Amazon Prime Video has secured exclusive subscription streaming rights for many popular PBS Kids titles.
Under the agreement, Amazon Prime members will be able to watch a wide range of programming, including:
- Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Arthur, emphasizing early social-emotional skills
- Dinosaur Train, Wild Kratts, Nature Cat and Ready Jet Go!, focusing on science and natural history
- Odd Squad and Peg + Cat, exploring math
- Martha Speaks and WordGirl, developing vocabulary and early literacy.
Episodes will stream on Amazon Prime Video a “period of time” after they run on PBS TV stations. For Ready Jet Go!, that date is August 15.
The shows will also be viewable on Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, a subscription service created for kids and their parents.
Amazon Prime Video members will be able to watch the new titles a number of ways: using the Amazon Video app for TVs; through connected devices including Fire TV and mobile devices; and online at www.amazon.com/primevideo.
Episodes will also be downloadable for offline viewing on iPads, iPhones, Android phones and tablets and Fire tablets. For more information, visit www.amazon.com/howtostream.
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