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Common Sense Networks’ Eric Berger Added to TV Kids Festival Lineup


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Eric Berger, CEO of Common Sense Networks, is among the speakers taking part in the upcoming TV Kids Festival, which you can register for here free of charge.

In this role, Berger also founded and has oversight of Sensical, a free streaming service for kids ages 2 to 10 offering thousands of entertaining, age-appropriate videos. Considered by many to be the architect of premium AVOD OTT, Berger previously built the Emmy-nominated, ad-supported streaming network Crackle from the ground up and served as its general manager.

Berger joins the lineup of TV Kids Festival speakers previously announced: M6 Group’s Philippe Bony, WarnerMedia Kids & Family’s Adina Pitt, KiKA’s Sebastian Debertin, M6 Group’s Maud Branly, CBC Kids’ Marie McCann, DreamWorks Animation’s Peter Gal, Bluey’s Joe Brumm, Aardman’s Nick Park, Studio 100’s Hans Bourlon, eOne’s Olivier Dumont, Cyber Group Studios’ Pierre Sissmann, M6 Group’s Coralie Boitrelle-Laigle, Serious Kids’ Genevieve Dexter, Jetpack Distribution’s Dominic Gardiner, Dandelooo’s Emmanuèle Pétry-Sirvin, Kidoodle.TV’s Brenda Bisner, CAKE’s Daniel Bays and Atomic’s Jennifer Twiner McCarron, Matt Berkowitz and Richard Goldsmith. Look for more speaker announcements coming soon.

The TV Kids Festival will be streamed live and available on-demand on TVKidsFestival.com. Unlike other events requiring hefty registration fees, attendance to the TV Kids Festival is free. The inaugural TV Kids Festival attracted more than 1,700 participants and 24,000 views.

You can register for the TV Kids Festival here for free.






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