If you’re involved in developing, producing and distributing content to kids, the Children’s Media Conference in Sheffield is for you. And the great news is that organisers of the conference are offering a substantial discount on tickets to our members and the city’s wider digital community. You just need to contact us to get a discount code before registering for the event.
About the Children’s Media Conference
This is the only event of its kind in the UK, taking place on our doorstep right here in Sheffield on 2-4 July 2019. The Children’s Media Conference is for everyone working in kids content production and distribution, across all platforms.
Since 2004, the conference has welcomed delegates from film, TV, radio, interactive media, games, licensing, toys, book and magazine publishing, the arts and culture sector and educational media.
It’s the only time when delegates from across the whole industry get together, making it a must if you want to learn, share, network and explore future opportunities for work and collaboration.
This year, organisers are expecting more than 1100 delegates and over 200 speakers and experts across 60 sessions. This includes Nadiya Hussain, Great British Bake Off winner and Junior Bake Off judge, who will deliver the opening keynote.
Not sure if it’s for you?
Take a look at footage from last year’s conference including the opening keynote from children’s novelist, poet, broadcaster, columnist and former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen. You can also get a feel for who goes to the Children’s Media Conference and how it’s helped them in this feature: “What Has the CMC Ever Done for Me?”.
Get your early bird discount
The Children’s Media Conference is offering members of Sheffield’s digital community a special discounted ticket rate of £390 + VAT, a reduction of £120 on the full price ticket. Find out what this delegate pass includes here.
To get your discount code, which you’ll need to register for this special offer, just get in touch with us.
The Children’s Media Conference 2019 takes place 2–4 July across multiple venues in Sheffield. You can find more information on the Children’s Media Conference website and you can stay up to date on Twitter.