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Question Time at CMC 2020

By Nikki Stearman Senior Games Designer, Dubit and CMF Executive Group Member for Events I was honoured to produce the Children’s Media Conference Question Time this year with the support of Executive Producer Anna Home, Chair of the Children’s Media Foundation, ‘Right Now and What’s Next?’ explored the strategic questions around kids and content and […]

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Reflections on Inclusivity at CMC 2020 On-Line

By Olivia Dickinson Digital Consultant and CMF Executive Group Member for Diversity and Inclusion This year’s CMC gave us an amazing opportunity to create content that gives you concrete, practical actions and takeaways. Every one of the contributors in the 9 films that make up Inclusivity Now tells you at least one practical thing you […]

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When Sheffield Comes To You

By Jane Kirkham Clerk to the All Party Parliamentary Group CMF Executive Group Member for political and governmental liaison. Maybe I don’t get out enough but I love going to Sheffield. The annual bunfight that is the Children’s Media Conference – I look forward to it all year.  OK, I don’t get out much but then […]

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Children’s Media Conference 2020 Online

What’s Happening In CMC 2020? By Greg Childs Director, CMF   and Diana Hinshelwood Newsletter Editor, CMF Executive Group   Lockdown may have stopped us gathering in Sheffield for CMC 2020, but with an on-line conference and an all-star line-up, July’s conference is still the hot ticket. CMC 2020  On-line is happening from 6th -10th […]

CMF Updates Events Industry Policy Research

Virtual CMC

CMC Editorial Director Greg Childs (who also happens to be Director of the Children’s Media Foundation) outlines what’s happening to the popular kids’ industry event in response to the crisis. Once it became obvious that large-scale gatherings were not going to be permitted even in the early summer, we knew the writing was on the […]

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Virtual Children’s Media Yearbook

The Children’s Media Yearbook … ish. Mark Wilson Yearbook Editor, The Children’s Media Foundation     The Children’ Media Yearbook content 2020 is sponsored by:         It’s probably a bit bonkers, and a tad selfish, to moan about abandoned media projects during this surreal and tragic pandemic … but, what the heck, I’m gonna have […]

CMF Updates Events Industry

All Party Group for Children’s Media and The Arts, Inaugural Meeting

All Party Group for Children’s Media and the Arts Inaugural Meeting Wednesday 22nd January Palace of Westminster Report After the enforced hiatus of summer recess, conference season and a December General Election, the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children’s Media and the Arts is back on track.  All groups have to re-register after a General […]

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Brexit and Children’s Media

Greg Childs is Director of the Children’s Media Foundation and Editorial Director of  the Children’s Media Conference (CMC). With his Conference hat on he describes CMC’s latest event, produced in partnership with Animation UK and with funding from the government Brexit Business Readiness Fund… CMC can be relied upon to offer the most up-to-the-minute view of what’s […]

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Pushing the Preschool Envelope at CMC

Priorities for Preschool In An Age Of Change Gary Pope, Co-Founder, Kids Industries Speaker, Moderator and Member of the Advisory Committee for CMC   The work that goes on behind the scenes at The Children’s Media Conference is phenomenal. A world-class programme doesn’t just materialise overnight. The advisory committee, which I am super-proud to sit […]

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On-Line Harms: Resetting the Moral Compass

ON-LINE HARMS: THE GOVERNMENT WHITE PAPER By Cecilia Weiss Digital Producer and CMF Executive Group Member   As a new member of the CMF Executive Group, I offered my services as a session producer for the Childrens’ Media Conference in Sheffield this year. Not only was it my first time producing a session at the […]

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