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Market Research and Media Literacy Publications

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Market Research

TV research

Quantitative and qualitative research published by Ofcom and examining various aspects of the television sector.

Radio research

Quantitative and qualitative research published by Ofcom and examining various aspects of the radio sector.

Telecoms research

Quantitive and qualitative research published by Ofcom and examining various aspects of the telecommunications sector Research.

Spectrum research

Quantitative and qualitative research published by Ofcom and examining various aspects of spectrum management and radiocommunications activity.

Internet research

Ofcom carries out a regular programme of research on consumers’ use of, and attitudes towards, the internet, and also undertakes ad-hoc research on support of Ofcom’s consultations and policy work. On this page you will find links to some of our research in the internet subject area.

Cross-media research

Ofcom carries out a regular programme of research on consumers’ use of, and attitudes towards, communications services, and some of our research cuts across many or all of the sectors we regulate. On this page you will find links to some of our research that has broad relevance across the communications sectors.

Technology research

Technology white papers and other technology, research and development analysis published by Ofcom.

Media ownership

Review of Media Ownership rules.

Media Literacy

Media Literacy quarterly bulletins

Keep up to date on all the latest media literacy developments with the quarterly media literacy e-bulletin

Media literacy

Information about Ofcom’s media literacy activities

Media Literacy Research publications

Ofcom’s media literacy activity provides an evidence base of UK adults’ and children’s understanding and use of electronic media. On this page you will find links to some of our work on both children’s, and adults’ media literacy.

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