Ameba TV

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Ameba is an independent, subscription-based streaming video (IPTV) service that delivers educational TV shows, cartoons, and music videos to children via the web, mobile, tablet, Smart TVs, gaming consoles, and connected Smart devices.[1] The privately funded company was founded in 2007[2] and is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Ameba is currently available throughout the U.S. and Canada for free through AVOD (Ad supported) and SVOD (subscription).

The children's streaming TV service features shows, like This is Daniel Cook, This Is Emily Yeung, and Dudley The Dragon.

Ameba, which complies with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act,[3] delivers children’s content primarily in English.

Multi-Platform Availability[edit]

Ameba is available across multiple digital viewing platforms, including:

Programs in Ameba's Content Library[edit]

Ameba content is organized into multiple categories. They span several genres, including comedy, art, adventure, animation, and many more.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ameba TV - About". Ameba.
  2. ^ "Ameba gains 1,200 subscribers after two days on Google TV". Winnipeg Free Press.
  3. ^ "Ameba's KidSafe Seal Certification Page".
  4. ^ "Ameba TV Launches on Amazon Prime". Animation World Network. Retrieved 2017-11-27.
  5. ^ "Ameba TV app". Microsoft.
  6. ^ "ROKU Official Channel Store - Kids Channels". ROKU. Archived from the original on 2012-09-18. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
  7. ^ "Ameba Heads to Google TV". Kidscreen Magazine.
  8. ^ "Ameba Kids TV Channel Launches on LG Smart TV". PRWeb.
  9. ^ "Ameba Smart Kids TV Comes to iOS Devices". Playback.
  10. ^ "Ameba - Smart Kids TV Mobile". Google.
  11. ^ "Ameba's Streaming TV for Kids is now Available for Chromecast". Entertainment News.

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