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Kabillion Channel Surfs onto Sling TV

Children’s content provider, Kabillion, will now be provided on the Sling TV streaming services.

License Global

April 20, 2020

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Children’s video-on-demand network Kabillion has partnered with the TV streaming service Sling to bring its new content to the platform.

The deal will see the Kabillion Sling TV channel serve up popular animated content for preschool to school-age children. The lineup includes series such as “Bobby’s World,” “Gumby,” “My Little Pony,” “Transformers” and “Pokémon.”

“Sling TV has made tremendous inroads in the streaming space in a short time, and we’re very excited to partner with such a smart and strategic team,” says Stevan Levy, president, programming and operations, Kabillion. “Through its robust TV services, many more families across the country will now have the opportunity to enjoy our extensive library of age-appropriate programming.” 

The new agreement with Sling TV represents the latest expansion of the Kabillion platform. 

Kabillion’s content is distributed across various other leading streaming platforms, including Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Optimum, Amazon, Apple TV, Roku, VUDU and more.

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