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American Center for Children and Media
David Kleeman is President of the American Center for Children and Media, an executive roundtable leading the US industry toward kid-friendly, sustainable practices. The Center promotes expertise sharing as a means for building quality, looking worldwide for best practices. David is Advisory Board Chair to the international children’s TV festival, PRIX JEUNESSE and in demand as a strategist, analyst, advisor and speaker, David has authored a major study on children’s public service media, two book chapters and frequent commentaries.
David is producing and presenting “SCREENING: Thinking Differently – Worldwide” and “SCREENING: Yesterday’s Couch Potatoes are Today’s YouTubers”. He will also be a speaker in the session “The Age of Innocence? Taste, Decency, and Self-Censorship”
David Kleeman's Sessions
The Prix Jeunesse Suitcase
All-new inspiring and intriguing clips from the 2010 international children's TV festival! Session report Session photos on Flickr
Reform or Revolution: A new blueprint for children's media
For the last five years children’s media professionals have been preoccupied with the debate surrounding the break-up of the old BBC/ITV duopoly and the seismic shifts which followed. This session jettisons some of the baggage from that debate and looks to the future. Session report Session photos on Flickr
A short version of the popular Prix Jeunesse suitcase for those who missed it or loved it.