Six ambitious young girls ages 16 to 20, whose varying cultural backgrounds include African American, Hispanic, Caucasian, and Native American, have come up with something truly groundbreaking on the internet. They live in distant cities in Florida, Los Angeles, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas, and have never met in person. But they have created a way to use web and video technology to virtually convene each week to produce an innovative television talk show focusing on topics that are of interest to kids their age. The show is called “What Girls Think!”, and they think it will resonate with female teens and young women all around the country. And maybe even the world.
Each half-hour episode of “What Girls Think!” covers two timely topics – one serious, and one fun. Serious topics include current world events and important subjects such a teen pregnancy, bullying, underage drinking, and preparing for college. They then lighten things up with discussions focused fun, such as, dressing for the prom, hair products, cosmetics, up-and-coming movies, and how to get noticed by a guy. “What Girls Think!” features six regular panelists plus guest teens from anywhere in the world. The show also features interactive technology where viewers can click on the screen to get more information on topics being discussed.
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