CMA is very excited to introduce The Fred Rogers Company as our corporate sponsor! Based in Pittsburgh, The Fred Rogers Company produces Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Peg + Cat,and Odd Squad for PBS KIDS as well as Through the Woods for the streaming app Curious World.
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
On Tuesday, February 21st, Abhi Arya lead the Children’s Media Association in a talk on game-based learning. As the co-founder of Sandbox & Co, Arya had plenty to share on how his company has acquired and developed some of the leading brands in kids game-based learning. Titles in their portfolio include Poptropica, TinyBop, Funbrain, and … Continue reading Game-Based Storytelling with Abhi Arya
On Thursday, January 11th, CMA hosted NY production powerhouse Out of the Blue at the National Opera Center of America. At the event, producers Samantha Freeman, Alexandra Cassel, Sarah Wallendjack and Wendy Harris shared the company’s founding story and how it has become a leading name in the industry. With 12 years of business … Continue reading Inside Out of the Blue
On Monday, October 30th, CMA hosted The Tipping Point, our first annual Story Time event. The evening showcased six speakers in the industry, sharing their stories on “the tipping point” in their careers. The night made for many laughs but also deep and varied insight into how our colleagues have maneuvered their way in the … Continue reading The Tipping Point: First Annual Story Time with CMA
This month CMA took a field trip to the The Future of Storytelling Festival. The outing was led by CMA’s President LaToye Adams at Snug Harbor on Staten Island. FOST University was offering a lot to the visitors including exhibits, panel discussions and interactive games. There were over a hundred exhibits throughout the Snug Harbor … Continue reading CMA Field Trip: The Future of Storytelling Festival
New York Comic Con has been a massive success since its premiere in 2006, and it’s only grown since. NYCC supplies fans of various toys, games, and brands an opportunity to take part in specialized booths, panels, and events over the course of four fun-filled days. And with comic book culture becoming more prevalent in … Continue reading New York Comic Con 2017: Technology and New Releases Win Over Pop Culture Fans of All Ages