Television and children

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Television and early childhood
NARROWER TERMS
Working paper

Australian Television Drama Index, 1999-2019

This paper examines changes in the production and commissioning of Australian television drama from 1999–2019, a period marked by notable changes in the business of television in Australia and globally.
Submission

Digital Media Research Centre submission to the Supporting Australian stories on our screens options paper

This submission to the Supporting Australian Stories on Our Screens options paper has been prepared by staff from the Digital Media Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology.
Journal article

Discretionary food advertising on television in 2017: a descriptive study

From June 2019, all food and beverage advertising is subject to either food industry or advertising industry codes. The data presented in this article will form the baseline for future evaluation of whether the new arrangements reduce children’s exposure to food advertising.
Report

Extent of, and children and young people’s exposure to, gambling advertising in sport and non-sport TV

This is the first study in Australia, and internationally, to examine the extent of gambling advertising on sport TV and non-sport TV, and the extent to which young people are exposed to it. A key aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of...
Report

Alcohol industry advertising partnerships with AFL and NRL teams 2019

This study finds that alcohol advertising deals are widespread in the AFL and NRL men’s competitions. However, alcohol advertising across the codes is not ubiquitous, indicating that alcohol advertising deals are not a pre-requisite for success or popularity of teams.
Report

Alcohol marketing during the 2018 Australian football grand finals

This analysis reveals that the AFL and NRL 2018 grand finals were highly saturated with alcohol advertising, the vast majority of which took place during children’s TV viewing hours.
Report

Turned on, tuned in or dropped out?

A study of young children’s TV use by the Australian Institute of Family Studies and the University of New England has found that disadvantaged children are watching more television than children in families from higher socio-economic backgrounds.
Journal article

What do children observe and learn from televised sports betting advertisements? A qualitative study among Australian children

This article argues that the time has come for the federal government to stand up to the gambling industry and sporting governing bodies and take action against the damaging influence of sports betting ads on Australian television.
Report

Changing views: Australian kids and commercial television

This report provides a detailed analysis of the television viewing behaviour of Australian children.
Discussion paper

Australian and children’s screen content review - consultation paper

The objective of this review of Australian and children’s screen content is to provide policy options to government on the most effective support mechanisms for the Australian screen production sector.