By: Katherine Barfield On March 18, 2021, Buzzfeed obtained an internal memo from Facebook stating that Facebook plans to launch a version of Instagram for Kids under 13. This came two days after Instagram published a blog post called “Continuing to Make Instagram Safer for the Youngest Members of Our Community” which addressed bullying, adult predators, … Continue reading Who Wants Cookies for Breakfast?
CMA members Caroline and Katherine Brickley, twin sisters and co-founders of Blossom, an independent children's media company, began developing their new children's picture book, The Friendly Bookshelf, more than a year ago. As the story addresses critical social-emotional learning components in a never-before-seen way, the sisters wanted to find a child development expert to collaborate on this project with … Continue reading Mentorship Program Sparks Opportunity for Collaboration
Get an inside look into CMA’s Inaugural Mentorship Program and some tips for making the most of your own mentorship experiences!
On August 26th, the Children’s Media Association partnered with Common Sense Media to host a conversation on how kids can find content that reflects their own stories. Betsy Bozdech (Common Sense Media) moderated the passionate group of experts that included Kim Berglund (Disney Jr.), Steven Wolf Pereira (Encantos), and Kevin Clark (George Mason University). Each … Continue reading A Clearer View of the World through Reflective Media
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