With so many sources available to consume video, which are global kids using?

Nickelodeon Kids & Family GPS’s Connected Kids study gives an in-depth look at how kids 4 to 11 around the world are consuming TV and video content. The goal of this project is to understand children’s viewing behavior in this fast-changing media environment.

An infographic emerging from this study reveals that more than 9 out of 10 kids (92%) internationally use linear TV to watch TV and video content. Other sources used by a majority of kids are free video on demand (e.g. YouTube) and DVDs (83% and 79%, respectively).

Kids are a little less likely to turn to sources that aren’t as easy for them to use independently: 58% use official TV channel websites, 46% use VOD and 46% use subscription VOD (e.g. Netflix).

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