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BAFTA: Crossing Over - Tv, Games And Interactive Collaborations In Children's Content

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Hello All, Here is something interesting for you: Can blurring the lines between TV, games and interactive create new types of entertainment for children? BAFTA is delighted to be working with Showcomotion Children’s Media Conference (www.showcomotionconference.com) and Crossover Labs (http://www.crossoverlabs.org) on this innovative event. We will present case studies of successful crossover activity, plus pitches from creatives who developed original cross-platform project ideas during a five-day Crossover Kids Lab. Speakers include representatives from Traveller’s Tales, Rare and other leading developers, publishers, broadcasters and multiplatform production companies. Check the BAFTA website for further details. http://www.bafta.org/calendar-event...=20081211000000

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Check the BAFTA website for further details. http://www.bafta.org/calendar-event...=20081211000000
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