Children’s Media Use

Children’s Media Use

Children’s Media Use

Date posted: November 15, 2013

A recently released report, Zero to Eight: Children’s Media Use in America 2013, looks at children’s media use in the United States, covering a range of media including books, music, computers, mobile devices and television. This Common Sense Media research study is the second in a series of large-scale, national surveys so the change in media use over two years can be tracked. The following video shows the key findings.

For more information, there’s an infographic that displays the study highlights and a full report online.

Want some information about children’s media use in Canada?

Young Canadians in a Wired World is an ongoing study that looks at children and teen’s Internet use in Canada. The reports can be found on the MediaSmarts research page.

Are the kids all right? Canadian families and television in the digital age reports on a qualitative study looking at how Canadian families use television, including how they interpret it, make sense of it, and use it in their daily social interactions. The findings are based on five regions in Canada: St John’s, NL; Montreal, QC, Toronto, ON, Calgary, AB and Vancouver BC.

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