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Kidoodle.TV Aligns with ScreenHits  TV 


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Kidoodle.TV, owned and operated by A Parent Media Co. (APMC), and ScreenHits  TV have partnered to bring safe streaming for kids and parents across all entertainment platforms.

The newly launched ScreenHits TV app enables users to stream everything in one place. The partnership with the Kidoodle.TV streaming service will provide parents with a safe environment to stream  kids’  content via tablet, smart TV or mobile phone. The service is currently being offered for free to ScreenHits TV customers.

Rose Adkins Hulse, CEO of  ScreenHits TV, said: “ScreenHits TV carefully sources  Safe Streaming  channels for our users, such as Kidoodle.TV and then ensures through our One PIN that once kids are searching for content across all streaming platforms within ScreenHits TV they are not then guided to potentially unsafe content. Kidoodle.TV shares in our belief system and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have them as part of the ScreenHits TV app.”

Brenda  Bisner, chief content officer at Kidoodle.TV, said:  “Kidoodle.TV’s  relevant and expansive lineup of content, including titles such PAW Patrol shorts, Talking Tom,  YuGiOh and many others, demonstrate quality programming that children around the world love. With over 25,000 episodes, we have one of the largest streaming libraries for kids and we are committed to continuously broadening our offering of  Safe Streaming content on Kidoodle.TV globally.”

Neil Gruninger, APMC’s president and chief product officer, added: “As a  Safe Streaming  service, we’re extremely excited to have Kidoodle.TV available through  ScreenHits TV. Both companies take children’s online safety extremely seriously and this is a great opportunity to have our impressive library of quality, fun and safe content introduced to even more families. It is our mission to provide maximum value to parents by ensuring access to the Kidoodle.TV service without a fee.”






About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]

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