Dude Perfect has officially launched its own streaming service. The Texas-based YouTube trickshot group–aka longtime friends Tyler Toney, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, and twins Cory and Coby Cotton–first unveiled the free-to-watch service (and accompanying app) this past June, during its Pandemonium Tour. To put the service and app together, Dude Perfect partnered with Canadian media company A Parent Media Co. Inc., which owns AVOD streaming service Kidoodle.TV. Dude Perfect previously struck a deal with APMC to put its extensive library
Dude Perfect, the Texas-based YouTube trickshot group, has officially launched its own streaming service. The service, which was unveiled during the Pandemonium Tour in June, is available to watch for free and comes with its own app. To create the service, Dude Perfect partnered with Canadian media company A Parent Media Co. Inc. (APMC), the owner of AVOD streaming service Kidoodle.TV. APMC had previously struck a deal with Dude Perfect to feature its videos on Kidoodle.TV.
Teachers' Corner, a new educational initiative, has been launched on Kidoodle.TV by A Parent Media Co. (APMC).
There are a million fresh reasons why a Calgary streaming service for kids is becoming a global hit, the latest being a giveaway involving that amount of cash to worthy public schools across North America.
A Parent Media Co., owner of Kidoodle.TV, has revealed the U.S. and Canadian schools that won $10,000 and $20,000 grants through its KidoodlED Million Dollar School Giveaway.
Nominations for the contest opened in April, with public schools submitting creativity projects ranging from a parody of an episode of The Office to an adaptation of Barenaked Ladies' "If I Had $1,000,000." The top five schools with the highest number of votes won $20,000. Canadian schools captured all top five spots.
Kidoodle.TV has launched its Summer Spotlight lineup, which features curated content that is educational, entertaining and craft-driven in an effort to combat screen time concerns during summer break.
The Safe Streaming service Kidoodle.TV has revealed a slate of ten titles that will help families celebrate Easter and ring in the spring season.
After quickly overtaking cable and becoming part of everyday American life, streaming video platforms now struggle with their business models. Faced with fickle consumers, soaring production costs, and a diluted market beset by mooching, 2023 is shaping up as an industry inflection point.
Snoop Dogg's hip hop series drops the beat on Kidoodle.TV, APC Kids nabs distribution rights to Jade Armor, and a handful of networks acquire Pioneertown Productions' drawing tutorials.
Doggyland: Kids Songs & Nursery Rhymes, co-created by rapper and entrepreneur Snoop Dogg, has landed on Kidoodle.TV.