MIPJunior Screenings Library

The world's biggest digital library of kids TV programmes

  • MIPJunior is the biggest international digital screening venue for kids content, with over 600 buyers attending to screen 1,400 kids programmes, projects and IPs.

  • 3 great forms of visibility before / during and after the show

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    A print & online catalogue listing all programmes, projects & IPs submitted for MIPJunior.

    MipJunior 2017 icon days

    2 days of at-market screenings, copro & financing events.

    MipJunior 2017 icon days

    Catch up screenings for nine months after the market.

  • Top 30 programmes

    Some of the most requested programmes at MIPJunior 2018

    Download list of Top 30 Programmes

  • Top 10 Projects

    Some of the most requested projects at MIPJunior 2018.

    Download list of Top 10 projects

  • How does it work for buyers & commissioners?

  • View programmes, projects and IPs before, during and after MIPJunior with the Screenings Library, and discover the freshest kids’ content from around the world.

  • Step 1

    Before the show

    Programmes, projects, IPs listed in the print catalogue will be available online before the show so you can playlist the ones that interest you and start screening as soon as you arrive.

    Step 2

    During The Show

    Screen your playlist and enjoy personalised programme recommendations and dedicated screening reports.
    NEW! Share your favourite content with your colleagues onsite. Receive your dedicated screening reports at the end of the day.

    Step 3

    After the show

    Access the Screenings Library to follow up and catch up after the show. New programme recommendations will be available for you!

  • Key dates

    • 26 September 2018: Opening of the online catalogue to prepare your playlist
    • 13-14 October 2018: Discover and screen content in the Screenings Library.
    • 23 October 2018: Opening of the online Screenings Library to catch up after the show
  • How does it work for producers and distributors?

  • Register for MIPJunior and promote your content. Generate leads and target key buyers, commissioners and licensing professionals before MIPCOM.

    • Case 1: Your content is a completed programme and ready to be sold to key international buyers?
    • Case 2: Your content is still a project in “early stage”, “in development” or “in production” and you are looking for financing or partners?
    • Case 3: You have an existing property (IPs) in Publishing, Games or Apps and you wish to develop as a kids TV programme?

    The Screenings Library is the place to be to give high visibility to your content.

    The Screenings Library is also the place to submit your projects and/or IPs to the Pitching & Matchmaking events.

  • STEP 1

    Before the show

    Make sure you have purchased content credits and upload here your content in the Screenings Library so that buyers, commissioners & licensing professionals can discover it ahead of the show and playlist to screen.

    STEP 2

    During the show

    Check your screenings reports regularly to identify new business opportunities and meet with buyers & commissioners at MIPJunior & MIPCOM.

    STEP 3

    After the show

    The Screenings Library is available online for buyers & commissioners for 9 months after the show. Follow up, continue doing business and check your screening reports regularly to identify new leads.

  • Key dates

    Beginning of July 2018: Opening of the content submission platform
    13 September 2018: Deadline for content listing in the Print Catalogue
    Deadline for submitting your projects & IPs to Pitches & matchmaking events
    3 October 2018: Final deadline to submit content and videos in the Screenings Library

    Practical info

    Technical specifications for submitting your content in the Screenings Library

    If you are registered for MIPJunior and would like to purchase programme, project or IP credits, please contact Sarah Couroble.

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