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Kids Media
05/06/2019

The Rise of the Kidpreneur: Age is Only a Number

In 2019, kids are big in business. From fictional movies to real life news stories, today's kids are more and more being presented as capable business owners, leaders and moguls - as 'kidpreneurs'. The number of self-employed young people in the UK has doubled since 2001 and school subjects like…
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Childrens Media Conference 2019 - Hook Research
Hook NewsKids Media
05/06/2019

Children’s Media Conference 2019 – How should Youth Brands Use Audio?

Hook will be heading to the Children's Media Conference 2019 to host a panel conversation about the impact of kids spoken-word audio content (podcasts, smart speakers, voice, and audiobooks) on the wider youth media landscape - a conversation that will be built on the back of a piece of proprietary…
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Kids Media
02/05/2019

Toy Trends in 2019: Illuminating the Future Face of Play

Attend enough kids groups, and - whatever the topic - you're more than likely to get a sense of the things that are getting young people excited: whether that's the newest videos and songs on YouTube, the biggest games (like Fortnite), and the most engaging toys. The latter are regularly…
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Boxy Girls
Brand StrategyKids Media
17/01/2019

Boxy Girls – Unboxing Kids Trends in 2019

With Christmas over and the new year firmly underway, one gift kids have been receiving this festive period represents current kids trends better than any other – Boxy Girls. At first glance, Boxy Girls might seem no different from the innumerable other brands in your average toy shop. Bratz, Barbie…
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Each month, Hook's experts create a roundup of hot takes and insights into the Kids and Media industries... for free!

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DON'T MISS OUT!
Each month, Hook's experts create a roundup of hot takes and insights into the Kids and Media industries... for free!

This information will never be shared with third parties.