The Children’s Media Foundation (CMF)

CMC – Special Offer

Children's Media Foundation supporters, patrons, and members from supporting companies and organisations can buy Children's Media Conference tickets at a special discounted rate of £380 + VAT – that’s a saving of £115 + VAT on the full rate.

If you are not currently a CMF supporter or patron - sign up here for as little as £25.

Then register for CMC by using this link which automatically applies your discount rate. You can sign up for a workshop, the CMC market day (International Exchange) and the famous Pizza Express dinner at the same time. (CMF Executive Group members are using the Pizza Express dinner on 4 July as their get-together in Sheffield - so you can meet them there)

With over 1000 delegates, there’s no better place to engage with children's’ content makers and the people who care about the children's audience.

CMF is producing the opening policy session at the Conference which will feature a range of speakers connected with the current policy and regulatory issues facing the kids' media sector - including Shadow Culture Secretary - Tom Watson MP.

The full conference programme can be seen online. It includes two amazing keynote speakers - both likely to address issues that are on the CMF agenda:

Michael Rosen - The acclaimed poet, broadcaster, YouTube star, children’s advocate and former Children’s Laureate will give the opening Keynote on Tuesday 3 July at 6pm.

Baroness Beeban Kidron - The Director of ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’ and 'Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit’  takes us on her creative journey, considers how kids’ identities are built by stories, and talks about her campaign for internet safety for children - in the Creative Keynote on  Wednesday 4 July  at 6.30pm.

This discount code is only available to CMF supporters and patrons. You must be a current paid-up supporter or patron to use it. If you're unsure - check you status using these links:

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