Thursday, December 23, 2010

Charter Mom's Panel

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Charter. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you are like me, you like to have control over what your kids watch and listen to on TV.  I don't want Sophia to be "hooked" on the tube and unaware of the "family unit."  We, in general, do not watch much TV.  Sophia is allowed 30 minutes of Sid, Super Why, or Sesame Street once a day.  Some days we are just too busy for TV.  I personally DVR a few shows per week, but find most TV programs are full of "junk."  (Ok, so I know Glee is a bit scandalous at times, but who doesn't love all the singing and dancing!)

The little television Sophia is allowed to watch I demand it to be educational programming with a side of "no commercials."   I find some of the cable TV shows for Sophia's age just appalling and quite inappropriate for that age.  

I have always wished for input and a choice in programming ... well, my wish has come true.  


Charter Communications has recently launched a Mom's Panel on Facebook.  Charter Moms cares about what mom's like you and me think about programming and entertainment for our precious little ones!  The Charter Moms Panel wants to serve as a sounding board for mom's ideas.  Who better than the people who are (for the most part) spending most of the hours/day in the home with their kids thinking about these things?    

By "fanning/liking" the Charter Mom's Panel, you will be among the first to know about the new programs and services.  Also, I was informed by the fact they have a Twitter Customer Service@UMatter2Charter if you have a question or a comment.

If you are curious like I, head on over to their Facebook page and join in on the panel discussion.

Note: Charter Communications, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company and the fourth-largest cable operator in the US.  Due to their high status, they are privileged to provide advanced video, high-speed Internet, and telephone services to approximately 5.5 million residential and business customers in 27 states.   

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