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Little Airplane winter workshop lifts off

The next installment of Little Airplane's How to Make a Great Preschool Series is set for take-off on February 13 at its New York-based studio.
January 19, 2010

The next installment of Little Airplane’s How to Make a Great Preschool Series is set for take-off on February 13 at its New York-based studio.

The Little Airplane Academy three-day workshop will help participants learn everything they need to know about making and selling a successful preschool TV program. It’ll be taught by members of the prodco’s senior staff, including president Josh Selig, creative director Jennifer Oxley, head of production Tom Brown, music director Jeffrey Lesser and supervising producer Tone Thyne.

Guest speakers on board are J.J. Johnson of Sinking Ship Entertainment to discuss directing live action TV, David Kleeman, president of the American Center for Children and Media, to screen and discuss films from around the world, and Beth Richman, president of BlueBird Media Consulting, will cover research.

There will also be a panel discussion headed by Kay Wilson Stallings, VP of production and development, Nickelodeon Preschool Television and Andrew Beecham, SVP, programming for PBS Kids Sprout.

The Academy takes place at Little Airplane’s studios, 207 Front Street (between Fulton and Beekman) in New York’s South Street Seaport. For more info, contact Melinda Richards at 212-965-8999 or www.littleairplane.com.

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