Making Sense of Media events

Ofcom’s Making Sense of Media programme provides a range of events including conferences, seminars and webinars, to share knowledge, expertise and awareness of our work.

By doing so, we aim to encourage the building of strong, long-lasting and collaborative relationships across all those with an interest in media literacy issues.


On Friday 7 May we hosted a virtual event to showcase our key findings from our adults’ and children’s media literacy reports which we published at the end of April. The event focused on three topics -

Adults’ and Children’s media use, Online knowledge and understanding, and Digital Exclusion. We were joined by over 140 people with a range of interests in media literacy, and we would like to thank everyone who attended for a very engaging and valuable discussion. For more information please see the linked reports below:

The event was organised for our MSOM Network members. If you’re not already a member, please do join us - you can find further details here: Making Sense of Media Network - Ofcom


To stay up to date on future events like these, please visit our Making Sense of Media Network page for more information on joining the Network.