Teens and screen time


Brighton5's Daisy Cresswell with BBC Sussex presenter Danny PikeBrighton5 founder Daisy Cresswell was a guest on BBC Sussex this morning talking to presenter Danny Pike about  screen time,  parenting and how social media companies need to change. Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield has today written an open letter to social media organisations about this very issue,

She discussed how Brighton5 is teaching children how social media platforms work and how they are designed (with Vegas style gaming techniques). Banning children isn’t necessarily the answer. Let’s start a conversation with our teens and arm them with knowledge.

Have a listen to a clip here!

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Parent of one teen and one grown-up!
Co-founder and Editorial Director of social media agency Liberty842 and Make (Good) Trouble - the production company behind Brighton5. Tayler has over a decade's experience working in social media for Media & Entertainment clients. First class degree in Communications from Goldsmiths University where she majored in Journalism and TV Audience Studies.

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