Nickelodeon identifies digital tribes with new research: 'Me, Myselfie and I'

Nickelodeon commissioned the bespoke "Me, Myselfie and I" research project to gain a deeper understanding of kids' lives today and to provide insight into how the digital world defines their relationship with media.

Nickelodeon identifies digital tribes with new research: 'Me, Myselfie and I'

Through interviews with over 1,000 kids aged between six and eleven, the study reveals that the ways kids use and feel about devices is more complex than current advertising models may provide for. Not dictated by gender or age, kids use of devices is defined by what it is they want to get from their social interactions and the content they consume.

With this insight, advertisers, sales team, promotional partners and content producers are in a position where they should be able to reach audiences in a more effective and meaningful way.

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