The Children’s Media Foundation (CMF)

The Children’s Media Conference 2014 – special offer

The Children’s Media Conference is the UK’s premier gathering for the kids’ media and entertainment industry. Last year it welcomed over 900 delegates from all sectors within children’s media, from radio to film, from publishing to theatre – with TV, games and apps also represented.  And they are giving CMF Supporters and Patrons a special price!

2nd-4th July 2014, Sheffield

 This year’s conference theme is Child@Heart – they’re getting back to basics and considering what it means to be a child in Britain today. It’ll look at how shifting technology, global media brands, pan-platform properties, public service providers, and new sources of commissioning and funding are impacting on kids.

The Creative Keynote speaker has been announced as Children’s Laureate Malorie Blackman O.B.E.  The conference is packed with over 50 sessions on creative, business, commissioning, research, strategic and policy topics.  A major new feature this July will be a strand of workshops and sessions on creating the right conditions for entertainment and play to find their place in the world of children’s learning – at home and in schools. The CMF is producing a session on the future of children’s content at the BBC, as we move towards the Charter and Licence Fee review process, with some of the key players in the process invited to take part.

Registration is now open. CMF Supporters and Patrons are able to get a special discounted rate of £255 + VAT right up until the start of the conference - a saving of over £85 on the full price!

All you need to do is contact our administrator Jacqui Wells to get your discount code. Then you can use it to register via the Children’s Media Conference website.

The CMC extends a welcome to a huge variety of delegates – industry practitioners, writers, academics and researchers.  As their marketing says: Come and meet the people you didn’t know you needed to meet, and learn the things you didn’t know you needed to know.

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