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Vme Kids hits the Caribbean

Vme Kids, Vme's Spanish-language cable channel for Latino preschoolers, has launched in Puerto Rico via the country's Public Broadcasting Corporation.
July 21, 2011

Vme Kids, Vme’s Spanish-language cable channel for Latino preschoolers, has launched in Puerto Rico via the country’s Public Broadcasting Corporation.

WIPR, Choice and Liberty Cable now offer the 24/7 Spanish channel for preschoolers across the Caribbean island.

With Spanish TV’s largest slate of preschool programming already on air, Vme Kids is the exclusive Spanish-language home for Barney, Bob the Builder, Angelina Ballerina and Thomas & Friends. The channel’s library of programs also includes Plaza Sesamo and LazyTown.

Viewers of Vme Kids in Puerto Rico will also be treated to a series of interstitial programming called Mundo Peque, which features young children and the hosts from Vme’s popular programs like TuBebé, Planeta Feroz, Vme Cocina, MiMascota, En Pantalla and Nota Musical.  WIPR will add newly created interstitial programming in English to continue to introduce the audience to learning in both languages.

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