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CTR March 2015: BolognaRagazzi Digital Award Results, YouTube Kids, Toy Fair Huddle

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Children’s Technology Review March 2015 Volume 23, No. 3, Issue 180

ANNOUNCING THE 2015 BOLOGNA RAGAZZIDIGITAL AWARD WINNERS

Which interactive media products raised the bar on a global scale when it comes to storytelling and story making? This year there was one winner, four mentions and ten short list selections, out of 192 entries. The jurors made a video commentary that explains the reasoning behind the choices. See page 4.

THE ANNUAL TOY FAIR HUDDLE VIDEO
Did you miss Toy Fair last month? Don’t worry. We made a video that summarizes the big trends, which include cloud-based toys like the latest edition of Barbie, called “Hello Barbie,” the maker movement, and the further influence of apps. All were discussed in some detail at this year’s annual Toy Fair Huddle, which has been posted as an unlisted link.

LITTLECLICKERS: OIL RIGS
Chances are, the gas in your mom or dad’s car came from some type of oil rig. The rigs at sea are like mini cities with exercise rooms and helicopters. Which one is the biggest? What’s it like to work on one? What happens if there’s a hurricane? See page 3 or visit

FEATURE ARTICLE: The Influence of YouTube Kids on Children’s Television

Back in the olden days children learned to tune a rabbit ears antenna or search for the remote. Here’s why YouTube Kids will indelibly change (what’s left of) children’s television …

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