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The Decline of Arts in Schools

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Children’s Media and the Arts covers a wide range of issues affecting young people, raising awareness of their cultural and creative needs with politicians in both houses and all parties. Having hosted a successful event for parliamentarians to meet the BFI’s Jackie Edwards at the launch of the Young Audience’s […]

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CMC Sheffield

Diana Hinshelwood,  Editor CMF Newsletter and CMF Executive Group Member The year since the last Children’s Media Conference has been an eventful one. Topics discussed, such as policing the internet, are now becoming government White Papers, and funding initiatives like the Young Audiences Content Fund have launched. These are just two of the topics which […]

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CMF Event: The Fund, Ofcom and the PSBs

  Diana Hinshelwood, Editor CMF Newsletter and CMF Executive Board Member reports on a CMF public meeting held on 9th May 2019. The Children’s Media Foundation has campaigned for years for a fund to provide new, additional public service content for children and young people. With the launch of the Young Audiences Content Fund, the reality comes […]

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CMC Exchange at London Book Fair 2019

By Diana Hinshelwood Member of CMF Executive Group and Editor, CMF Newsletter   London Book Fair took place this month over 3 days at Olympia London, and it was a wonderful opportunity for writers of all genres to come together and celebrate their work.  Children’s authors and publishers were there in high numbers, which shows […]

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Children’s Media at the London Book Fair

The London Book Fair is a global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of print content.  It’s taking place this year  from 12-14th March at Olympia London, with “Children’ Day” on Thursday 14th. CMC Exchange @LBF is happening at the Fair on Thursday 14th March. It’s a must-attend event for anyone looking to buy and […]

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Blue Peter’s Big Birthday

Blue Peter’s 60th birthday was on 16th October 2018. Blue Peter Editor, Ewan Vinnicombe, examines the programme’s enduring popularity in this updated version of his article for the Children’s Media Yearbook 2018  In 1958, a programme that has entertained and educated a nation and captured the hearts of millions first aired on the BBC. On Tuesday 16 […]

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Age Appropriate Design Code – Consultation

Following her inspirational CMC Keynote, Baroness Beeban Kidron has appealed to producers, digital practitioners, broadcasters and all interested parties to submit comments to the Information Commissioner (ICO) Consultation on the Age Appropriate Design Code. The Code will work with GDPR to inform the regulation of companies that store and use children’s data, and guide any legal cases which  might ensue. The 5Rights Foundation produced […]

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Upcoming CMF Events

The Children’s Media Foundation hosts events that not only offer important information to industry members and researchers, but also bring people together to debate common causes and share views on campaign issues.  In the next few months, the Children’s Media Foundation will be hosting a series of events that carry on the discussions started at the Children’s Media […]

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CMF VR Roadshow

“Conjuring Magical Experiences for Kids in VR” is the 3rd in a series of VR and Kids roadshows organised by the Children’s Media Foundation. It will be on Tuesday 25th September in Manchester. Hosted by Immotion (Studio Liddell), the event will look at Experience Design for kids in Virtual Reality. The 4th event is planned for Bristol in November. […]

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Invisible Children

Invisible Children:  Children’s Media, Diversity, and Forced Migration is a free event to present the findings of three workshops on screen content which reflects or empowers migrant and refugee children. 14 September, 2018 10.30- 17.15 including lunch Venue: King’s College London Email to register. To find out more, access the Programme. The symposium presents findings from previous Manchester, Copenhagen […]

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