The Children’s Media Foundation (CMF)

Children’s Media Conference 1 – 3 July. Don’t miss your chance to buy discounted tickets

The CMF has negotiated a special deal for all its supporters and patrons. You can register for the CMC with a big saving of £95 + VAT

It's a great deal to get into the key event of the year. The entire kids' media industry gathers in Sheffield to discuss the creative, strategic, policy, regulatory and business issues around making and delivering content to young people.

The cost of registration with our discount is £280 + VAT. That buys over 50 Conference sessions and keynotes, with over 180 speakers, and the chance to meet people from every sector: radio, film, TV, apps, online, games, publishing, licensing, museums and galleries, theatre and educational media - they're all represented.  PLUS  2 free lunches, a fantastic opening reception and a great late night party!

The Children's Media Foundation is producing the opening Question Time - style session at the conference at 9.30 on Thursday 2nd July.  It's called 'Game Change' and welcomes Ed Vaizey MP, the Minster for Culture and the Digital Economy, Alice Webb, the new Director of BBC Children's, in her first major public appearance, and CMF's Anna Home to discuss the future of the BBC, public service broadcasting and regulation, the rise of OTT and VoD services - and how they affect the children's audience. The CMF session will set the policy and regulatory agenda for the Children's Media Conference and the year ahead.

We'll also be represented in a session about rights and responsibilities online.  And throughout the Conference our new Children's Media Yearbook will be on sale for the first time.

You can register using the CMF discount by following this link - but NB only CMF supporters and patrons are eligible.

If you are not yet a supporter - why not join CMF now? At a cost of £25, with the additional benefits of a free download of the Children's Media Yearbook and free entry to CMF events - it makes sense to be part of what we do.

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