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Do you want a once in a lifetime chance to have one of the world’s leading tech experts change your screen habits and your life?
Scottish television company, Beezr Studios, is currently looking for families with teenagers to take part in a new television show, ‘Screen Grab’.
The show is all about helping people tackle their bad tech habits and reliance on screens by showing them how to make the most of it in a healthy way. This new series is the modern day Supernanny for tech.
Ronan Osborne, researcher for Beezr Studios, said: ‘We are searching for families in the Campbeltown area, who use every and any technology, to take part and will have a tech expert offering advice and tips to show how to use technology so it doesn’t consume the family home.
‘This is a new and exciting series led by a global industry expert which will be a truly fun and eye-opening experience, so if you would like expert advice and savvy tips showing you how to make tech work for you – get in touch.’
Anyone interested in taking part should contact firstname.lastname@example.org