Kidoodle TV goes global, announces new partnerships

The child-friendly SVOD service, owned by Canada's A Parent Media Co., is now available in 145 countries via the Apple App Store and Google Play.
March 11, 2016

Following its recent expansion into 32 countries across the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific, Canada-based A Parent Media Co. (APMC), the owner of Kidoodle.TV, has made its kids SVOD platform available in 145 countries worldwide via the Apple App Store and Google Play.

In addition, APMC has partnered with online, kidSAFE-entertainer Blippi (pictured). According to AMPC, the acquisition of global content rights for the fun and educational show Blippi is in line with AMPC’s goal of working with content producers who are interested in seeing their content for kids enjoyed within safe online environments.

In other partnerships, APMC has teamed up with fellow Canadian company Micro Engineering Tech on its latest product, RoboGarden, which teaches kids coding and programming through algorithmic playing packages designed to improve their creativity and skills.

APMC also recently nabbed rights for preschool series Kit^n^Kate (16 x five minutes), which stars two small cats that hop inside a toy box, where magic ensues.

Aimed at kids 12 and under with its age-appropriate content and multiple options for parental controls, a subscription to Kidoodle.TV costs $4.99 a month for 100GB of storage. A free trial version with 2GB is also available through or by downloading the app.

Story courtesy of Kidscreen

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