Nickelodeon Announces Preschool-Friendly Video Streaming Service

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ByAnisa Arsenault
Associate Editor
Mar 2017
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It’s just so easy for toddlers to consume all the kid-friendly media they want.

Right on the heels of YouTube Kids’ app launch, Nickelodeon announced a subscription streaming service meant for toddlers: Noggin. The ad-free, preschool-targeted service — available March 5 — will cost $5.99 per month. Don’t expect to see new content, though; Noggin will offer reruns of shows like  Blue’s CluesLittle Bear , Ni hao  and  Kai-Lan , plus feature music videos with Nick’s kids characters. Characters like Moose and Zee will also host educational lessons to teach kids things they’ll need to know for kindergarten, like letters and shapes. Content and games will be updated regularly.

Live streaming is still available on the Nick Jr. app, and you can catch on-demand episodes with your paid TV subscription.

Make space between Netflix and HBO Go on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch — the app will launch exclusively on the iOs platform, with others expected to follow.


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