About the event

Kidscreen Summit is renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event. In 2013, the conference welcomed more than 1,600 attendees from 47 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.

2013 statistics

1,600 delegates
47 countries represented
98% plan to attend again
99% would recommend the event to colleagues
400+ content buyers
900+ producers/distributors

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Master Classes

In addition to the general conference sessions that are included in any Kidscreen Summit registration, we will be offering four hands-on Master Classes on Sunday, February 9. Attendees who are keen to pack more professional learning into their Summit week can take part in one of these sessions for an additional $250. Each class is two hours long, with a couple running in the morning and a couple in the afternoon. So the maximum number of Master Classes that one person can participate in is two. If you see one or two you like on the list below, email Joel Pinto (jpinto@brunico.com) to sign up.

Creating With Character

Want to know what turns good kids shows into great ones? One thing that does it every time is interesting characters the audience really cares about. But developing them properly can be tricky, especially given the demands of the rest of the creative process. So we’re bringing in a master of the art to talk process with you, and share tips to help you get started and then stay on the right track no matter what obstacles and challenges pop up along the way.

Setting Up Shop

Don’t get caught with a greenlight and the wrong roadmap for taking your show into production. Attend this session and find out first-hand from folks who’ve been through it how to build up your infrastructure, workflow and resources—and still get the most bang for your buck.

Funny For Under-Fives: Mastering the Art of Preschool Humor

As they try to trigger co-viewing for their preschool fare, kidcasters are looking for shows with layered humor and laughs tailored to the unique sensibilities and developmental milestones of two to fives. An industry expert will deliver the inside scoop on writing scripts and crafting storylines that bring the funny to TV's youngest viewers in this half-day workshop.

Hit-Mapping: Building a Five-Year Brand Plan That Works

What makes a hit? What kinds of revenue goals and signposts indicate this level of success? And how do the industry's best brand managers chart a property's progress across platforms to build 360-degree traction? Sit in and learn from an experienced IP guru how to build a five-year brand plan that puts your kids project on the road to evergreen success.