July 2, 2014 admin


It’s that time of year again when the children’s entertainment industry descends on Sheffield.

The Children’s Media Conference is one of the biggest events in the industry’s calendar and once again, Plug-in Media will be  contributing right across the three days of the conference.

On Thursday, our producer Carys Rowan has produced a session on “The Learning Landscape” where the role of digital content in education will be discussed. With statements such as “No one wants to play an educational game” being debated, this looks set to be one of the most talked about sessions of the conference.
The Learning Landscape >

Later on Thursday, Juliet is producing a Commissioner Conversation, where delegates will have the opportunity to meet games commissioners working for CBBC, CBeebies and Channel 4. This is an excellent opportunity to hear what commissioners are looking for and the session will be hosted by The Guardian’s Stuart Dredge.
Commissioner Conversation: Games >

On Friday, Juliet is the Executive Producer on the Innovation Forum, which will discuss the importance of new ideas in the children’s digital landscape by presenting a series of case studies and debating the role innovation has to play in creating awesome children’s content for the newest generation of consumers.
Innovation Forum >

Finally Dom will be making an appearance on the Service with a Smile panel. He’ll be talking about the challenges and successes in developing our own IP whilst continuing to deliver outstanding interactive service work for our clients. With representatives across TV, animation and interactive this session will have broad appeal to anyone trying to balance product and service in their business models.
Service with a Smile >

Dom, Juliet and Carys will be at sessions and workshops across the conference… and at the bar as well, chatting and networking with as many of the 900+ delegates as possible. If you’d like to say hello and arrange a meeting, we have the perfect email address for you! Just drop us a note using

Plug-in Media’s CMC Page >