New York Media Works Launches Children’s Literature Portal KidLit TV
Publishing company and content provider fetes dedicated children’s literature YouTube channel and website
New York Media Works and Kid Lit TV founder Julie Gribble noticed there was a wealth of informational videos and children’s literature news that was scattered around the Internet. Gribble sought to connect authors, illustrators, publishing professionals, educators and parents under one umbrella with this information. KidLit TV is a one stop shop for anyone interested in children’s literature.
KidLit TV will feature curated videos and articles, and original content including a weekly web series; StoryMakers, a one of a kind kid lit talk show. Hosted by School Library Journal, and Huffington Post contributor Rocco Staino, StoryMakers will provide engaging interviews with notable kid lit creators, and catalysts. StoryMakers is produced by Gribble, an Emmy nominated veteran of the television industry.
The accompanying live stream of the launch event will be hosted by marketer, and writerpreneur Katie Davis. The hour long live stream starting at 7:00 PM EST will be broadcast via YouTube.
“KidLit TV is more than a website and YouTube channel, it is a community,” says Gribble. “Our aim is to inspire, educate, and entertain anyone who is a champion of children’s literature.”
ABOUT NEW YORK MEDIA WORKS
New York Media Works (NYMW) (http://nymediaworks.com) is a boutique publishing company and content provider for new media, film, theater, and television. Located in the heart of TriBeCa, NYMW collaborates with artists and filmmakers from around the world to create inspiring and compelling stories, to entertain audiences of all ages.
ABOUT KIDLIT TV
KidLit TV (http://kidlit.tv) connects authors and illustrators to a wider audience by using quality video content, social media, and partnerships with the television production community to promote children’s literature.
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