The Digital Toolkit was designed as a clear, concise response to the issues and challenges faced by youth content producers working on digital platforms.
Created by specialists in the production and distribution of content for the very youngest audiences, the kit pragmatically explores the ethical and legal questions — safety, moderation, online payment, advertising, marketing, personal information and more — that arise when operating a kids’ website or mobile app on the Canadian and international markets.
Each backgrounder also offers recommendations formulated by the editorial team and validated by the legal team to help producers adopt best practices in the field of youth digital media.
October 19, 2015
Funding for this digital toolkit was provided by Ontario Media Development Corporation and the Canada Media Fund. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Ontario Media Development Corporation, Canada Media Fund, the Government of Ontario or the Government of Canada. The funders, the Governments of Ontario and Canada and their agencies are in no way bound by the recommendations contained in this document.
Additional funding provided by the Bell Fund, the Canadian Media Production Association, Bereskin & Parr and mbiance.