It’s estimated that the average American teenager spends approximately nine hours per day using digital media. Nine hours. That’s more hours than many of us sleep at night. It’s the length of time it would take you to drive from New York City to southern Ohio. Teens are watching TV, movies, and videos; playing video games; and checking social media, and they’re doing it using more devices than ever before. Thanks to the growth of the internet of things (IoT), not only are kids spending time watching television, they’re using smart phones, tablets, smart watches, and internet connected video games, which means parents are fighting for their child’s attention from even more devices.