27 Aug ASK A CHILDREN’S AND FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND FUTURIST: WHERE IS KIDS MEDIA HEADING?
Child’s play, you say? The way children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers and futurists tell it, the industry is anything but. To see why, it helps to consider the avenues of research they’re often asked to review and report back on.
- Key trends in kids/family media – Working alongside media companies as children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers, reviewing the latest trends in platforms, formats, and content genres gaining traction with children & families.
- Evolution of storytelling – How storytelling is evolving across narrative styles, representation, interactivity, and worldbuilding.
- Leveraging technology – Ways that children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers and parenting futurists see technologies like AR, VR, AI, spatial computing, etc. can enhance and transform kids’ entertainment experiences.
- Rethinking engagement – Innovative approaches to engaging digitally-native kids and time-constrained families across platforms.
- Developing characters – Best practices that children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers advise for creating compelling characters that connect with today’s youth and reflect diversity.
- Optimizing user experience – Crafting intuitive, enjoyable, and educational UX tailored to child development stages.
- Data-driven insights – Applying data analytics and research findings to create more effective and relevant content.
- Multi-platform strategies – Succeeding with franchises and IPs that children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers see as able to span movies, TV, streaming, apps, games, toys, and more.
- Partnerships – Forging beneficial partnerships between content creators, distributors, brands, and retailers.
- Monetization – Monetizing kids/family IP successfully through ads, subscriptions, in-app purchases, live events, etc.
- Industry leadership – Fostering innovation, social responsibility, diversity, and positive impact as children’s and family entertainment keynote speakers within the industry.
Preparing media companies to create captivating content for the next generation seems to be the top guiding principle.