CMA OFFERS FREE 3-MONTH MEMBERSHIP

CHILDREN’S MEDIA ASSOCIATION OFFERS FREE 3-MONTH MEMBERSHIP Focuses on virtual events and digital offerings to connect its national and international community of children’s media changemakers NEW YORK CITY, April 8, 2020—In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Children's Media Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to excellence in children’s media, is offering 3 months of free … Continue reading CMA OFFERS FREE 3-MONTH MEMBERSHIP

Member Spotlight: Adrian Rothschild

 Meet Adrian, a creative producer focused on storytelling through emerging technologies. Adrian currently works at ViacomCBS focusing on the production of apps, prototypes, and experiences using various technologies. Adrian found his way to kids media by way of film school and non-profit work. How did you get interested in children’s media? I went to film … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Adrian Rothschild

Third Annual StoryTime: Reflections

CMA’s Third Annual StoryTime took place on Monday, November 18. There was an excited crowd of people present, enjoying the good food, drinks, and company. They also placed final bids on Silent Auction items. As the event began, everyone settled into their seats, eager to hear stories on the theme of reflection!  Read on for … Continue reading Third Annual StoryTime: Reflections

Member Spotlight: Carly Ciarrocchi

Meet Carly! Her journey in children’s television began in 2012 when she was hired as a host and writer for Sprout’s Sunny Side Up, a live morning show for preschoolers. She created original interstitial content every week for five years - it was a fast-paced, 360० immersion into kids’ media. And right now, you can … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Carly Ciarrocchi

Everything You Need to Know to Make Great Children’s Television

On May 23rd the Children’s Media Association, The Producers Guild of America, and Sesame Workshop hosted Everything You Need to Know to Make Great Children’s Television. The all-star panel of notable children’s media names garnered plenty of buzz and excitement ahead of the event (the event sold out right away!), which included President of WonderWhy … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know to Make Great Children’s Television

An Evening of Play at the New York Hall of Science

On March 5th, 2019 the Children’s Media Association and the National Association for Museum Exhibition hosted An Evening of Play at the New York Hall of Science. The evening included a panel moderated by NYSCI Vice President of Youth Development, Priya Mohabir and exploratory play with Dr. Leilah Lyons in the Connected Worlds exhibit and … Continue reading An Evening of Play at the New York Hall of Science

NAMLE/Media Literacy Week: Gender in Children’s Media

  On November 7th, CMA hosted our annual Media Literacy Week event with the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). Sherri Hope Culver, the director for the Center for Media and Information Literacy at Temple University, led an exciting and in-depth discussion on gender in children’s media. The event made for a topical view … Continue reading NAMLE/Media Literacy Week: Gender in Children’s Media