You’ve probably seen this happen in your living room: Your child’s eyes are staring at the TV screen, unblinking. Her mouth is open, drool is starting to form. You could talk right at her, but she wouldn’t respond.
This is the kind of disturbing scene that KLRU, our local PBS station, wants to help you avoid. It has launched a new program called Smart Screen Time and will roll it out to families through its workshops and at its new website, klrukids.org.
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