Thursday 16 April 2015 2:30pm-3:30pm
Can a TV producer tell about a book’s TV potential just by looking at the cover? Drawing on their experience three TV veterans respond to previously unseen book covers and explain their Yes, No, Maybe answers to the simple question: Does this have any TV potential? With Mellie Buse Ad Astra Christopher Skala BrentalaTV, Skala Consultancy Ken […]
Thursday 16 April 2015 10:10am-11:00am
Taking a successful publishing brand into different media is not without challenge. Which route to choose? What’s the impact of exposure on TV, on the web or at retail? What are the best forms of relationship for publishers to maximise creative and business goals? Producers and brand managers discuss their strategies for taking classics like […]
Thursday 16 April 2015 9:40am-10:10am
Strategist, analyst, author and speaker, David Kleeman offers international insights from PlayScience’s latest research on children’s habits and parents’ preferences. Find out what kids and parents want, and where IP, the book, and beyond fit into their digital lives.
Thursday 16 April 2015 4:00pm-5:00pm
The inside track on CBeebies, the UK’s most popular children’s channel. Discover the entry points for new ideas, what CBeebies looks for, how CBeebies structures its relationships and how book-based IP is related to the channel’s output. With Vanessa Amberleigh Executive Producer, CBeebies
Thursday 16 April 2015 11:30am-12:30pm
The inside track on one of the world’s most powerful pre-school platforms. Discover the entry points for new ideas, what Disney Junior looks for, and the extent to which book-based IP is seen as potential source material for TV series. With Beth Gardiner VP Original Programming, Disney Junior
Thursday 16 April 2015 9:00am-9:30am
Registration opens for Rights Exchange in Olympia. Tea and coffee will be available.
Thursday 16 April 2015 11:20am-1:00pm
One-to-One meetings with fellow Rights Exchange delegates.
Thursday 16 April 2015 1:00pm-2:00pm
With over 50 million copies sold, hear first-hand from the executives who helped take the global gaming phenomenon Minecraft off the screen and onto the book page. With Sarah Bates Publishing Director, Egmont and Emma Cairns-Smith Licence Acquisition Director, Egmont