Hi, I'm moderating a panel on Children's content at NALIP Media Summit in LA next month. If you know anyone who might want to attend, please share the link. The panel is  free if you RSVP.

Children’s Content in Media (75 minutes) – Friday, 6/6 – 4:15-5:30pm

The panel will feature representatives from PBS Kids, CPB, and one writer/producer.
Audience: Producers, writers, directors and executives with a keen interest in children's programming. Individuals interested and/or working in the area of Children television programming - from diverse network constituencies such as: Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Discovery Kids, ¡Sorpresa! TV., etc. And from relevant educational programs from higher education institutions such as: UCLA, USC, Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine University, California State University: Fullerton, California State University: Los Angeles. And from digital children programming production networks and companies such as: Netflix Kids, Amazon for Kids, TuBebé, Youtube Networks (KidsTV123) among others.
Networking: NALIP will set-up a closed-door networking 30-45 minute mixer immediately following the panel - that will serve as a connecting opportunity between panelists and audience participants desiring additional information on opportunities and projects around children’s programming and public media.
Note: You don't need to be Latino and don't need a NALIP Media Summit pass for this session. Just be interested in Children's Media of all kind: Print, Radio, Digital, TV, Film etc.
Website info: http://www.nalipmediasummit.com/childrens_content_in_media

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