Sky has been expanding their on demand offering over the past few months, and now the company has announced a new Kids section for their on demand offerings.
The company currently has around 700 shows available for kids on demand and the company will expand this to a massive 4,000 kids friendly shows over the next few months.
Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s Brand Director of TV Products, said: “I know from my own kids that they just want to watch their favourite TV characters including Ben and Dora whenever they can. And parents want the convenience of a quick and simple way to access lots of episodes all in one place. That’s why we’re massively expanding the variety and number of shows available on demand – and putting them front and centre of the Sky+ TV Guide. For our customers it means a huge library of kids shows, all there at the touch of a button.”
Sky customers will be able to quickly access this huge library of on demand kids TV straight from the Sky+ homepage as part of the latest update to customers’ Sky+HD boxes rolling out from this week. A new tile will open up a one-stop-shop of all the kids shows and movies available on demand, all kids TV recordings, plus a quick view of what’s on now on linear channels like CBeebies and Nick Jr.
You can find out more details about Sky’s plans to add more kids friendly content to their on demand service at the link below.
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