended zero screen time for children under two. I suppose I’m invited to add a little color as I cannot comprehend why the AAP would think taking such an extreme stance would support new parents. I’m pretty sure this Washington Post article led them to me.
If you don’t live in the bay area you can listen online at KQED.org.
- Ari Brown, pediatrician and lead author of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ policy on television and kids under two years old
- James Steyer, CEO and founder of Common Sense Media, a San Francisco-based non-profit which conducted the survey on media habits for kids up to eight years old
- Jessica Gottlieb, parenting blogger based in Los Angeles
- Lesli Rotenberg, senior vice president of children’s media for PBS