In November Ofcom published three reports exploring children’s media use in 2016:

  1. Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes, our annual quantitative research with families across the UK, exploring the use, understanding of and attitudes towards media among children aged 3-15, and how parents are managing children’s media use.
  2. Children’s Media Lives 2016, the third year of our qualitative research, following the same 18 children every year to provide nuanced, in-depth insight into the role of in their day-to-day lives; and
  3. Children’s Digital Day, a diary study with primary and secondary school children, charting children’s media use across the day.

A few of the key findings from the research include:

Press Release from Ofcom

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