Internet Safety 101 Trailer
Let's blanket the country with
Internet Safety 101® TV Series on PBS
Educate, Equip & Empower
Americans to protect kids online
EIE/PBS Internet Safety 101® TV Series, which recently won an Emmy Award is available to be aired in your city. The National Educational Television Association (NETA) is offering the 101 TV series to all public television stations in America through fall 2014. And better yet, it's FREE for your local station to air. You could be the reason countless adults are educated and empowered, thereby helping to prevent the kids in your community from becoming ensnared by Internet dangers and traps.
The reality is parents and caring adults must be the First Line of Defense
You can make a difference! Can I count on you to call your local public television station and ask them to air the "Enough Is Enough®” TV series? Tell them it is available through NETA.
Together, we can make a difference,
Donna Rice Hughes
President & CEO
Program Description: The Emmy Award winning Enough Is Enough® television series (3 one hour shows) paints a comprehensive picture of online dangers and safety solutions, led by renowned Internet safety expert and Enough Is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes. This series is an invaluable and practical resource for parents, educators and other caring adults who may be uninformed, overwhelmed or ill-equipped to protect children in the ever-evolving Internet world. The television series covers the safety basics viewers need to know to become educated, equipped and empowered to protect children from pornography, sexual predators, and cyber bullies, as well as how to keep kids safe on social networking sites, gaming and mobile devices. Filled with poignant true stories and essential strategies to counter these dangers, gain information, skills, and confidence to effectively protect children on all Internet-enabled devices. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wake up and take action. (Rated PG)
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