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Teens and the Media, News Excerpt 1

From: Teen Attitudes
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Teen Attitudes is a new media club in rural southern, Colorado. This first news clip from the club talks about teens and the media, views about war, sex, politics, and hopes of using media to create a better world. (FREE) Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 Teen Attitudes is a new youth media club sponsored by the Intel Computer Clubhouse at the San Luis Valley Boys and Girls Clubs in Alamosa, Colorado. This first piece shares several teen voices about the media, war, sex, politics, and more. (FREE)

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Teen Attitudes is a new youth media club sponsored by the Intel Computer Clubhouse at the San Luis Valley Boys and Girls Clubs in Alamosa, Colorado. This first piece shares several teen voices about the media, war, sex, politics, and more. (FREE)

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INTRO (MILES EDDY): Teen Attitudes is a new youth media club sponsored by the Intel Computer Clubhouse at the San Luis Valley Boys and Girls Clubs in Alamosa Colorado. My name is Miles Eddy and as the project coordinator, I mentor students to use technology for creative expression and to help them get their work distributed. What follows are some excerpts from the first ever Teen Attitudes poscast.

MILES: I want to know what you think about media and does it represent youth?

MIKIE: I think so. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't.

GORDON: The media has too much violence. Most of that is just crap like Fox News and stuff.

MILES: Whose opinion do you think is getting out on the media?

GORDON: The government.

MILES: Where do you think there is opportunity to get teen attitudes out?

GORDON: I think that I'll show a whole different perspective of the kid...
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