HappyKids.tv continues to expand its massive kid’s library, now with more than 55,000 shows and movies for young audiences. The free streaming app announced that Kidtagious and Millimages have chosen HappyKids.tv as their preferred platform, bringing 525 new episodes from their popular libraries to the platform.
HappyKids.tv is on its way to becoming the leading source for kids programming with content from Lego, Pokémon, Moonbug, Mattel, and more. Titles from these distributors include Barbie, Thomas & Friends and Hot Wheels from Mattel, and Lego Ninjago and Friends from Lego, just to name a few. The platform has seen a 160% growth year over year and now reaches an average of 6 million unique monthly viewers.
“Kidtagious and Millimages are recognized leaders in family programming,” said David DiLorenzio, SVP Kids & Family at Future Today. “Together, they bring an extensive and unduplicated library of content that is both innovative and entertaining and will keep our audience captivated and engaged. They are the perfect complement to our existing library.”
Future Today is the largest publisher of family-focused content on streaming platforms with a portfolio of over 150 channels which the company manages through its cloud-based platform for studios, distribution companies and influencers.
“Future Today offers a best-in-class platform that will instantly introduce millions of new fans to our programming,” said Kerry Novick, SVP of Global Sales & Acquisitions at Kidtagious. “HappyKids delivers a kids-safe environment, and as one of the largest providers of children’s programming across connected TVs (CTV), it’s the perfect platform to deliver our content.”
HappyKids.tv is available on multiple devices, including Roku, Apple TV, AndroidTV, Amazon Fire TV and more, and now available as a linear channel on Vizio Smart TV.
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