FAST Festival Adds Kids Track with Chris M. Williams & Eric Berger


The FAST Festival, which kicks off July 25, is set to feature keynotes from Chris M. Williams, CEO and founder of, and Eric Berger, CEO and co-founder of Common Sense Networks. You can register for the event here for free.

As CEO of, Williams is responsible for setting the company’s vision and cultivating a working environment where his management team is able to perform at the top of their abilities. At Common Sense Networks, Berger helped co-found a business that sources, certifies and programs the safest short-form content for kids and families under the brand Sensical. He has partnered with hundreds of kid creators and launched distribution and monetization that includes AVOD, FAST and SVOD offerings.

ONLY those registered will receive access to our Exclusive White Paper on FAST trends, featuring key intel from the event in a compact, easy-to-digest format. See the Exclusive White Paper from the TV Kids Summer Festival here.

The FAST Festival will explore the booming FAST and AVOD segment, delivering keynotes and panels with leading FAST channel operators, AVOD acquisition executives and distributors. It will be streamed live and available on-demand on Unlike other events requiring hefty registration fees, attendance to the FAST Festival is free, offering sponsors the opportunity to reach executives who subscribe to our five daily newsletters. Our virtual festivals attract an average of 1,700 participants.

The roster of speakers already announced includes Tubi’s Adam Lewinson, Pluto TV’s Olivier Jollet, Warner Bros. Discovery’s David Decker, Samsung TV Plus’s Jennifer Batty and Aline Jabbour, Rakuten TV’s Marcos Milanez, NBCUniversal’s Matt Schnaars, Fremantle’s Jens Richter, Banijay Rights’ Shaun Keeble, All3Media International’s Gary Woolf, ITV Studios’ Graham Haigh and Cineflix Rights’ Mike Gould. Look for more announcements in the coming weeks.

You can sign up for your free registration here.

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