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Breakfast Briefings

Monday 23rd February 8.30 – 9am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 1 in association with BAFTA Kids New York
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Biscayne Ballroom (breakfast provided)
Hosted by: Greg Childs and Sarah Baynes

Join producer Evan Baily, whose series are currently airing on TV in more than 100 countries, for an informal discussion about building momentum to get your projects off the ground.

Tuesday 24th February 8.30 – 9am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 2 in association with BAFTA Kids New York
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Biscayne Ballroom (breakfast provided)
Hosted by: Sarah Baynes

Michael Ross, General Manager, Family, for Maker Studios joins the UK@Kidscreen group for breakfast, and conversation about user-created content and the new wave of talent and IP generation. Michael will talk about what is working and how delegates can enter the arena.

Wednesday 25th February 8.30 – 9am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 3 in association with BAFTA Kids New York
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Biscayne Ballroom (breakfast provided)
Hosted by: Greg Childs

Doug and Linda’s snappy snapshots:
Offering a quick overview of the US broadcast, production scene plus new players, and discussing how UK producers in animation, live action, or interactive can get a foothold, Linda Simensky (PBS Kids) and Doug Schwalbe (Dreamworks) bring their insights to the breakfast table.

Thursday 26th February 8.30 – 9am
UK@Kidscreen Breakfast Briefing 4 in association with BAFTA Kids New York
Venue: UK@Kidscreen meeting tables (we provide the muffins, bring your own coffee!)
Hosted by: Greg Childs

Nigel Pickard has moved from production to broadcasting and back again over his years in kids’ and family TV, but his involvement in a totally new type of company reflects the unprecedented changes broadcasters, producers. distributors and the content market face today.
With new players emerging, new business models replacing old, and new types of content being created, so new entrepreneurs are embracing the challenges and opportunities born from the disruption. Dial Square 86 describes itself as an aggregation of talent and enterprises, who share a common attribute – they are businesses of tomorrow, embracing change.

Linda Kahn has a global perspective on delivery of content, in her consultancy role with Portfolio Entertainment, Vibrant TV and ZeeQ (India) amongst many others.

Meet Nigel and Linda to find out more over a muffin in the last of our future-focused breakfast briefings.

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