With the ever-increasing digitalisation of kids ecosystems, and the rise of Netflix, YouTube, TikTok and video gaming – one thing is clear when it comes to content: Tweens are an overlooked generation.
Digital kids have a limited amount of leisure time each day. Despite having access to any imaginable type of content in the palms of their hands, tweens—audiences between 10 and 12 years old—have trouble finding entertainment that resonates with them.
How is this possible?
How do we communicate with this tween audience?
What matters to Digital kids ?
And crucially, how can we make content that will engage and resonate most?
Inside this report “Tweens, the overlooked generation”, discover:
- Why tweens matter
- The content gap: Problems and opportunities
- Defining the modern tween, a critical phase in life
- Tweens in 2021, at a glance:
- Device ownership
- Top hobbies
- Favourite TV platforms
- Favourite subjects in school
- …and more
- Key trends and opportunities with Digital kids
- Redefining the term “audience”
- Opportunities in edutainment
- Where do tweens discover new content?
- Content that matters, social awareness
- Considerations when creating tween content
MIPCOM/MIPJunior and The Insights Family offer you an exclusive report, composed of key facts and considerations for this unique demographic. Fill out the form on the right to download the report.
More information about MIPJunior & MIPCOM, on 11-14 October 2021, can be found here.
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