PBS KIDS Shows Now Available On-Demand On Xbox One

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Full-length episodes and clips from PBS KIDS programs are now available for families who use Xbox One. Families can personalize their experience by identifying SDPB as their local PBS station on their Xbox One.

The PBS KIDS Video App features thousands of videos from favorite PBS KIDS series, with new content updated weekly. Full episodes and clips are available from programs including WILD KRATTS, DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD, ODD SQUAD, PEG + CAT and DINOSAUR TRAIN, and web-original series such as OH NOAH! and FIZZY’S LUNCH LAB.

“PBS KIDS is committed to offering inspiring, engaging media content to all children on as many platforms as possible, and we know that families are accessing their favorite PBS KIDS programs on air and through a variety of digital experiences,” said Sara DeWitt, Vice President, PBS KIDS Digital. “PBS KIDS delivers an average of 392 million streams per month across digital platforms; extending our presence to Xbox One will help us continue to reach increasingly more families with programming that sparks children’s curiosity and helps them reach their potential.”

For more information, check out pbskids.org/apps.

In addition to Xbox One, the PBS KIDS Video App is available on a variety of mobile devices and over-the-top platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Chromecast. PBS KIDS offers more than 35 apps for kids, exploring a variety of topics, including social-emotional development, literacy, math, science and more.

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