The event aims to bring players from children's publishing and children's media together at London's Two Temple Palace.
The Children’s Media Conference has unveiled its one day event aimed at bringing players in the children’s publishing and media industries together.
Titled the CMC Rights Exchange, the event will welcome everyone working with children’s publishing, TV, animation and film, as well as kids’ interactive, games and apps.
Taking place in London’s Two Temple Palace on Friday, November 7th, the event will feature ‘conference-style' sessions, exploring case studies and opinions on new ways to build content brands.
Delegates will also be able to book one-to-one meeting with each other to build new partnerships and discuss the future successes of IP and brands.
The CMC Rights Exchange will be managed and curated by The Children’s Media Conference, the organisation known for its annual conference, pulling over 1000 delegates, 200 speakers and over 50 workshops.
“The CMC rights Exchange is a brand new one-day event designed to connect players in the children’s publishing and media industries so that they can trade rights and services, and also build the new partnerships they need to make a success of IP and brands,” said CMC editorial director, Greg Childs.
“Delegates from across the children’s industries will be able to come to our event and meet potential partners at this one stop shop.
“As the old model of licensing published content is being superseded by new forms of partnership or service delivery models, there needs to be a reform to understand, explore and negotiate those new relationships.
“It’s a totally new form of market, the CMC Rights Exchange.”