- 10 March 2015
- by Bree Brouwer
Spin Master is joining the ranks of companies delving into children’s online video programming. The toy manufacturer teamed with animation network Mondo Media to launch a kid-centric YouTube channel dubbed SpindoTV.
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Aimed at children aged 6-11, SpindoTV debuts with a number of animated and live-action series in the works. Sick Bricks is based on Spin Master’s popular toy/game hybrid product; forty 90-second episodes are in production, with plans to debut on both the Cartoon Network as well as Canada’s Teletoon. Spin Master and Mondo are also planning a live-action game show based on the toy manufacturer’s popular Beat the Parents board game. Many of SpindoTV’s titles will be available on Google’s recently-introduced YouTube Kids app.
“There are a number of SpindoTV episodes that will sit comfortably on the new YouTube Kids app but several of our shows will appeal to a slightly older-skewing demographic,
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