Center for SCREEN-TIME Awareness

Center for SCREEN-TIME Awareness is an international nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC and is the organizer for TV-Turnoff Week (now Turnoff Week) and the promoter of Universal Screen-Time Reduction, a tool to reengage people with their families, friends and communities.

Turnoff Week 2007 took place from April 23-29, 2007. Robert Kesten serves as executive director of the organization.

External links

* [http://www.screentime.org Official website]


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