Current: Our Relationship with Our Parents
Sponsored by Current TV
There is no such thing as a "typical" parent-child relationship. These days, many of us are the children of divorced parents. Thanks to cell phones, email, and even text messaging, we are able to be in touch with our parents more and more, whether we want to be or not. Some might think that we cut the cord later in life, or that we talk to them more like friends than authority figures. Some still relate to their parents in truly traditional ways. However you relate to your parents, Current TV wants to see your photos representing this enigmatic dynamic. Those selected will be included in Current TV's new weekly VC2 show!
Since its inception in 2005, Emmy award-winning Current TV has been the world's leading peer-to-peer news and information network. Current is the only 24/7 cable and satellite television network and Internet site produced and programmed in collaboration with its audience. To that end, Current pioneered the television industry's leading model of interactive viewer created content (VC2). Current connects young adults with what is going on in their world, from their perspective, in their own voices.
By submitting your photos to this challenge, you are agreeing to allow Current the use of your photo in the production of this episode. Selected photos will be credited but not compensated. As always, you retain your copyright.
This theme will be open until December 1, 2008.