‘Miffy’ Series Coming to Nick Jr. and SVOD

Two charming animated preschool series starring Dick Bruna’s little bunny heroine Miffy are coming to TV and SVOD in the US through Nickelodeon. The popular character first appeared ... Continue Reading →

Daily News Bytes

Time Warner Confirms Hulu Stake The U.S. media giant has picked up a 10% stake in the streaming service, joining fellow industry behemoths Disney, Fox and Comcast. DreamWorks Animation ... Continue Reading →

VIZ Partners with Tubi TV, Joins Comic Book Legal Defense Fund

VIZ Media made two breaking announcements following its participation at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. The leading manga and anime distributor in North America has inked a deal ... Continue Reading →

Rovio’s ToonsTV Comes to Apple TV

Rovio Entertainment’s kid-friendly ToonsTV video on demand app — which has so far accrued over 5.6 billion views — is now available worldwide through Apple TV in the ... Continue Reading →

FUNimation Launches Ad-Free Streaming Service

Announced at the CES show in Las Vegas, Funimation Entertainment is kicking off the New Year with the launch of a new ad-free HD anime streaming service, developed with Sony DADC New ... Continue Reading →

YouTube Kids Expands to U.K., Ireland

Following a successful debut in the U.S., the YouTube Kids app has arrived in the U.K. and Ireland. Since launching Stateside in February, YouTube Kids has been downloaded more than ... Continue Reading →

Hopster Expands on Apple TV

Educational kids’ entertainment app Hopster continues its successful summer with a few new developments at the London-based company. Hopster launched on Apple TV in the U.K. this ... Continue Reading →

PBS KIDS Offers New Streaming Options

PBS KIDS has announced families now have new ways to stream the tot-friendly programming on more platforms as PBS KIDS launches on Apple TV and the PBS KIDS Video App debuts on Android ... Continue Reading →

Three DHX Preschool Shows to Stream on Netflix

Toronto’s TV producer and distributor DHX Media has signed its first content deal with Netflix, offering three of its animated preschool shows—Franny’s Feet, Bo On The Go! and ... Continue Reading →