Kicking off the trio of keynotes on Oct. 6 is Brian Robbins, founder and president of AwesomenessTV, the teen YouTube network that was acquired by DreamWorks in May.
In the afternoon, Sandy Wax, president and general manager of the 24-hour preschool network Sprout will take the stage, to give her views on kids’ programming.
Wax will be followed by Michael Acton Smith, chief executive officer of Mind Candy, creator of Moshi Monsters who will discuss the future of digital kids’ brands.
A series of other networking and educational events will flesh out the two-day program, including a networking lunch on Saturday hosted in partnership with Turner Broadcasting and the chance to pitch licensing agents from a range of territories including Russia, Asia Pacific and the Americas.
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