See Jane Salon – Keeping Up with Generation Z

Hosted by Creative Arts Agency (CAA)
June 6, 2016

Our world is transforming into a diverse global culture. By the end of this decade, according to Census Bureau projections, no single racial or ethnic group will constitute a majority of children under 18. The media landscape is dramatically shifting from content to consumption to distribution. Content creators are re-inventing how they conceive, produce and distribute content to appeal to how Generation Z consumes content in a non-demand digital life. Generation Z is seeking entertainment that reflects the diverse stories of their world and how they see themselves in society.

Event Info

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Generation Z Panelists

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Susan Cartsonis, Jodi Goldberg, Annie Leal, Yara Shahidi, Geena Davis, Shauna Phelan, Maggie Chieffo and Madeline Di Nonno

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Geena Davis, Founder, Geena Davis on Gender in Media

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Madeline DiNonno, CEO, Geena Davis on Gender in Media

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Candice Michele Barley, Christy Lee Hughes and Meg Cavanagh

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Kristofer McNeeley, Valerie Weiss, Maggie Chieffo, Christy Lee Hughes, Christy Lee Hughes and Maggie Lyons

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Salon Attendees

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Susan Cartsonis, Producer, The Duff

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Jodi Goldberg, Director of Content, American Girl Brands, Mattel Creations

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Annie Leal, Social Media Manager, MiTu

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Maggie Chieffo, General Manager, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Yara Shahidi, Actor, Black-ish

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Shauna Phelan, Head of Development and Production, AwesomenessTV

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Annnie Leal, Jodi Goldberg, Susan Cartsonis and Maggie Chieffo

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Generation Z Attendees

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Generation Z Attendees

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Christy Lee Hughes, Elizabeth Kilpatrick, Development Director, Geena Davis on Gender in Media, and Jazmin Borad, Programming Director, Geena Davis on Gender in Media

See Jane Salon - Generation Z

Salon Attendees

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