Today on WCAP 980 AM we are talking kids and cell phones. How young is too young to have a cell phone? What about a recent study finding that cell phones used in shirts and pants pockets exceed FCC exposure guidelines and that children absorb twice as much microwave radiation from phones as do adults? Does texting lead to no conversations at all anymore? We are talking kids and cell phones, texting and new technology. Listen in.
Kids and cell phones and usage
Annmarie Seldon has over 15 years of communication, public relations, public speaking and broadcast experience. As a regular spokesperson for consumer product companies she can speak to trends, offer insights into new products, understands product manufacturing and knows what makes a product and story sell. As a former television reporter and anchor, she also knows what topics are newsworthy and what elements constitute a story. Annmarie is principal of AMS Communications, a marketing and PR consulting practice specializing in consumer products. As a trend expert and Family Lifestyle Contributor to publications and radio stations, she is available for interviews and reporting on styles, trends and topics of interest to moms. As a working mother of two children, she is also an expert on mom style, and she knows how to stay on the pulse of what is necessary, hip, modern, and must-have to balance it all.