Independent Producer and Venue Members
KIDS FIRST! does not endorse companies, it endorses titles on an individual basis. Each endorsed title is evaluated by the KIDS FIRST! jurors. The following companies are members of the Coalition and support its KIDS FIRST! initiative. All of them have at least one title that has been endorsed by KIDS FIRST!
Phoenix Film Festival
Woods Hole Film Festival
Flying Eagle Productions, LLC was founded by 12-year old Gerry Orz in 2013. The idea for the company was initially born after Gerry Orz produced and directed the short film "Day of Silence" at the age of 10. The film caught a lot of attention in the entertainment industry as well as within educational and activist circles. The movie became a trilogy and was released in a new format in 2013 under the title "The Equation of Life" which immediately scored a number of awards and was picked up for distribution. This is Flying Eagle Production's first foray into the entertainment marketplace.
The company's main goal is to provide educational and good quality media that can benefit generations to come. Productions directed to the younger audience will be truly created for the kids by the kids, bringing an element that will help with closing the gap between generations and uniting different audience interests into one.
Center for Media Literacy - Founded in 1989, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization providing leadership, training and consulting based on the CML MediaLit Kit, "A Framework for Learning and Teaching in a Media World." Their website is a virtual encyclopedia of media literacy information and resources including: CML Online Catalog of Teaching Resources.
Dr. Toy provides children, parents, teachers, grandparents and other adults with important year-round information about the Dr. Toy award winning products. These include toys, dolls, games, puzzles, books, software, CD-ROMs, audio and video discs and tapes, creative materials, construction toys, and much more.
The National Association for Family and Community Education has been a strong voice in promoting a healthier and better life for individuals, families, and communities. Assembling in Washington, D.C. in 1936, a determined group of rural farm women had a vision, "to strengthen adult education, to share their good sense and experience for improvement of home and community life, and to initiate and promote projects of national importance for the protection of the American family." Early efforts focused on support for a national school lunch program, development of local public health services, immunization programs for children, implementation of the first bookmobiles, and national safety programs. From the 1930's and into the 2000's FCE's mission to strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development, and community action has remained the same. Leadership through education is the key; volunteerism is the means. FCE's mission - past, present and future - connects with the needs of families.
National Council of Women's Organizations The National Council of Women's Organizations (NCWO) is a non-partisan network of over 240 organizations representing more than 12 million women. Affiliates, which include America's leading women's research, service and advocacy groups, are diverse and their platforms vary. All, however, work for women's equal participation in the economic, social and political life of our country and the world. Our numbers are the critical force that gives NCWO its power and strength. In addition to organizational members, NCWO welcomes individual members.
- The world leader in live internet talk radio broadcasting
- Features more than 200 hosts talking about a variety of topics—from sports and finance to kids, health, hobbies, pop culture, business and more.
- 4,000,000 listeners per month
- Minimum “sticky factor” of 24-25 minutes per listener.
- Internet Radio Demographics:
* Approximately 50% Female/50% Male – varies by channel
* 57% of Female listeners are between 25-49
* 62% of Male listeners are between 25-55
* 68% tune in 3+ times/week