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Children’s Media Conference openly animates with Spinning Clock

Spinning Clock create open animations to engage audiences at Children's Media Conference

The Children’s Media Conference (CMC) has appointed Spinning Clock to provide the opening animations for the days' events.

Spinning Clock has created six animations which will run in front of every one of the 60 keynotes, workshops, panels and masterclasses.

The CMC is following the theme of ‘Open’ with relevant, challenging and inspiring content to open the audiences’ minds to the exciting range and diversity of people, ideas and approaches that sustain the UK kids’ media industry. The CMC aims to promote the theme of being open for business to open young minds.

Greg Childs, editorial director at CMC said: “The Children’s Media Conference is the only event of its kind that changes its 'look' every year. We feel we owe it to the kids’ creative community to show them something different and this year Spinning Clock has been spot-on - doing just that. I think the 1200 or so delegates at CMC are going to love the fresh look, and Spinning Clock's great interpretation of our quite obscure theme ‘open’, with animations that express the kids' world to adults in the most economical way.”

Matt Buck, project manager at Spinning Clock said: “As big supporters of the CMC conference, we jumped at the chance to sponsor this event with our creative time. We’re really proud of the final animations. They’re fun and sophisticated and they embody the tone of the kids creative community.”

Spinning Clock is a full service creative agency who work with clients such as CWT, BBC and Capita.

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