Young need the TV to survive

7th March 2003 at 00:00
TODAY'S children could not imagine life without TV or Playstations.

Computer manufacturers Packard Bell asked primary pupils and older adults to compare childhood experiences. While the older generation said that they had grown up in fear of air raids, today's children cited the dark as their greatest fear and said they could not imagine life without TV or PlayStation 2.

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