Mar 03, 2018

Through Social Media, Teens Learn From Others’ Stories and Stand Up for Their Beliefs

Viacom’s latest consumer insights include global kids’ fluid approach to life, youth and politics in Italy, viewers’ love for TV, teens speaking out against injustice, and the decline of casual sex. As always, on our blog you can find these and all our stories in English, Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese.

Today’s Global Kids Embrace Change and Fluidity

In a fast-paced world, kids know that there are many ways to live life.

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For Italian Political Parties, an Opportunity to Find Common Ground With Youth

A new survey shows that Italian young people are slightly less skeptical about their country’s politics, but political parties are still far from winning their trust.

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TV Brings People Together and Keeps Them Up To Date

A recent study shows that TV offers viewers a unique sense of connection and instant gratification.

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Through Social Media, Teens Learn From Others’ Stories and Stand Up for Their Beliefs

Global teens appreciate others’ voices – and are eager to use their own.

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Around the World, Casual Sex Isn’t All That Common

The people with the best sex lives aren’t who you’d think, according to our new global sex study.

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