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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 […]

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PSB And The Future of Public Service Broadcasting In The UK

Proposed Inquiry on Public Service Broadcasting And Content For Children by The Children’s Media Foundation By Colin Ward Research, Outreach and Deputy Director CMF     Back in January, before there were any COVID cases in this country, some people working with the Children’s Media Foundation started to ask fundamental questions about the future of […]

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A Purposeful Future

By Bruna Capozzoli Digital Strategist     Millennials, those aged roughly between 26 and 40, and Generation Z (11- to 25-year-olds) now make up over half the world’s population. Gradually taking over senior positions in the media industry, they also represent the majority of a highly-skilled tech workforce. They are the ones behind the most […]

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Children are Awesome

Children are Awesome An article for the Children’s Media Yearbook 2020 By Hazel Kenyon Book Research Director, UK and Ireland, Neilsen Children’s nonfiction book-buying is diversifying, both in authorship and in subject matter. The latest data from Nielsen Book Research shows a continued increase in both the numbers of titles available and the volume sales of […]

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APPG Report on Online Harms

The All Party Group for Children’s Media and The Arts Co-Chairs: Julie Elliott MP, Baroness Floella Benjamin Vice Chairs: Andrew Rosindell MP, Baroness McIntosh of Hudnall, Public Enquiry Point: Jayne Kirkham Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, the Children’s Media and the Arts APPG meeting to discuss Age Verification and the Online Harms Bill had to […]

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Arts Education In Schools

Cutting Back On Creativity By Nathan Guy Actor, Drama Coach and Drama Lead and Creative Support Teacher at Griffin Schools Trust Do we have time for creativity in schools? If not, we should make time. Arts education should not be for the privileged few but thrown like confetti and woven into the learning process of […]

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Parenting for the Digital Age

Stop Criticising Parents and Start Supporting Their Digital Practices By Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology Department of Media and Culture, LSE (Member of the CMF Academic Advisory Board) Society has high hopes and considerable fears for the digital future. On the one hand, parents are told – get your children coding so they have […]

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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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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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The Screen Time Debate

What do Children and Young People Think? A Children’s Media Foundation Report on Children’s Perceptions of their Screen Habits Produced in collaboration with DUBIT LIMITED    Report Author: Lily Law Research Manager, Dubit Ltd Contributors: Jackie Marsh Professor of Education, University of Sheffield Colin Ward Deputy Director, the Children’s Media Foundation Dr Becky Parry University of Sheffield Dr […]

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