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Moonbug Brings ‘Cocomelon,’ Blippi to ‘POPS’ App

Moonbug is expanding the reach of “Cocomelon,” Blippi and more with launches in Southeast Asia.

Moonbug Entertainment has announced a partnership with POPS Worldwide to bring its children’s content to the “POPS Kids” app.

"The cooperation between POPS and Moonbug Entertainment is yet another excellent partnership between the world's leading kids' edutainment players to bring global hit titles to the Vietnamese kids,” says Esther Nguyen, chief executive officer, POPS. “We believe that with the synergy of our successful brands and platforms, children’s educational entertainment content from these partnerships will help bring the region’s future to new heights."

Available now, the “POPS Kids” app features 150 episodes of the global phenomenon “Cocomelon,” and two new episodes will be released each month through the app and will remain exclusive to POPS for the first six months. Families also have access to a number of Moonbug’s live-action and animated content that helps kids grow and learn, including episodes available in English and Vietnamese of Blippi, ARPO, “Gecko’s Garage,” “Go Buster,” “Little Baby Bum,” “Toddler Fun Learning” and “My Magic Pet Morphle.”

“At Moonbug, we’re focused on bringing fun, enriching content to kids, and we’re proud to make Moonbug series available to more families around the world through this partnership,” says Nicolas Eglau, managing director EMEA & APAC, Moonbug. “POPS Worldwide’s impressive reach in Southeast Asia and their commitment to friendly and safe content makes their platforms a perfect home for Moonbug shows. We are keen to further build presence and partnerships in this incredibly fast-growing region.” 

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