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July 2011

Viewpoint – Joe Godwin, Director of BBC Children’s.

Posted on: Sunday 03 July 2011 1:39am

Joe Godwin will be will be participating in The Salford Key session at the Children’s Media Conference, which takes place this week in Sheffield between 6-8 July.     BBC Children’s has been based at MediaCityUK in Salford for just over a month now and all the signs are that we’ve not just moved offices, but have embarked on a very different way of creative life.  The journey here has been a long one: in the planning for many years, the move has been a huge logistical and technical feat for the project team and the moving departments. For Children’s, the move won’t be over until Newsround starts broadcasting from here in the Autumn.   But even when the moving is done,…

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Children’s Media Conference Nears

Posted on: Sunday 03 July 2011 1:36am

Article in Licensing.biz by Samantha Loveday Full line-up revealed for next week’s Sheffield-based event. The Children’s Media Conference takes place next week in Sheffield, aimed at everyone involved in developing, producing and distributing kids’ content across all platforms. Running from July 6th-8th, the gathering will this year welcome a delegation of media companies from China and Argentina for the first time. Organised by the UKTI, the delegations will take part in one to one meetings with UK businesses, as well as taking parting in the conference. "The Chinese and Argentinian delegations are a first for us and it’s also a major first for the children’s content community in the UK," explained Greg Childs, editorial director. "It’s a unique opportunity for…

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Children’s Media Conference to Feature Delegations from China & Argentina

Posted on: Sunday 03 July 2011 1:31am

Article from: WORLDSCREEN.Com By Kristin Brzoznowski Published: June 27, 2011 LONDON: Taking place July 6 to 8 in Sheffield, this year’s Children’s Media Conference, which features the theme of “Thinking Differently,” is set to host a delegation of media companies from China and Argentina as first-time representatives. Organized by UKTI, the delegations will take part in one-on-one meetings along with taking part in the conferences. Greg Childs, the editorial director at The Children’s Media Conference, said: “The Chinese and Argentinian delegations are a first for us and it’s also a major first for the children’s content community in the U.K. It’s a unique opportunity for U.K. companies to get a head start in building new business relationships in key developing…

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