KiddZtube is looking to expand its offer by licensing more kids’ shows.
KiddZtube, owned by edtech company magikbee, is one of the fastest-growing streaming platforms for preschool kids, and is looking to expand its offer by licensing more kids’ shows. It has five thousand videos so far and millions of views per month.
Magikbee has recently signed several license agreements. In June, the company closed deals with ZeptoLab to include “Om Nom Stories” on KiddZtube, and, supported by Edutainment Licensing, with Yellow Spot Productions (for “Super Geek Heroes”), with Little Smart Planet (for the series with the same name), and with Next Animation Studio Limited (for “Out of This Word” and “nxBEATS”). In July, also with the help of Edutainment Licensing, Magikbee licensed “Lea & Pop”, from Momko Net.
WHAT KIDDZTUBE IS LOOKING FOR
KiddZtube is hunting series of any type (cartoons, stories, learning shows, songs, arts & crafts) for different ages – babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and grade-schoolers up to 8 years old. The shows must be aligned with kiddZtube culture: fun, educational, gender-neutral, and with a global appeal.
“We want more than just appropriate videos for a certain age group. We are committed to providing engaging, top quality content.”, says Hugo Ribeiro, magikbee’s CEO. This is in fact the company’s motto. All videos are organized by categories and adequate agegroups, and are reviewed by real-life teachers before they’re made available in the app. This means kids can use the app safely with no need for adult supervision at all, and while having a fun experience. Another feature that makes this app special is the quiz questions on the videos, teaching spelling, colors, emotions, directions, and more, stimulating non-passive viewing.
ABSOLUTELY KID-FRIENDLY APP
Parents also don’t need to worry about any kind of advertisement. KiddZtube is ad-free, has no in-app purchases, and even branded content and advanced product placement is absent in order to exclusively provide pure fun learning moments. The interface was designed to facilitate young kids’ interaction. As it’s image-based, there is no need to read to navigate.
kiddZtube is trusted by parents, recognized by several international institutions for its educational outcomes, and is often referred to as one of the top video platforms for early age kids.
The app is available on Amazon, Google Play, and App Store, and works with any device you have, whether smartphone, tablet, or smart TV. It has thousands of subscribers in more than 200 countries.
The Parent Dashboard shows which categories and channels the kid sees most, the average time spent on the app per day, and the success rate of answered quizzes. The settings menu, blocked by a security question, allows parents to filter videos by age or type and set a daily maximum screening time.