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MipJunior opens new competition judged by kids

MipJunior organizer Reed Midem is inviting all children's entertainment producers to submit programming for consideration in its new MipJunior Kids' Jury Awards, where the ultimate winners will be selected by a panel of children.
August 6, 2009

MipJunior organizer Reed Midem is inviting all children’s entertainment producers to submit programming for consideration in its new MipJunior Kids’ Jury Awards, where the ultimate winners will be selected by a panel of children.

The kids will judge from five program finalists in each of three different categories – Pre-school (ages three to six years), Kids (ages seven to 10) and Tweens (ages 11 to 14) – selected by the media partners KidScreen, Kazachok and License! Global. A jury of 18 kids from the International School of Nice will screen the finalists and choose the winners at a private screening to be held on the last day of MipJunior, October 4.

The grand prize includes one pass to MipJunior 2010, free upload of the winning program to the MipJunior 2010 Digital Library and editorial coverage in the Mipcom Daily News.

To submit an entry or get more info click here.

About The Author
Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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