Research + News | Topic: Streaming Video

Girl Chatting On FaceTime Struck And Critically Injured By Car

A teenage girl is hospitalized in critical condition after witnesses say she walked in front of a moving car while engaged in a video chat on her mobile phone. Read the article here.

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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Teens Switching To ‘On Demand’ Instead Of Live TV

A study of the viewing habits of children and teenagers in the UK highlights a number of important shifts in the way media is consumed. Read the article here.

Have Media Habits Changed Among Millennials And Teens?

Gen Z is shifting away from blogs and publisher sites. Read the research here.

12 YouTube Challenges Your Kid Already Knows About

Learn about the viral Internet stunts kids can’t resist — and help them play it safe. Read the blog post from Common Sense Media here.

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.

Teens Can’t Get Enough of Mobile Video

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

Latest App Craze: Social Video-Chatting and Live Streaming

Friends, fame, and fortune could be only one stream away, but parents need to help protect privacy. Read the article here.

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.

40% Of Youths’ TV Viewing Migrates To Streaming Video

Traditional TV viewing continues to decline among youth, while they are engaging in more video consumption via streaming methods. Read the research here.