Senior representatives from Lime Pictures, Nine Lives Media and the BBC are to take part in a Children’s Media Question Time event at The Landing on Wednesday.
Timed to coincide with the third anniversary of BBC North’s move to Salford, the event will look at subjects including the impact of BBC Children’s move to MediaCityUK and PACT’s call for the introduction of tax breaks.
Panellists will include Phil Chalk, managing director of Factory TransMedia, Children’s BBC director Joe Godwin, Lime Pictures head of drama Rebecca Hodgson, Wolfblood director Jermain Julien and Cat Lewis, MD of Nine Lives Media.
Tim Hunter, director of learning and events at BAFTA, said: “Children’s Media Question Time at MediaCityUK aims to give broadcasters, indie production companies and producers a great platform to debate industry issues, while reflecting on the effect of BBC Children’s relocation to Salford.”
Ann Darby, director of strategic partnerships at The Landing, added: “BAFTA Children’s Media Question Time will provide production professionals the opportunity to gain industry insights straight from the biggest players in children’s media. The event has already generated a considerable amount of interest and we look forward to welcoming attendees.”
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