Media consumption

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News futures: research and policy roundtable

The News and Media Research Centre at the University of Canberra hosted the 'News futures: research and policy roundtable', on 3rd September 2021. This report highlights key themes that emerged from the discussion and provides numerous examples of research priorities that require attention.
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The future of work in journalism

Information industries have lost some 60,000 jobs in Australia in the last 15 years, almost half during the COVID-19 pandemic. This research report highlights the need for active policy supports to stabilise the media industry and protect the public good function of quality journalism.
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Teens and social media

The Pew Internet & American Life Project has found that 64% of online teens ages 12-17 have participated in one or more among a wide range of content-creating activities on the internet, up from 57% of online teens in a similar survey at the end...
Briefing paper

Screen time: the effects on children’s emotional, social, and cognitive development

The document explores the evidence on how screen time affects children’s socio-emotional and cognitive development.
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Communications and media in Australia: how we watch and listen to content

This report explores how Australians watch and listen to online and offline content and services, including the devices used.
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Digital Democracy Project: Research memo #4 - Talking Past Each Other on Immigration

This is the fourth report from the Digital Democracy Project, a partnership between the Public Policy Forum and the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. This report explores how Canadians perceive immigration and which media sources they obtain their information on immigration...
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Digital Democracy Project: Research memo #3 - Polarization and its Discontents

This is the third report from the Digital Democracy Project, a partnership between the Public Policy Forum and the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University. This report explores the level of polarization in Canada across different media platforms.
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The digital-only media consumer: Key findings from a conversation with all-digital millenials

This study offers insight on the digital-onlys, a sub-population of Millennials who only consume media through digital platforms. Based on informal group conversations with 16 to 34 year-olds, the study provides a snapshot of their daily media consumption and preliminary answers to why they regard...
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Children's media use study: How our children enage with media today

In late 2014 Colmar Brunton, commissioned by NZ On Air and the Broadcasting Standards Authority, carried out a comprehensive face to face survey of more than 700 children aged 6-14 and their parents about the media consumption behaviour of children. NZ On Air funds content...