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Children's Media Lives

The Children’s Media Lives project follows, as far as possible. the same group of 21 children aged 8 to 17, conducting filmed interviews each year to learn about their media habits and attitudes. This research began in 2014 as a way of providing a small-scale, rich and detailed qualitative complement to Ofcom’s quantitative surveys of media literacy.

It provides evidence about the motivations and the context for media use, and how media is a part of their daily life and domestic circumstances. The project also provides rich details of how children’s media habits and attitudes change over time, particularly in the context of their emotional and cognitive development.

Year 10 findings – 19 April 2024

This document provides analysis of the findings from the tenth year of Ofcom’s Children’s Media Lives study.

Children’s Media Lives: Year 10 findings – 19 April 2024 (PDF, 6.6 MB)