Over 1,000 delegates expected in Sheffield from July 2-4.
The Children’s Media Conference is billed as the most important event in the UK for everyone involved in developing, producing and distributing content for kids.
The show – which this year is celebrating its 16th year and runs from July 2-4 in Sheffield – opens its doors to delegates from the worlds of TV, radio, film, games, interactive media, magazine and book publishing, licensing, toys and arts and culture.
The conference theme for 2019 is ‘limitless’, with CMC set to offer a no limits exploration of the unprecedented changes facing the industry including new players and new funding models, new thinking on inclusivity and engagement, plus pan-platform brands with limitless ambitions to connect with kids.
The keynote on Tuesday July 2 will be delivered by Nadiya Hussain, while some of the team behind the upcoming Horrible Histories movie will deliver the Creative Keynote on Wednesday July 3.
Over 1,000 delegates are expected to attend for the keynotes and over 60 sessions.