Media & Children 5th World Summit
SUMMIT DAY 4
SUMMIT DAY 4
28 MARCH- (WEDNESDAY)
THEME: Celebrating Childrenĺs Media- Achievements
Worldwide children watch more television and films than adults. But owing to funding imperatives, production and programming tend to appeal more to adults than children. Yet investors know that commercials that target children can also reap lucrative returns. Moreover, todayĺs listening and viewing child is tomorrowĺs paying and buying parent. Childrenĺs programmes thus constitute a worthy investment for production houses. The Summit will explore some success stories in childrenĺs programmes as models of excellence as well as strategies to enhance childrenĺs media. In addition, the Summit will look at ways and means to advance Summit resolutions with regard to the media as a tool for advancing global peace and enhancing participatory democracy. In the final analysis, it will be the children who will reconfigure the new parameters of our global citizenship.
Chairperson: Nadia Bulbulia
2) Michael Cohen- Mobile New Lab
3) Latin America
5) Al Jazeera ľ Children Arab/ Muslim
6) Emmy Project
Chairperson: Shelley Barry
Plenary: Celebrating Childrenĺs Media and Proposing Way Forward
Mimi Brazeau- Plan International, Jenny Buckland- Childrenĺs Channel, Firdoze Bulbulia- CBFA- Childrenĺs Media Centre, Sabri Rahman, Malaysian Children Television Foundation, Mahmoud Bouneb- JCC, Rayén Condeza -Children and Youth Media Policy, Chile and Beth Carmona ľProject ôMostra Escolaö, Greg Childs ľSave Kids TV, UK, Japan- China- India?
FINAL PERFORMANCE: CARNIVAL
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