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Disney opens second Accelerator program for startups

Following the success of its inaugural mentorship and investment program in 2014 for tech startups looking to make an impact with new media and entertainment products, Disney is now accepting applications for its 2015 Accelerator initiative.

PBS KIDS launches branded YouTube channel

Long known for its innovation in the online space, pubcaster PBS KIDS is now turning its attention to YouTube with the launch of its first branded channel.

Lily’s Driftwood Bay heads to Netflix, international nets

The Jim Henson Company’s third-party licensing and distribution label, HIP (Henson Independent Properties), has struck a number of broadcast and digital licensing deals for preschool series Lily’s Driftwood Bay.

Amazon Prime UK picks up 68 hours of programming from Fremantle

SVOD service Amazon Prime Instant Video UK is diving deeper into kids programming, thanks to a new multi-program deal with FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment.

The Beet Party goes to Fuhu

The “beet” boxing veggies of The Beet Party, a co-production from Korea’s Redrover and Canada’s ToonBox Entertainment, are bringing the party to tablet maker Fuhu’s line of nabi tablets.

Star Wars Rebels takes over Club Penguin

Following the success of its Frozen-themed takeover, kids virtual world Club Penguin has now joined forces with Disney XD’s hit series Star Wars Rebels for its latest monthly party.


Our fall edition of iKids Digital is now available! We’re taking a look at the migration of virtual worlds to mobile, how to find success in the mobile education space, wearable tech for kids and much more.


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