Children’s Online Video Consumption

Matthew Warneford
15
December
2011

In November Dubit’s head of research, Peter Robinson, presented at Ofcom’s UK children and parents – media use and attitudes seminar.

Dubit’s research focused on children’s online video consumption answering questions such as where do they do it, for how long, and what’s popular?

You can View the whole presentation below. Visit our contact page to get in touch if you have any questions about the study.

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