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Mansha Daswani

Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on mdaswani@worldscreen.com.

Keynote: M6’s Philippe Bony

Philippe Bony, the head of thematic and youth channels at M6 Group, outlined the strategies the company has put in place to keep its market-leading portfolio at the forefront of the French kids’ sector at the TV Kids Summer Festival this morning.

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Anatomy of a Hit

Fresh TV’s Tom McGillis and Jennifer Pertsch and CAKE’s Ed Galton discussed how the Total Drama franchise has evolved and maintained its hit status in the kids’ market at the TV Kids Summer Festival.

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Keynote: Disney’s Ayo Davis

As executive VP of creative development and strategy at Disney Branded Television, Ayo Davis discussed the live-action slate she oversees for Disney+, Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior and the traits she looks for in talent behind and in front of the camera at the TV Kids Summer Festival.

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Oh Canada!

WildBrain’s Josh Scherba, Guru Studio’s Frank Falcone, marblemedia’s Mark Bishop, Portfolio’s Joy Rosen and Atomic Cartoons’ Richard Goldsmith weighed in on financing models, expansion and more in a TV Kids Summer Festival panel focused on the Canadian kids’ production and distribution landscape.

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Keynote: WarnerMedia’s Tom Ascheim

Tom Ascheim, the president of Warner Bros. Global Kids, Young Adults and Classics at WarnerMedia, discussed the Redraw Your World tagline for Cartoon Network, its new preschool commitment and the kids’ slate at HBO Max in the opening keynote of the second day of the TV Kids Summer Festival.

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Changing the Face of Kids’ TV

Lion Forge’s David Steward II, Big Bad Boo’s Shabnam Rezaei and Safi Ideas’ Wa’qaar Mirza took part in a frank discussion on how far the kids’ business still has to go to fully engage with diversity and inclusion at the TV Kids Summer Festival.

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The Magic of Sesame Street

TV Kids Summer Festival viewers got to spend some time with Cookie Monster before hearing from Ed Wells about how Sesame Workshop is building its content slate and its presence across the globe.

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Keynote: YouTube’s Nadine Zylstra

Nadine Zylstra, the head of family, learning and impact at YouTube Originals, articulated her approach to partnering with top YouTube creators and producers to develop content for the platform at the TV Kids Summer Festival.

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