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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

The third CMC Friday webinar explores what’s being commissioned and made for kids that responds to or reflects the crisis – in TV, digital and social media – with expert analysis from CMC’s top regular rapporteurs and research into commissioning trends.

Click Here for the Webinar Links and Resource Handout

PLUS: Changemakers Gracie Gosling and Malik Juma. Gracie and Malik are BAFTA young presenters. Hear from them how, under lock-down conditions, they are using media to maintain their education, ramp up their entertainment and create their own content. They’ll also have news of a creative opportunity for kids at home, connected with the Young Audiences Content Fund.

This CMC Webinar took place on 15th May 2020 – stream a video of it below.

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