Some two thirds of attendees to this month's Kidscreen Summit will be coming from outside of the US - with the event shaping up to be the biggest in its ten year history.
Kicking off on Tuesday February 11th at the Hilton, New York, the conference will again feature its traditional mix of keynote speeches, practical sessions and workshops.
The Speed Pitching sessions will see 19 broadcast execs take more than 200 three-minute pitches, while the Speed Networking sessions will provide connections for firms looking to move their projects forward through consumer products, online development and co-production.
A number of after-hours events are also planned, including an opening night reception and a Lift-Off Party hosted by Little Airplane Productions.
"This year's Summit is offering more networking opportunities that will help connect producers, broadcasters, marketers and licensors and facilitate the growth of international kids brands across TV, digital media platforms and consumer products," said director of events Jocelyn Christie.
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