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CMC Rights Exchange @LBF 2017

cmc-rights-exchange-logo-horizontalThe UK’s market event for Children’s Publishers, Authors’ Agents, TV, Interactive, Film, Games and App Producers and Licensing Executives at The London Book Fair.

Date: Thursday 16 March 2017
Venue: Olympia, Hammersmith RoadKensington, London W14 8UX

Companies attending the Rights Exchange Market Meetings included:
BBC Children’s Acquisitions, BBC Worldwide, Bloomsbury Publishing, CBeebies In House Production, Channel 5, CHF Media, DHX Media, Distribution360, ITV, LIMA, Lupus Films, Magic Light Pictures, Nickelodeon, Oxford University Press, Tiger Aspect

olympiaThe CMC Rights Exchange is a must for anyone looking to buy and sell children’s IP – especially if you plan to build partnerships to take content across platforms.

The CMC Rights Exchange took place at The London Book Fair, offering a wide range of new benefits including access to 1500 exhibitors and 25,000 publishing professionals from around the world.

By signing up delegates received:

  • Access to pre-bookable one-to-one meetings to develop those new relationships.
  • Access to all CMC sessions at the Children’s Hub on 16 March – exploring case studies and executive opinion on new ways of building content brands.
  • A free pass to The London Book Fair at Olympia from Tuesday 14 till Thursday 16 March 2017.

Speakers at the Children’s Hub included:

Nick Butterworth (writer and illustrator), Susan Bolsover (Penguin Random House), Katy Cattell and Lucy Upton (Hachette), Tim Collins (The Brand Director), Kieron Gillen (writer), Anna Hewitt (Spinmaster Toys), Oli Hyatt (Animation UK), Katie Price (Hachette Children’s Group), Rosina Robson (Pact), Nigel Roby (The Bookseller) Ingrid Selberg (Consultant), Ben Smith (Rebellion), Mike Stirling (Beano Studios)

Venue

The CMC Rights Exchange @ LBF was situated within The London Book Fair at Olympia London in Kensington. Travel and venue information can be found on their website here.

Event Partner:

Manimation 2018 Sponsors

Manimation is supported by National Lottery funds awarded to ScreenSkills from the British Film Institute to deliver its Future Film Skills programme.

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