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Teenagers Would Miss Their Mobiles And The Internet More Than TV

A recent survey (pdf) by Ofcom has revealed that more teenagers would miss their mobile phone and the internet than TV. TV viewing hasn’t declined though, with children aged 4-15 watching 2 more hours per week than in 2007, but the teenage audience has shifted its viewing habits from live TV to catch-up with 31 per cent of children aged 5-15 who use the internet at home watching TV via an online catch-up service on their PC/laptop, such as the BBC iPlayer or ITV Player.

Social Networking is driving the increased online usage figures, although the number of users has remained the same since 2010 (with 28 per cent of 8-11s and 75 per cent of 12-15s) the usage has grown dramatically, particularly on mobile devices with 50 per cent of 12-15s with a smartphone visiting sites like Facebook and Twitter weekly, compared with 33 per cent in 2010.

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