TiVo To Clergy: Preach About Our Products

Posted: Aug 25 2006, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:47pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
TiVo To Clergy: Preach About Our Products
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With 5 million people catching on to the TiVo craze, there are bound to be some church-goers with children who own one. I guess that's why TiVo execs have been wining and dining clergymen, telling them about their new "KidZone" feature.

About 50 church officials were invited to the breakfast hosted by TiVo. The vice president of TiVo told them "We know that kids are going to be exposed to the media, so why don't we take the media on our own terms?" KidZone allows parents to set parental controls and also reccomends shows that are suitable for children.Granted, this probably won't lead to the next sermon at your local church being titled "TV Your Way", although a sermon like that would probably attract more people to the church. TiVo says they just want the clergypeople to be aware of that when people ask them about TV and their children.

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