In Western countries, we find every other kids entertainment channel coming up with animated serials for kids that are not only entertaining but educative too.
Compared to that, India has just a handful number of studios that make animated serials only for international channels and OTT platforms. But there are only a few Indian channels that cater to such stuff in the country.
In lieu of this, Dveo Media has organised a OTTv Kids & Animation summit, 2017 at Taj Lands End on 22nd November.
The summit will bring together the major players and leading executives of Kids & Animation business in India on a single platform to share their views on the present and future strategies and on the new opportunities in Kids Entertainment arena.
The keynote address will be delivered by Akash Banerji, Head of Marketing & Partnerships, Viacom 18 Digital Ventures with emphasis on ‘The evolution and future of Kids Entertainment in the digital video space’.
The key topics that will be highlighted at the summit in the panel discussions will be ‘What content & story telling strategies for kids? How is the Kids content consumption evolving across TV & OTT platforms? How to keep the content experience safe for kids? Do kids’ reality shows have more negative than positive impact on participants & young audiences? How are new animation trends transforming kids content? Kids Entertainment: Merchandising, Marketing & Monetization’.
Over 20 C-Level executives and business heads will attend the summit as executive panelists and speakers.
These professionals will be from reputed companies like Viacom 18 Digital Ventures, ALT Balaji, Hungama, Discovery Kids Network, BARC India, Brown Bag Films, Green Gold Animation, Toonz Media, Maya Digital Studios, One Digital Entertainment, Lattu Kids, Jugnu Kids, Digibooster, Frames, ICOM Global, iRealities, ILO Entertainment, VideoGyan, Graphiti Multimedia and Punnaryug Artvision.
Commenting on the event Deepak Ramsurrun, CEO and Director of Events of Dveo Media said, “OTTv Kids & Animation will focus on the growth potential of Kids Entertainment in TV and digital video platforms in India. The debates will also highlight on the achievements of Indian animation studios and home-grown characters potential for international recognition. Merchandising of kids’ content will also be an important segment of the discussions while BARC India will provide insights on kids’ content consumption trending.”