Toon Goggles Partners with Sony

Online kids channel Toon Goggles is partnering with Sony to launch a new exclusive app for Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P.

Los Angeles, CA -- Online kids channel Toon Goggles is partnering with Sony to launch a new exclusive app for Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P, delivering Toon Goggles content for children available in Google Play app store.  The announcement was made by Stephen L. Hodge, Managing Director, Toon Goggles.

The Toon Goggles app designed specifically for Sony Tablet S and Sony Tablet P will have exclusive content available in the U.S. and Canada until early October.  The new app will provide viewer’s instant access to a selection of popular and entertaining animated content. The Toon Goggles on-line channel features over 1500 hours of safe, child and parent friendly programming.

“We are staring at a generation of kids for whom mobile is their first screen,” says Hodge. “Kids are shifting to watching on phones and tablets rather than just televisions at home. This deal gives us an incredible opportunity to introduce the Toon Goggles platform to a whole new group of young viewers and their parents. We are thrilled to be partnering with such a leader in mobile technology; Sony is a brand that exemplifies family fun entertainment.”

Launched in 2011, ToonGoggles.com is a free portal where children can enjoy an ever growing library of entertaining programming that is pre-screened and determined to be safe and age appropriate for children under the age of 13. Hundreds of content producers from around the globe are currently supplying animated features, programs, series, clips and trailers to Toon Goggles’ rich library that children can enjoy and parents can feel good about.

Toon Goggles has recently added hundreds more hours of content including the exciting new action-packed Cyboars miniseries from Cyboars International along with a number of series from France’s Millimages such as the popular Pablo the Little Red Fox, among many others.

Source: Toon Goggles

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