I did this post awhile ago called, 5 iphone apps you need for youth ministry, and it still gets a lot of hits. I will review one app a month that I love. I am really picky when it comes to app. I don't want a lot of clutter on my iphone.
Roughly 60% of US parents see watching TV as a means to connect with their teens, according to a recent study conducted by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM) and C+R Research entitled Watching Gens X, Y, & i.
If teens seem to be glued to their cellphones, it's because they're texting about as many times an hour as you might suspect they say "like" -- an average of 3,417 texts a month, according to a new survey from the analytics firm Nielsen.
In many marketing circles, TV gets the short end of the stick, especially when you are talking about young people, but we believe TV, and more specifically, TV content will be the thing this year. Like always, we have an...
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