Children’s and young people’s exposure to alcohol advertising
24 May 2013
This report sets out the findings of analysis examining trends in young people's exposure to television advertising of alcoholic products between 2007 and 2011. The analysis looks at trends among children aged 4-15 (including sub-groups of 4-9 and 10-15 year olds) and adults aged 16-24 (including the sub-group 16-17 year olds).
The report looks at how the amount of advertising seen by these demographic groups has changed and considers this in the context of changes in viewing habits and the volume of advertising shown on commercial television channels.
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