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Ameba Licensing 300+ Episodes from Toonz Media Group

In an effort to help families during the COVID-19 crisis, streaming platform offers free access to its extensive roster, now including Toonz shows like ‘Darwin and Newts.’

WINNIPEG, CANADA – Kid’s streaming platform Ameba has added Toonz Media Group as a new content partner, adding over 300 episodes to its roster. Immediately available for streaming from the newly bolstered library are popular series including, Cat and Keet (92 Episodes); Darwin and Newts (40 Episodes); 3 Rabbits (26 Episodes); Chai Chai (50 Episodes); popular YouTube series Gummy Bear (39 Episodes); and Emmie (5 Episodes).

“We are committed to offering a diversity of entertaining children’s content from around the world,” noted Ameba TV CEO, Tony Havelka. “There is such an enormous amount of great and entertaining international content available that hasn’t quite touched young North American audiences yet. We are so excited to bring this series of stand-out programming from Toonz Media Group to our own young viewing audience and thrilled that they have selected Ameba as their streaming partner.”

“We are truly delighted to be partnering with Ameba and providing some of our most successful series in the digital space for their platform and their North American young audiences to bring them the very best in kids and family entertainment, and very much and look forward to building this partnership even further,” added Toonz Media Group CEO, P.Jayakumar.

While the public is working to combat the COVID-19 virus, Ameba is offering families free access to their streaming content. The platform currently boasts over 8,000 titles, comprised of over 1,300 hours of entertaining programs secured from top-tier providers from all over the world.  Available throughout North America, Canada and the USA, young audiences and their families can access Ameba on Smart TVs, streaming set top boxes, Mobile, tablet, web and game consoles. In 2019, Ameba became the first and only Canadian owned children's streaming service to become CAVCO approved.

Source: Ameba TV