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Nearly equal shares of online boys (28%) and girls (26%) say they shoot and share video.In 2006, online boys were nearly twice as likely as online girls to report uploading video they had taken, with 19% of boys and 10% of girls reporting the activity.In a similar vein, teen internet users from higher income families are more likely to video chat than lower income teens.Of online teens from families earning ,000 or more annually, 46% use video chat, while 32% of online teens from families earning under ,000 annually use these services.Youth from higher income and higher education families are more likely to video chat than youth from lower income and education households.Online teens from families with the lowest levels of parental education – where a parent has not received a high school diploma – are much less likely than others to video chat with just 14% of teens in those families video chatting, compared with 40% of teens with parents with higher levels of education.Our survey found that 77% of all teens ages 12-17 have cell phones and 97% of cell users (or 75% of all teens) can send and receive texts.Teens who text are also more likely to use video chatting, with 40% of texting teens chatting compared with 27% of non-texters.
Similarly, one third (33%) of Facebook users take and share video, compared with 11% of teens who do not use Facebook. Of them, 46% record and upload video, compared with 24% of teens who do not use Twitter.
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In our most recent data collection, older teens 14-17 are more likely to record and upload video than their younger counter parts, with 30% of online older teens saying they record and share videos, compared with 21% of 12-13 year olds.
In a change since 2006, boys and girls are equally likely to record and upload videos.
Frequent internet users, texters and social media users are all more likely to video chat than others.