Kids today are growing up in a quickly evolving media ecosystem. What impact will this media and technology environment have on their overall development? How are kids and families using new platforms in their everyday lives? What does childhood look like in the digital age? The Ipsos MediaCT LMX Family Study data reveals the special role social media plays in the lives of kids aged 6-12.
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