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This publication details the challenges and opportunities faced by theaters in America focused on programming for young audiences, compiled from a convening held in partnership with the service organizations TYA/USA and TCG at which leaders in the field broke down the challenges of their unique business model and the potential for growth and long-term sustainability. The report also includes research on the powerful effects of exposure to theater for children and teens.
Coincidiendo con la fecha del nacimiento del escritor danés Hans Christian Andersen, el Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte celebra el jueves 2 de abril el Día Internacional del Libro Infantil y Juvenil a través de multitud de iniciativas y acciones digitales que se difundirán bajo el hashtag #Díalibroinfantilyjuvenil, con el objetivo de fomentar los libros infantiles y juveniles y la lectura en niños y jóvenes.
Audible has launched a free service called Audible Stories, a database of free audiobooks for children and teenagers.
The China Federation of Literary and Art Circles (CFLAC) has launched a program to further support the country's young literary and artistic workers, according to the federation Monday.
A new study has found that half of young people in the UK are listening to orchestral music, suggesting that more people are encountering symphonic music through the rise of gaming and digital platforms.
Youth projects across the country will receive a share of a £7 million investment as part of the Government’s commitment to level up opportunities for young people.