The agenda for Kidscreen Summit Virtual is now live, featuring more than 50 keynotes, panel discussions, research presentations, buyer Q&As and strategy interviews with some of the industry’s top execs.
This year’s lineup of sessions and panels is focused on the rapidly changing children’s entertainment market, offering help and guidance to kids media professionals working through adapting to COVID-19 and diversity issues that have posed unique challenges to the industry in 2020.
The virtual event, running from February 8 to March 5, is also expanding its popular pitching and networking formats, offering more than 600 opportunities for one-on-one meetings with buyers. Lotteries for these Speed Pitching and Coffee with… sessions will open in the new year.
Kidscreen Summit is serving up 24 Q&As with key broadcasters including Netflix, Disney and Nickelodeon. And previously announced keynote speakers include environmentalist Dr. Jane Goodall, Emmy-nominated writer Baratunde Thurston and Harvard Business professor Bharat Anand.
A Wednesday Kid Insight track will feature exciting new research looking at topics such as how families talk about race and racism, the science behind joy and the increased importance of mental health for kids.
Online registration for Kidscreen Summit Virtual is open, with both Content Passes ($495) and Business Passes ($995) available. More information can be found online.