We think it’s a great tool that can greatly benefit a parent’s relationship with their child when it comes to online safety.
NBC11, the Bay Area affiliate is debuting a new wrinkle to their 5 p.m.
newscast that is simultaneously a ground-breaking way to communicate with its viewers and insanely terrifying: It is enabling its viewers to engage in a live chat with its anchor Jessica Aguirre during the newscast. JPG Jessica Aguirre reads her viewer responses today a poll question of the day during a commercial break. JPG Jan Boyd executive producer of New Media and Producer of the 5pm News Dan Pryryt works the switches and read chats as they come into the control room.
Common rules for all anonymous chat rooms: - All the secrets you share in Anti Chat, must stay in Anti Chat- Teens aged less than 17 are not allowed to download and use this app- All international and private chats must remain free of trolling, bullying and agitating. Too many exist that don't have enough people and end up being ghost towns.
If you see any suspicious content, press the avatar of it's author and then «Complain»- Straight personalities may be banned from chats marked as "lesbians only" or "gays only", as well as gays and lesbians may be banned from "straight only" places- This app can be used for random chatting with strangers, but it is restricted to trade nudes with the people you do not know as they may be offended- Horny adults are not welcome to use this app for sexting purposes, as you may be easily banned from the system for sharing inappropriate sexually explicit content with strangers during your text role play games- For your own safety reasons it is forbidden to mention any personal data, including other social networking or dating apps- Follow the General User agreement: you ready to start meeting new people online, having fun and killing time? If you wanna be anonymous or hell, be the most popular one in the group, you can be.
So that means that there's a chance that Aguirre could be chatting online, on-air, with some comic genius that could post something like, "You suck, or you should have stayed at Channel 7." Taking that chance is worth it, station officials say, to keep up with other media, particularly online, in which commenting has become an integral part of the conversation between viewers and anchor. Lance Iversen/The Chronicle (cq) SUBJECT 8/16/07,in SAN JOSE. Ran on: News anchor Jessica Aguirre checks viewers' responses to the poll question during a commercial break during her 5 p.m. NBC11, the Bay Area affiliate is debuting a new wrinkle to their 5 p.m. NBC11, the Bay Area affiliate is debuting a new wrinkle to their 5 p.m. JPG TV screens display NBC 11 anchor Jessica Aguirre top, Weatherman waiting to go on the air and chats as they arrive into the control room via the NBC11 web site.
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