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Manchester, September 19th, 2017 (CGMS). The Children’s Global Media Summit 2017 will welcome some of the most important content makers, technology providers and policy chiefs from across the world to look at the role which media can play in the lives of a young global audience. It will take place in Manchester from December 4-7.
Celebrating the best content, tackling the importance of education, protection and empowerment the event promises to be crucial for anyone involved in children’s Media.
The Summit will help shape the future of children’s media for the next decade by bringing together iconic speakers, debates, masterclasses and a showcase of the most cutting edge content and technology on the market in the heart of one of the most vibrant digital cities in Europe.
The Children’s Global Media Summit is the eighth which has been commissioned by the World Summit on Media for Children Foundation. For the first time in almost 20 years the content of the event is being overseen by the BBC who are working with a group of broadcast partners, academic institutions and policy makers to create a rich and unique program of content which reflects the world of media through the eyes of a young global audience.
To find out more about the World Summit on Media Foundation and to apply to host it in 2020 click here.