CMA Presents The Red Chair Series: A Conversation with Amy Friedman and Brown Johnson

June 26th made for another amazing Red Chair event, featuring Brown Johnson, Executive Vice President and Creative Director at Sesame Workshop. Sponsored by Sesame Workshop,Fred Rogers Productions, Rhumba, Beatstreet, and the Centre for Social Innovation, the event was packed with in-depth conversation, networking, and a surprise guest...or two. The evening kicked off with CMA’s perennial … Continue reading CMA Presents The Red Chair Series: A Conversation with Amy Friedman and Brown Johnson

Screen Disrupter – The Rise of Children’s Podcasts

On April 25th, CMA hosted Screen Disrupter: The Rise of Children’s Podcasts at Retro Report in Manhattan. The event consisted of a panel of kid-friendly podcast producers: Meredith Halpern Ranzer, David Kreizman, Lee Overtree, and Andy Bowers, who talked business models, processes, and the benefits of this media. Meredith Halpern Ranzer, Tinkercast’s Chief Executive for … Continue reading Screen Disrupter – The Rise of Children’s Podcasts

Writer’s Group: Teaching Femmes Through Theater at Women Make Movies in Manhattan

On April 11th, CMA hosted Writer’s Group: Teaching Femmes Through Theater at Women Make Movies in Manhattan. The workshop was hosted by the viBe Theater Experience, an NYC based organization focused on providing free after-school theater programs for girls. In addition to theater, the program empowers underserved teenage girls to express themselves through performance, video, … Continue reading Writer’s Group: Teaching Femmes Through Theater at Women Make Movies in Manhattan

Movers and Shakers: Women in Children’s TV

On March 22nd, CMA hosted Movers and Shakers: Women in Children’s TV, in honor of Women’s History Month. Moderated by Lynne McVeigh, a professor at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, the evening posed various questions to an esteemed panel on how they have navigated the children’s media space and how they see a more … Continue reading Movers and Shakers: Women in Children’s TV