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Broadcasts tonight: KOB-TV 4

Aug 28, 2014
from 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM
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98% of 18 to 24 year olds use social media on the internet.

Statistics  brain on line

Where do you think predators go to find children?  

Where children are going to be.

Lois Kinch, Special Agent, NM Attorney General’s Office

NM Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

Screening Premiere:  Kimo Theatre Saturday, August 23  6pm

Broadcast: KOB-TV 4   TONIGHT- Thursday, August 28 7pm

“Net-iquette” is an hour long documentary and  multi-media project aimed at helping youth, parents and educators throughout New Mexico understand the potential dangers associated with use of the internet from stalking and cyber-bullying to sext-ing and future employment issues. The half-hour a half-hour documentary will be followed by a live show with special in-studio guests including parents and students.  The live portion of the show will be hosted by KOB 4 anchors Nicole Brady and Tessa Mentus.

Our youth (digital natives) have grown up in a cyber worldthat is seamlessly integrated with our daily lives.  Most parents and other adults (digital immigrants) are not completely familiar with all the various internet apps, tools and sites that allow people to connect in good and bad ways.  Many times children are more comfortable in that world than the adults who are supposed to look out for them.  While we teach our youth the etiquette of various social interactions: restaurant behavior, etc;many adults don’t understand enough to give them guidelines for the on-line world.  This is a program that will help.

This program is brought to you by: The City of AlbuquerqueCooperative Educational Services, Intel Security, Independent Insurance Agents of New Mexico, New Mexico Coalition of Educational Leaders, New Mexico School Boards Association andthe New Mexico Parent Teacher Association.

This program is produced by:  Christopher Productions, LLC in association with SafeTeen New Mexico.

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