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About the event

Kidscreen Summit is renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event. In 2015, the conference welcomed just over 1,700 attendees from 54 countries. Top executives attend Kidscreen Summit to take advantage of the year’s best business networking, and to engage in critical dialogue on issues that affect the industry.

Summit 2015 statistics

  • Over 1,700 delegates
  • Attendees from 54 countries
  • 96% plan to attend again
  • 98% would recommend the event to colleagues
  • More than 400 kids programming buyers
  • 900+ producers & distributors

Latest News

Get into a Master or Mentor Class for just $250

Keen to pack more professional learning into your Kidscreen Summit week? Sign up to take part in one or two of our Master/Mentor Classes for just $250 each. Designed for the industry’s most experienced execs (Master Classes) and also relative newcomers (Mentor Classes), these sessions are 90 minutes long and will run on Thursday, February 11.


Creator 101—Pitch perfect!

After months of toil, sweat, and let’s face it, some tears, you’ve finally developed your idea into The Next Big Thing and you’re ready to share it with the world! Or are you? While there has never been a better time to be a content creator, producers and broadcasters have never been so preoccupied (not to mention, confused) by the pace of change in the media landscape. Join noted show creator Alexander Bar (Mike the Knight, Lunar Jim) in this hands-on session designed to help you perfect your pitch and presentation skills to command their attention.


21st Century Branding—How to apply it to kids entertainment, licensing, PR and more

What is branding? While this may sound like a simple question, in today’s media world, it’s never been more complex. But one thing is clear: If you have an existing kids company, kids product or property, or even just an idea for one, you need to understand how to brand it. Branding experts Alan Winnikoff and Larry Seidman will take you through the process of positioning and messaging a brand, and plotting out the attributes of its extensions. From there, they’ll provide you with a roadmap for the real-world practical application of that brand strategy so that it successfully drives your marketing, licensing, PR and social media plans.


Developing the Master Plan—How to think about the future of your business

Join renowned foresighter Suzanne Stein to explore the past, present and future trends in the kids entertainment industry like never before. This uniquely crafted immersive workshop features hands-on activities to get kids entertainment execs “thinking about how to think about the future.” Come and discover how to analyze patterns of change over time, how these patterns can impact the future of your business, and what you can do to turn them into market opportunities.


It’s Not Just YouTube Anymore—Strategies for monetizing digital platforms

In this interactive session, our digital sales expert host will walk through the revenue hotspots developed on market leader YouTube and how to make the most of them, as well as exploring best practices for Vimeo, Vine, Facebook and a host of other up-and-coming platforms.

Registration is now open!

We are currently running the lowest rate we'll be offering for the event, and we want you to take advantage of it! Sign up before December 18 and save $100!

iKids to be rolled into the Summit

Mirroring the market, where digital is now an intrinsic part of the IP mix, we're incorporating our popular iKids program into Kidscreen Summit this year. This special track will focus on all things digital for kids, and should keep you several steps ahead of the curve in this fast-moving business sector.

Kidscreen Summit heads back to Miami in 2016

Mark your calendars now—next year's event is set to take place from February 8 to 11 at the InterContinental Miami again, and registration will open in early July.

More than 1,700 delegates came out this year

It’s official! The year’s biggest gathering of leaders in kids entertainment got a little bigger again this year. Kidscreen Summit 2015 brought together just over 1,700 attendees in February for four days of intense business networking and professional learning. The final headcount represents a 5% bump over the previous year’s attendance.

An increase in delegates from Asia (up 20%) and Canada (up 13%) contributed meaningfully to the event’s overall growth, as did bigger or brand-new delegations from South American and Caribbean regions such as Costa Rica, Argentina, Colombia and Jamaica.

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