Research + News | Topic: Netflix

Netflix Debuts Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Stories For Kids

Netflix announced the debut of “interactive” stories on its service – a sort of choose-your-own-adventure style of storytelling, where viewers get to decide what happens next.

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Young People Spend About Twice As Much Time Watching Netflix As Live TV, And Even More Time On YouTube

On average, teens spent 34% of their video time watching YouTube, compared to 27% watching Netflix, and 14% watching live TV. Read the article here.

Netflix Adds Warning To Teen Suicide Series ’13 Reasons Why’

Netflix says it will add more trigger warning to its show “13 Reasons Why”, given its graphic depiction of sexual assault and suicide. Read the article here.

Teens Can’t Get Enough of Mobile Video

They watch a lot of Netflix and YouTube daily. Read the article here.

Teens Can’t Get Enough of Mobile Video

They watch a lot of Netflix and YouTube daily.

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For Global Kids, Linear TV Is The #1 Source

With so many sources available to consume video, which are global kids using? Read the research here.

Younger Viewers Watch 2.5 Times More Internet Video Than TV

YouTube is must-have service for 67% of consumers 13-24 while only 36% cite pay TV, according to Defy Media survey. Read the article here.

Here’s How Netflix Is Going After Teens

Netflix is courting a demographic very different from the viewers of its mature House of Cards and Orange is the New Black series: teens and tweens. Fortune magazine tells you how.

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Kids Know Disney, But There’s More Interest In YouTube

Online viewing hasn’t changed everything, but YouTube and Netflix are the entertainment brands kids 8-18 are more interested in than any others. Read the article here.

What Are 2015 High School Grads Glued to This Summer? YouTube

YouTube is the most popular video service among recent high school grads. Read the report here.