The Children’s Media Yearbook is a comprehensive review of the trends, issues and news around children’s use of and attitudes to media.
The Yearbook features articles by the UK’s leading academic researchers in the field of media literacy and children’s media activity. It also presents the view from content makers and distributors, explores regulatory and policy issues and is the annual record of the key events in the children’s media calendar. #CMFYearbook
- Joe Godwin, Kay Benbow and Cheryl Taylor (BBC Children’s)
- Louise Bucknole (Disney Channels UK)
- Kelvyn Gardner (LIMA UK)
- David Austin (BBFC)
- Prof. Sonia Livingstone (LSE)
- Dr Barbie Clarke (Family, Kids and Youth)
- Mark Sorrell (Game designer)
- Gary Pope (Kids Industries)
- Stuart Dredge (Guardian)
- Richard Marson (Author)
Yearbook Editor: Dr Lynn Whitaker – Centre for Cultural Policy Research, University of Glasgow
The Children’s Media Yearbook 2013 is also available in download, print and Kindle editions.
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