Notícias televisivas e públicos infantis: o porquê da aposta em jornalismo segmentado para as crianças

Translated title of the contribution: TV news and children's audiences: why the bet on segmented journalism for children

Patrícia Silveira*

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Abstract

Recent studies document the presence of news in children's daily lives, showing that they are important for their knowledge of the world and their socialization (Alon-Tirosh & Lemish, 2014, Delorme, 2013; Silveira, 2019). It Portugal, there are few researches on this problematic. For this reason, this article intends to analyse the interactions between the children and the news. Methodologically, this research involved the application of questionnaires and the dynamization of focus groups with children attending primary school, in Paredes (District of Porto). The results show that children follow usually current events, especially within television, with the family, although they show little interest in following these subjects. These audiences wish to follow more interesting and appropriate themes. Given that television is the favourite medium for following the news by the families, and the children, we believe that this study could inform media companies and other agents about aspects to be considered in the development of information spaces designed for the youngest.

Translated title of the contributionTV news and children's audiences: why the bet on segmented journalism for children
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)48-67
Number of pages20
JournalObservatorio
Volume13
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Children
  • Media
  • News
  • Perceptions
  • Television

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