As Black history month comes to an end, there has been an amazing progression in content and how we as an industry are moving forward in our perception of children’s media. There has been a recent resurgence in book-to-film adaptations as an industry takes note of the great impact a written narrative can make on … Continue reading From Book to Screen: New Releases From Black Authors Make Waves and Changes in the Industry
On February 18, 2021, we gathered to discuss and share resources about Black History Month and how you use them to craft Children's media. The conversation was led by the amazing Ed Greene, who graciously donated his time in memory of Erica Branch-Ridley. Ed has been a CMA member since 2014. His passion and focus … Continue reading Black History Month: CMA Connect
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On October 28th, the Children’s Media Association hosted an event on how to create AR, AI, and VR content geared towards children. I’m personally super excited to see more interactive content made possible through AR integration so I couldn’t wait to see the visual examples the speakers had planned. The event was moderated by Sherri … Continue reading Future-Proofing: AI, AR and VR Content For Kids Event Recap
On October 24th, the Children’s Media Association hosted an exceptional panel of storytellers as they spoke on the defining moments that brought them into the children’s media world and how they found their voices. Carly Ciarrocchi (Weird but True) hosted the event with storytellers Josh Dela Cruz (Blues Clues & You!), Kay Wilson Stallings (Sesame … Continue reading CMA Storytime 2020 Recap: VOICE