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Dr. Greenfield is recognized as one of the leading authorities on technology addiction and digital media technology abuse in the world.

He is renowned for his work on how the Internet and digital technology impact our work and home lives. Dr. Greenfield has conducted hundreds of media interviews and television appearances on the topics of Internet and Technology Addiction, Cyber Sex, Sexual Addiction and Computer and Video Game Addiction. He welcomes the opportunity to provide information and public education on these important topics.

National Television and Radio Appearances

  • CNN
  • Fox News Channel
  • The Today Show
  • Good Morning America
  • NBC News
  • ABC News
  • CBS News
  • NBC National News
  • CNET
  • Connecticut Radio Network
  • Japanese Public Television

Dr. Greenfield and his work have been cited in the following publications:

  • U.S. News & World Report
  • Forbes
  • PC Computing
  • USA Today
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Kiplingers
  • Newsweek
  • The Financial Times
  • People
  • New York Times
  • PC Magazine
  • Boston Post
  • Philadelphia Inquirer
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Woman’s World
  • Redbook
  • Shape Magazine
  • Working Woman
  • Time[/one_half]

Watch “The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction’s” Public Education Video Clips:

Public Service Announcement – In the Shower

Public Service Announcement  with Bell

More Information

Learn more about Dr. Greenfield, one of the world’s leading authorities on technology addiction:

If you are from the media or press and you are interested in a possible interview with Dr. Greenfield or one of his staff, please indicate so in an email to

If your media inquiry is urgent in nature, please call our office at 860-561-8727 Ext. 4 and leave a detailed message telling us about your request.

Articles and Interviews with Dr. Greenfield

Social media addiction is on the rise all over the world. The need for constantly being accessible online is grounded in fear of missing out on things. But, focused on our smartphones, tablets and laptops, we risk missing out on the moments that real life has to offer. We are curious news junkies and we feel pleased when others give us a “Like” on Facebook or favorite a Tweet. The following links include interviews with Dr. Greenfield as well as articles, video and audio recordings discussing Internet and technology use, abuse and addiction.

New Status is a short film by the young talented Danish director Maj-Britt La Cour, made for the short film project The Current.

Watch New Status here:

Listen to our interview on Radio New Zealand about internet and technology addiction.

Who is in charge of your smartphone? Listen to our interview and research on KRCW about smartphone addiction and texting while driving.

Listen to the NPR Program, The Diane Rehm Show interview with Dr. Greenfield about Addiction to Online Pornography.

Read our interview with Women’s Health – Is Internet Addiction a Real Thing?

Read the New Pittsburgh Courier – Our Experts Explain Why Society is Addicted to Technology.

Are you asking yourself if technology is making your life better? Find out how your smartphone is changing your brain. Download this great interview with Dr. Greenfield from “West Hartford Life’.

Read this article from Forbes and take the Quiz! Are You Overplugged???

Do you think you are better at multitasking than everyone else? Read the article and interview with Dr. Greenfield regarding a survey he conducted with AT&T about the dangers of texting while driving.

Are you able to recognize your digitial addiction? Is there a digital detox program for you? Read the interview on Al Jazeera online here.

Is multitasking a misnomer? Are Google Glass users becoming addicted to technology – Find out in this great article featuring Dr. Greenfield.

Are you holding your smartphone before bedtime and when you wake up? Read CNN’s fantastic article on 10 Signs You Could Be Addicted to Your Phone.

Why do people text and drive even though they know it is dangerous? Time magazine and FOX NEWS online explain this growing problem in our society. Read all about Dr. Greenfield’s research and partnership with the IT CAN WAIT campaign with AT&T.

Find out what happened the National Technology Timeout with teens – Could they ignore their devices? Dr. David Greenfield is interviewed in the Houston Chronicle.

Buzzfeed’s 22 ways to break up with your cell phone – Read some of Dr. Greenfield’s advice.

Need to detox from your apps – Read the Boston Globe interview with Dr. Greenfield about Digital Detach, an app created to help you take a break from compulsive smartphone behavior.

To read more about Dr. Greenfield and his approach to treating Internet and technology addiction, please visit our Press Room.

If you are from the media or press and you are interested in a possible interview or consultation with Dr. Greenfield or one of his staff, please contact us in an email to

If your inquiry is urgent or requires a more timely response, please call our office at 860-561-8727 Ext. 4 and leave a detailed message regarding the nature of your request or inquiry.