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YACF – Evaluating the Evaluation

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Date(s) - 22/02/2023
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Lewis Silkin Llp


What will the Evaluation Report for the Young Audiences Content Fund tell us about the future of public service media for children and young people?

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Ticket £10 – free of charge for CMF supporters and patrons
This event will end with a drinks reception at 7.30pm

Emma Scott – CEO & Founder, Cultivation Partners (former CEO Beano Studios and Freesat)
Jackie Edwards – former Head of the Young Audiences Content Fund
Andy Mundy-Castle – producer, company director Doc Hearts
Lucy Murphy – Director of Kids’ Content, Sky UK and ROI
Paul Nahe-Biswas – strategist at Mediaator
Sheyi Ogunshakin –  Research Lead, Livity

The meeting will also be attended by representatives of Ofcom and DCMS.

The three-year pilot Young Audiences Content Fund has concluded and its “end of term” report has been written. An extensive review of everything the Fund achieved and an examination of its organisation and methods, the Report is invaluable evidence for consideration of the future of public service media in the UK – particularly for young people who are deserting traditional channels in their droves.

Packed with data on the economic, social and regional effects of the Fund and the reach, range and effectiveness of the content part-financed by it, along with the ideas generated by its development support activity, this is one of the most comprehensive studies ever made into the power of public service funding to transform the lives of young people.

It will inform thinking on contestable funding and the entire future of public service media in the UK – particularly for young people, as the government prepares the Media Bill for presentation to Parliament.

This CMF event – part of the CMF’s Future of Public Service Media series – will outline the key findings in the Report and offer expert industry and policy speakers the opportunity to react and consider the future the Report suggests.

If you’re an industry practitioner, academic, audience advocate, policy professional or campaigner – this event is designed to give you the opportunity to hear from expert analysts and also have your say.

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