• Search Keywords

  • Year

  • Production Status

  • Genre

  • Co-production

  • SA Supported

  • Indigenous creative

  • Length

  • Technique

market Profiles
KidScreen Summit

MIAMI, USA | Children's Television

13 February 2017
16 February 2017


KidScreen is the largest and most important event of the year for kids entertainment executives.

Decision- and deal-makers in the kids business attend so they can engage in critical dialogue on issues that affect the industry; take advantage of some of the industry's best networking opportunities; recognise and understand current market needs, opportunities and challenges; learn more about key innovators and their vision; and find and share ideas that will drive their businesses forward.

Additionally, KidScreen Summit will be jam-packed with opportunities to network, exchange ideas and hone skills, including Speed Networking and Pitching sessions and intimate and in-depth round-table talk at the targeted slate of workshops.

KidScreen Summit unites a unique cross-section of executives from all seniority levels and sectors of the increasingly interrelated kids entertainment industry. Access to senior-level decision-makers is unparalleled.

  • Programmers, buyers and acquisitions execs
  • Producers and distributors of TV, film and digital media content
  • Creators and developers of kid-targeted IP
  • Licensors and licensees of kids’ entertainment properties
  • Toy companies
  • Retailers
  • Marketers, ad and promotions agencies
  • Broadcast and digital media managers and marketers

Attendee tips

"Kidscreen is a great place to take projects in development as compared to MIP Junior and MIPCOM, where projects looking for production financing and distribution are better suited."

"Kidscreen is a terrific market for meetings in a casual setting. It was easy to get around, there was a good cross-section of producers, broadcasters and even a handful of book publishers and game developers."

"Kidscreen produces a global pitch guidebook, published online, which was very useful as it provided a snapshot of broadcaster needs."

"My impression this year is that broadcasters want brands, they want 2–3 seasons from a product and thus it needs to have legs. Many broadcasters don’t want to commit until the 'package' is in place."

"Any producer interested in makings kids product should attend this market. It provides a brutal reminder of the competition in the market, the market positioning of leading brands – Nick, Disney, Hasbro, Nat Geo, BBC Worldwide, as well as the interrelationship of merchandising the product and the programming."

"The key emerging trend at Kidscreen 2010 was the role of the Transmedia Producer."

"The practice of encouraging first time participants to attend with a mentor is a good thing."

This information is to be used as a guide only and is of a general nature. Screen Australia has undertaken all reasonable measures to ensure its accuracy and specifically disclaims any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly of the use and application of any of the contents. Exact registration details are available on the market website.