Brian K. Roberts, co-executive producer of Not Quite Narwhal, will take attendees behind the scenes of the new DreamWorks Animation preschool series for Netflix during the TV Kids Summer Festival, which you can register for here free of charge.
Over the last ten years with DreamWorks Animation, Roberts has served as animator, director and producer on numerous award-winning series. In previous roles as co-executive producer at DreamWorks Animation, he has helped bring to life the Netflix series Dragons: Rescue Riders and VeggieTales in the House as well as Peacock’s Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky. Roberts has also served as consulting producer on DreamWorks and Netflix’s Emmy-nominated series Gabby’s Dollhouse.
Taking place June 6 to 9, the TV Kids Summer Festival will feature keynotes and panels with leading executives and creatives discussing the major trends in the children’s programming business. It will be streamed live and available on-demand on TVKidsSummerFestival.com. Unlike other events requiring hefty registration fees, attendance to the TV Kids Summer Festival is free. The inaugural festival attracted more than 1,700 participants.
Roberts joins a roster of speakers already announced that includes Disney’s Ayo Davis, M6 Group’s Maud Branly, BBC Studios’ Cecilia Persson, Builder Brothers Dream Factory’s Drew and Jonathan Scott, media cartographer Evan Shapiro, Superprod’s Clément Calvet, Mediawan’s Julien Borde, Dandelooo’s Emmanuèle Pétry-Sirvin, HARI’s Sophie “Kido” Prigent, Moonbug’s Nicolas Eglau and Andy Yeatman, Mercury Filmworks’ Heath Kenny and Chantal Ling, Cyber Group Studios’ Raphaëlle Mathieu, The WIT’s Bertrand Villegas, Sinking Ship Entertainment’s Matt Bishop, Toon2Tango’s Ulli Stoef, Banijay Kids & Family’s Delphine Dumont, ZDF Studios’ Katharina Pietzsch, Mondo TV’s Luana Perrero, 9 Story Media Group’s Katrina Hitz-Tough, Epic Story’s Ken Faier, Aardman’s Rob Goodchild, Cookbook Media’s Rob Bencal, pocket.watch’s David B. Williams, WildBrain’s Lara Ilie, Kidoodle.TV’s Brenda Bisner, HappyKids’ David Di Lorenzo, Canela Kids’ Maggie Salas-Amaro and Playground’s Daniel Nordberg.
You can register for the TV Kids Summer Festival here, free of charge.
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