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Tracy Warren

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Tracy Warren

Tracy spends her days photographing young people and writing children’s books.  She is currently working on a long list of tv programme ideas and collaborating with others on factual impactful programming.  She has recently discovered a love of blogging, food photography, children’s fashion photography, cinematography and editing.  She has been living in Sydney, Australia for many years and prior to that worked at Channel 4 Television in Commissioning and Marketing.

Tracy's Sessions

Storytelling: The Pre-school Parent Trap - Report

Posted on: Friday 03 July 2015 4:55pm

Takeaway We need to feed the kids a sense of optimism. If you use something real, that they can recognise, it resonates, they get it and buy into it. Its aspirational even though they may not understand the narrative.  The stories you tell are their equipment for life. There is a gap…

Research 5: Beyond Pink or Blue - Report

Posted on: Friday 03 July 2015 7:38am

Takeaway: Boys don't like too much talk or emotion Girls don't like violence, but love aesthetics. Detail Dr Maya Götz, Head of theInternational Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television (IZI) at the Bayerische Rundfunk, presented interesting findings from a German television channel on the appeal of characters and the…

Research 4: All change? Scooby-Doo, where are you? Still here….! - Report

Posted on: Friday 03 July 2015 7:30am

Takeaway To help work out how to create TV content and play, go back to the physical play that helps children learn to make sense of their role in life ad the situations they encounter. Cartoons are still the most popular type of TV show for kids and most of…

Commissioner Conversations: Commercial Networks - Report

Posted on: Friday 03 July 2015 1:32am

Takeaway Fresh, new and innovative idea will always be welcomed - starting tonight at the bar. There is a gap for 10-14’s so if you have content to capture this international audience, get them in. Research what the channel is looking for before you submit your idea. Networks are global…

Wednesday Workshop: Make It With YouTube - Report

Posted on: Thursday 02 July 2015 7:22am

There is no doubt that attendees of todays 4 hour session will be heading back to their hotels to strategise a YouTube campaign or work on improving their existing one. Hosted by Cedric Petitpas and Kate Rushworth from YouTube Kids & Learning EMEA, attendees were grouped together and challenged with…