Content producers and providers

Producers and providers of digital content who design, develop and distribute online content and services targeted at children up to 12 years of age probably play the biggest role in ensuring that younger generations have access to age appropriate, safe, informative and empowering online experiences from the outset. 
 
Thanks to our revised, tailor-made checklist, content providers and producers from across Europe may design, adapt and customise their products so as to contribute to raising an empowered and digitally-skilled generation of active citizens.

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  • Screenshot of the Filmstriben website
    [Danish]

    Filmstriben

    Country: [Denmark],

    Age range: [< 3 years of age, 3-6 years of age, 6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    Filmstriben is the libraries' digital film platform for all Danish citizens and residents, including children and young people. Filmstriben is only for the private viewing of films and can be use ...

    By Danish public libraries

  • Screenshot of the main page of the Decko website
    [Czech]

    Déčko Portal

    Country: [Czech Republic],

    Age range: [6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    The Déčko internet portal offers various types of positive content for children, especially video content (fairytales, cartoon series, educational movies, evening news for children, and so on), g ...

    By Czech Television

  • Screenshot from the website
    [English, Slovenian]

    Časoris, online newspaper for children

    Country: [Slovenia],

    Age range: [6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    Časoris is an online newspaper for children with daily stories on politics, science, sports and culture. It includes a special section in which children publish their own stories about what is go ...

    By Časoris

  • Screenshot of the Wat Wat website
    [Dutch]

    WAT WAT

    Country: [Belgium],

    Age range: [10-12 years of age]

    WAT WAT supports young people's (aged 11 to 24) identity development by providing them with answers to their questions and direct referral to trustworthy and relatable help channels.

    WAT ...

    By De Ambrassade

  • Screenshot of the homepage of the website
    [Dutch]

    MediaMasters

    Country: [Netherlands],

    Age range: [10-12 years of age]

    MediaMasters aims to create awareness among children aged 10 to 12 about potential impacts of (digital) media and social media and how to use them responsibly. It also creates opportunities for c ...

    By Netwerk Mediawijsheid