Top 10 OTT Kids' Channels Developed By VlogBox
The increasing demand for content tailored to young kids has led OTT/CTV platforms to create more kid-friendly channels. VlogBox is one of the most popular content distribution channels looking to revolutionize the kids’ viewing experience. Currently, the platform hosts a plethora of entertaining, educational, gaming, and animated content for kids of all ages. As a leading video content distribution and monetization platform, VlogBox offers content creators the chance to increase their reach through various streaming devices.
Here are some of the most popular kids’ channels developed by VlogBox, what they do, and what makes them stand out:
1. Maya and Mary
Maya and Mary is a channel that features an interesting family of three sisters – Maya, Mary, and the little sister Mia as well as their designer mom, and their engineer dad.
With over 13 million subscribers, Maya and Mary have continued to entertain parents and young children with their captivating sing-along tunes, bright pictures, and cute costumes from Miami, Florida.
These songs are released several times every week and translated into 11 languages. They have demonstrated impressive growth, considering they first started in 2013 on YouTube. Over the years, Maya and Mary have steadily spread their shows across Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, and other large streaming platforms. The series are available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV.
The Fixies focus on the misadventures of Tom Thomas and his friendship with Simka, Nolik, and classmates. Simka and Nolik live secretly in Tom’s house, fixing all the numerous machines and gadgets around.
The channel premiered in 2010 on Russia’s “Good Night, Kids!”, and showcased The Fixies problem-solving skills, tools, and technical know-how to find solutions to the problems they encounter. The characters relay their lessons in a funny yet educational way, making it particularly appealing to its audience.
The Fixies has steadily grown to be not just one of the biggest animated brands in Russia, but a global hit in over 90 countries. The show’s 15 billion online views globally are proof that children and parents alike cannot seem to stay away from the show. Today, they reach 80% of the US and UK audience through Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
KikoRiki is a Russian animated TV series that first premiered in Russia on May 17, 2004.
Set in a lively fairy-tale landscape, there is always an adventure and a lesson to learn on KikoRiki. Children learn how to cooperate, support, and communicate effectively. Also, the channel teaches kids the importance of upholding core values and self-acceptance.
Each episode starts with a challenge posed by Riki. Then, each of the colorful cast tries to solve the issue from a different perspective, capitalizing on their strengths whilst maintaining mutual respect for the team.
Currently, the kid’s animated series has over 209 episodes of 6 and half minutes each, targeting children aged between 3-8 years old. It is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV.
Videogyan is another kid-friendly channel designed to offer a captivating yet educational way for children to develop their motor skills, imagination, interest, and have a general understanding of their environment. The Videogyan kids help teach all the above by delivering rhymes, funny videos, and lots more.
Baby Ronnie, Zool Babies, TooToo Boy are a few of the most adored characters. They have a variety of nursery rhymes to teach kids about the alphabet, shapes, colors, senses, numbers, animals, and their immediate environment. This channel can be found on Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
5. All Babies Channel (ABC channel)
The All Babies Channel (ABC) is another kids-favorite channel on Roku. It offers animated videos that are both educational and entertaining, teaching kids about numbers, holidays, the alphabet, and a myriad of classic nursery rhymes.
Kent the Elephant, Tim the Monkey, Luke the Lion, and Mumu the Bull – the star characters in this show – sing songs that educate children on phonics and nursery rhymes, as well as lullabies to help them sleep. There are also original kids’ songs and more to entertain them and keep them happy. You can also find this channel on Amazon Fire TV and Android TV, as well as Roku.
HooplaKidz is available on digital platforms like Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Xumo. Since their first video in 2010, they have grown to more than 15 million subscribers and 170 million monthly views across 9 languages.
Toddlers and preschoolers can learn from the over 230 nursery rhymes, helping them build moral and social skills. The rhymes also teach correct pronunciation and animal sounds.
With captivating characters like Annie, Ben, Mango, and more, the show delivers on its vision to empower little kids and preschoolers. It brings in a fun way to learn preschool songs, classic nursery rhymes for kids, and solve puzzles.
It is okay to be curious, despite what people may say about cats.YouCurious embraces this essential human trait, both sparking the viewer’s curiosity as well as satisfying it.
The show employs the use of infographics and animation with a side helping of good humor to deliver surprising facts, thought-provoking knowledge, and generally, interesting topics that cut across all spheres of life. One can enjoy YouCurious on Amazon Fire TV and on Roku.
8. NuNu TV
NuNu TV, now available on Roku, creates cartoons and rhymes that are appealing, engaging, and memorable for preschoolers. The content is aimed at educating and entertaining the target audience whether at home, in transit, or just before they go to bed.
Their rhymes teach numbers, alphabets, phonics, parts of the body, and also basic motor skills. It also helps the kids appreciate their environment and understand the basic happenings around them while instilling a sense of good values and morals.
9. Kiko Adventures
Beginning from the underwater valley – Asri Town – Kiko and his friend will guide you through a series of adventures as they play games, compete, and of course, have fun.
Kiko Adventures is based on a lake that was polluted by toxic wastes as a result of human activities. You will be involved in fun emotions and adventures as you journey with Kiko and his friends. They ride bicycles, paint houses, and play video games together as well as embark on adventures. Just like every video game, they face an adversary but solve it together whilst still having fun. You can enjoy this adventure on Roku devices.
10. Tee Hee Town
Teehee town is one of the most-viewed creators/channels on YouTube, with over 2.48 million subscribers since its inception in 2012.
Teehee Town with Len and Mini is an interesting show for the kids, one full of surprises, giggles, and genuine friendship. While Len likes to sing and dance, Mini loves to explore – all the things children love to do. They also sing new nursery rhymes and learn new things like ABC, 123, and the different colors. Enjoy Tee Hee Town on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Roku.
There is no denying that the world of media is evolving. Kids’ content creators are exposing children to fun, engaging, and educational content. As a parent, allowing your child to watch these channels helps them gain knowledge, skills, and give them the tools they need to navigate the world around them.
The channels named above are beloved by children the world round, so watch them on big screens today!
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