Growing Cyber Bulling Topic of Studio 12 April 21 on Channel 12.1
Release Date: 04/20/10
Author: D Hodges
DENVER – (April 19, 2010) – Increasing cyber bully aggression, sexting and internet safety are serious issues facing today’s teenagers.
Studio 12 host Tamara Banks, panelists and viewers will discuss the triggers for this harmful behavior; the emotional toll and long term psychological effects; and steps that parents, kids and schools can take together to prevent these dangerous situations on Wednesday, April 21 at 8 p.m. on Channel 12.1. Viewers may call in during the live Studio 12 program (303-296-1253) or send questions via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via the station’s Facebook fan page, KBDI-12 Colorado Public Television. Questions may be sent before or during the program.
The City of Sterling Colorado is a leading advocate of cyber safety in Colorado. Guest Panelists include Virgie Nelson, Youth Services Coordinator, Skyler Pimple, and Investigator from the Sterling Police Department, Tammy Lee, Investigator, District Attorney’s Office and Dr Lois Christiansen, a school psychologist.
This episode of Studio 12 also will be available for viewing via the on-demand feature of www.KBDI.org after April 22, 2010.
About Colorado Public Television (KBDI)
Colorado Public Television, celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2010, has set itself apart with carriage of an unparalleled amount of local public affairs programming. Channel 12’s "community voice" programming engages viewers in community-based discussions of state, national and global issues. The station delivers three digital channels: its flagship main broadcast signal with a strong mix of local, national and international programming (12.1); the best of independently produced documentaries, music, travel, exercise, cooking, public affairs and more (12.2); and MHz Worldview, a channel providing international news from five continents and diverse cultural perspectives for a globally minded audience (12.3).
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