Online platform Kidobi picks up Bananas in Pyjamas

Online video platform Kidobi has announced that Bananas in Pyjamas will be added to its library of preschool videos available in the US.
September 18, 2013

Online video platform Kidobi has announced that Bananas in Pyjamas will be added to its library of preschool videos available in the US.

Aimed at kids ages two to six the series is now available online or through Kidobi’s mobile apps. The series was licensed through Endemol Worldwide Distribution in a deal negotiated by David Wollos, content ambassador for Kidobi and Matt Creasey, SVP sales and acquisitions for Endemol Worldwide Distribution.

Currently in 235 countries, Bananas in Pyjamas is the 3D CGI animated, children’s series featuring the adventures of twins B1 and B2.

The platform features programming from other international leaders’ in the field of children’s media, including Sky Vision, Studio 100 Media and Germany’s Your Family Entertainment, owner of one of Europe’s biggest program libraries.

Kidobi creates personalized learning channels for every viewer in order to give each child the right content at the right time. All the content is pre-screened and rated by early childhood experts. Parents also have the ability to guide the programming using Kidobi’s unique personalization tools. Kidobi removes parents’ guesswork by automatically generating customized video playlists for children.

Bananas in Pyjamas is produced by Southern Star Entertainment / Southern Star Singapore (An Endemol Group Company) in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at


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