Toy Fair TV returns for third year

Published on: 2nd December 2014

The British Toy and Hobby Association has confirmed Toy Fair TV is to return for its third year Toy-Fair-logo300at Toy Fair 2015.

Hosted by TV presenters Anna Williamson and Gavin Inskip, Toy Fair TV will film live across the show floor and in the Toy Fair TV studio, which will host the Demo Zone.

Toy Fair TV will be broadcast live over 24 screens around Olympia throughout all three days of Toy Fair 2015. Anchors Anna and Gavin took time out of their schedule to explain what Toy Fair TV is all about, which can viewed here.

New for 2015 is the Toy Fair TV studio. The studio will be the main hub for programming throughout the three days, based on the gallery level next to the press office. The studio will host the Demo Zone, a Dragon’s Den style programme where exhibitors demonstrate their product in a short space of time to an audience of children – the Demo Zone kids.

Anna and Gavin commented: “We are delighted to be invited back for a third year. Toy Fair TV is a fantastic project to be involved in; we have so much fun sometimes it doesn’t feel like work.”

Majen Immink, head of Toy Fair Sales and operations added: “Toy Fair TV brings an extra buzz and energy to the show. The programming gives visitors the opportunity to discover more products and maximise their time at the show, while exhibitors get increased exposure to a wider audience.”

Toy Fair, the UK’s only toy, games, and hobby trade exhibition, returns to West London’s Olympia on Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 January 2015.

Registration is now open at Apply now for free pass and to avoid a £15 entrance charge.


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