Research + News | Topic: Television

Teens and Millennials Are Abandoning Network TV

Network TV is in big trouble — according to Nielsen as reported by AdAge, viewership of broadcast TV shows on the big four networks (ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC) among 18-to-49-year-olds is down 25 percent from last year.

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Kids and Devices: TV Is Easiest, Tablets Are Most Portable

Nickelodeon takes a look at what attributes kids associate with the different devices they use to watch content. View the research here.

Digital Natives Still Spend More Time with Traditional Media

Traditional TV is still the primary media device for kids and teens. Read the report here.

To Have And To Hold, Literally – Or Just To Watch Digitally? The Evolution of Home Entertainment

With the average American now owning 4 digital devices, Nielsen takes a look at changes in TV viewers habits. Read the article here.

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.

Mobile TV Preferences Register Uptick, TV Set Preferences Drop For Teens

Big TV screens are still the dominating preference for overall viewers over other devices but increasingly far less so for young viewers. Read the article here.

PewDiePie Makes So Much Because A New Generation Bored With TV

Reportedly, YouTube star PewDiePie made $7.5 million last year… largely in part because he attracts a young generation of fans. Read the article here.

Too Much Screen Time Can Make Teens Anxious

Sitting in front of a TV screen or computer for more than two hours a day can increase anxiety in teenagers, according to research. Read the article here.

Mesmerized by Television

Photographer Donna Stevens explores the darker side of our love for technology and its impact on kids. View the photographs here.

TV Season in Review: Biggest Moments on Twitter

Throughout this TV season, fans have taken to Twitter to discuss edge-of-your-seat moments and minute-by-minute action. Read the article here.