Ofcom today published its Children and parents: media use and attitudes report which looks at media use, attitudes and understanding among UK children aged 5-15. It also documents the views of parents/carers about their child’s media use, and the rules and tools that parents use to manage such use.
The research found that for the first time12-15s say they would miss their mobile (28 per cent) and the internet (25 per cent) more than TV (18 per cent).
It also reveals that more than nine out of ten (95 per cent) 12-15 year olds now have internet access at home through a PC or laptop, up from 89 per cent in 2010.
Source: Ofcom email-list