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Keynote Speaker Announced – Michael Stevens from Vsauce

Michael StevensMichael Stevens, YouTuber and creator of hit online channel Vsauce, will deliver the Keynote speech at this year’s Children’s Media Conference on Wednesday 1 July at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.

With 8.7 million subscribers to Vsauce1, Michael is one of the new breed of ‘change-makers’ who are creating waves in traditional media models, in education and in the minds of his young audience.

Vsauce comprises a number of YouTube channels all created by Stevens: Vsauce1, Vsauce2, Vsauce3 and WeSauce. The channels are known for producing videos relating to various scientific and philosophical topics, as well as gaming, technology and culture.

His Keynote underscores the important connection between education and kids’ content, as well as recognising the growth in online viewing by children of all ages.

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CMC 2015 – Early Bird About to Fly!

delegatesRegister Now for CMC 2015 Wednesday 1 – Friday 3 July 2015 

The Earily Bird rate runs out on 4 May so don’t miss your chance for this great price for CMC 2015.

Delegates rates are Early Bird £280 + VAT, Under 30s, self-funded delegates, small indies and students rate £210 + VAT, Full Corporate rate £375 + VAT.

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The CMC Rights Exchange Returns

CMC Rights Exchange @LBFcmc-rights-exchange-logo-vertical
Olympia, London, Thursday 16 April 2015

The CMC Rights Exchange @LBF was the second outing for this popular event – a must for anyone looking to buy or sell children’s IP. And for the first time it took place at The London Book Fair.

Alice Burden, CMC Rights Exchange Manager explains how it worked.

Conference Content 2014

You can catch up on content you missed at CMC 2014.

Blogs. PowerPoints, audio or video of most of the sessions are accessible via the sessions list.  Or All of the 2014 podcasts and videos are listed here.

Malorie Blackman’s inspirational Creative Keynote from CMC 2014