Sessions

H

How does Publishing IP become Broadcast & Licensing IP?

Thursday 14 April 2016 4:00pm-5:00pm
Children's Hub

Transforming a book into a TV series is both a creative and financial challenge.  But it can have significant commercial upside. Using live case studies Technicolor’s Alison Warner, VP, IP Sales, Acquisitions and Co-Productions, outlines the creative and commercial journeys of family adventure property ‘The Deep’ and pre-school property ‘Chamelia’. This session is open to all attendees […]

Find out more >

K

Keynote: Mothercare's Retail & Character Licensing Insight

Thursday 14 April 2016 9:30am-10:15am
Club Room

The power of character IP to sell product at retail is well established. However understanding what type of character IP, whether Publishing, Television or Film, and how it needs to be presented to retailers has never been more important for media and publishing companies. This session will provide a key insight into the kind of […]

Find out more >

L

Licensed and Non-Author Publishing - What do Publishers Want?

Thursday 14 April 2016 2:30pm-3:30pm
Children's Hub

What makes a non-author driven, media property appealing to publishers? Emily Campan, Penguin Random House Licensed Publishing and TV Development Executive, Katie Price, Hachette Children’s Licensing Director and David Maybury, Media Development Director at Scholastic look at how and when publishers are interfacing with media companies and engaging in non-authors ideas that have publishing potential. This session […]

Find out more >

O

One-to-One Meetings

Thursday 14 April 2016 11:40am-4:40pm
Apex Room

Pre-booked one-to-one meetings organised through Meeting Mojo.

Find out more >

P

Publish or Perish? The Future of Children's Publishing through to 2020

Thursday 14 April 2016 11:30am-12:30pm
Children's Hub

How will the children’s book publishing industry develop during through to 2020 – and what will this mean for the wider children’s media market? Will the UK sector continue to consolidate or can new entrants flourish? Can the UK maintain its strong position in an increasingly international market? How will the flow of IP out […]

Find out more >

R

Reception

Thursday 14 April 2016 4:40pm-5:30pm
Apex Room

Find out more >

Registration

Thursday 14 April 2016 9:00am-9:30am
Apex Room

Register for the CMC Rights Exchange.  Tea and coffee available.

Find out more >

T

Toy Story

Thursday 14 April 2016 10:15am-11:15am
Club Room

Exploring the increasing importance of story in new products in the toy world. Find out how ‘story and character’ are becoming an increasing part of the product development and marketing process for toy companies new IPs. Does the existence of YouTube, together with the less regulated digital broadcasters such as Amazon and Netflix, offer toy companies […]

Find out more >

W

Who Needs Broadcasters?

Thursday 14 April 2016 1:00pm-2:00pm
Children's Hub

With the advent of YouTube, media companies now have a unique opportunity to bypass broadcast and connect directly with consumers. Christopher Skala, Co-Founder & CEO, TaDaKids Ltd, who have recently launched the first tranche of a portfolio of 16 YouTube Pre-school Channels, gives his views on what this kind of production, brand and IP model […]

Find out more >