Blogs tagged "girls"

July 2017

CMC 2017: Report – Engineering Change

Posted on: Tuesday 11 July 2017 11:00am

With a number of new shows and initiatives encouraging girls to become interested in engineering and STEM-based careers, a panel of producers discussed the main issues and talked about their future plans Takeaway: The UK is the worst country in the EU for channeling girls into STEM careers. There is likely to be a huge shortage of engineers in the UK and over 1m more are needed by 2024 Gender stereotypes are formed young so we need to get to the audience from pre-school up Whilst there is great work already being done, there needs to be greater collaboration across industry and broadcasting to make a visible difference Detail: As a schoolgirl who glazed over every time someone mentioned kinetic…

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July 2012

CMC 2012: PJ PLaylist

Posted on: Friday 06 July 2012 12:34pm by Tom Webb

Blogged by Tom Webb. PJ Playlist Introduced and Produced by: David Kleeman, President, American Center for Children and Media. For those who thought children’s television was the same all around the world, PJ Playlist was able to disprove that notion in an eye-opening 30 minutes of the world’s finest children’s programming. From birthday parties for corpses to a pig obsessed with sunglasses, David Kleeman, President of ACCM, treated his audience to Prix Jeunesse 2012’s finest children’s entertainment. With such creativity and inspiration gained from watching international programming, David offered a stark warning. Never try to recreate it. Do look for tiny bits of inspiration from them, but never remake them in your home nation as it’s likely to lose all…

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