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The Children's Media Conference
Greg worked for over 25 years at the BBC, as a director, producer and executive-producer of children’s programmes. He created the first Children’s BBC websites and, as Head of Children’s Digital, developed and launched the children’s channels, CBBC and CBeebies. On leaving the BBC in 2004, Greg became a consultant working with producers on digital strategies and broadcasters on channel launches. He is the co-creator and Editorial Director of The Children’s Media Conference, a Head of Studies at the German Akademie Für Kindermedien, and Director of the Children’s Media Foundation. Greg was made a Fellow of the RSA in 2010 in recognition of his contribution to children’s rights and culture.
We couldn't do it without you...
Greg Childs, Editorial Director of CMC opens this year's Conference blog with some thoughts on what makes it all work... CMC 2014 has come together as a result of the work of a huge volunteer army - the Advisory Committee guiding and shaping the conference schedule, over 40 volunteer producers…
Closing Keynote: Mind Candy’s Big New Idea
Michael Acton Smith unveils Mind Candy’s newest app - a revolutionary new creative community for 7-12 year olds that will become a platform for content creators (books, games, cartoons, music) to connect with their fans…