This year's Summit drew a crowd of more than 1,600 kids' entertainment professionals.
Best in children's television honoured at annual ceremony in the US.
Cartoon Network and ABC 3 among shortlisted entries for US accolades.
Kidscreen assembles Lima Sky's Eric Karp, Wired's Daniel 'GeekDad' Donohoo and more.
Exec producer Joel Cohen will host a presentation titled 'The Tao of Homer'.
First-round judges include CBeebies, Nickelodeon and Turner Broadcasting directors.
Early-bid entry fees in effect; ten prizes up for grabs.
Sesame Workshop, Cartoon Network, Aardman and Kindle Entertainment all honoured.
Octonauts, Bananas in Pyjamas, Transformers Prime and CBBC among those nominated.
Entries now being accepted for next year's accolades, celebrating kids programming and broadcasting.
Shaun the Sheep, Horrible Histories and Nickelodeon among the big winners in New York.
Call for entries made; new accolades for international broadcasting join line-up.
Sesame Workshop, BBC, Kindle, Nerd Corps, Mattel and TV-L among others up for gongs.
Tenth annual conference shaping up to be the largest one yet say organisers.
Copenhagen-based firm named licensing agent of 2008.
Kidscreen reports that proposed $195m deal for Care Bears and Strawberry Shortcake will not go through.