With more than 294m subscribers combined, Future Today is bringing YouTube’s most popular kid’s programmes to new audiences.
Future Today, a full-stack streaming solution that packages branded channels and delivers audiences to watch them, has announced the launch of two new, omni-platform streaming channels dedicated to children’s brands on YouTube, Pinkfong and Like Nastya.
In addition to launching the new channels, Future Today has also added more than 200 episodes from
The entirely free, COPPA-compliant channels – built and managed on Future Today’s end-to-end suite of cloud-based streaming tools – are now available on nearly every major streaming platform, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more.
Speaking about the partnership, David Di Lorenzo, SVP of Kids and Family Programming at Future Today, said: “We are constantly looking for new creators to partner with and are very happy to be working with such talented content partners. Our latest channels will introduce this beloved content to entirely new audiences across CTV devices.”
Future Today has quickly become the largest publisher of family-friendly content on streaming platforms, with a portfolio of over 150 apps/channels dedicated to the genre, and provides 24/7 access to many of today’s most popular TV series and movies free of charge to viewers across the world.
Eyal Baumel, CEO at Yoola, added: “We want our content to be where kids watch, and in today’s evolving video landscape, kids are on numerous platforms in addition to YouTube and TikTok. The Like Nastya brand has gained massive popularity across the globe, and scaling and making sure young viewers everywhere have access to it is our top priority. Partnering with Future Today enabled us to quickly grow new audiences and made the transition into the US CTV market effortless.”
Bin Jeong, CEO at Pinkfong USA, commented: “We are very excited to partner with Future Today to bring our beloved franchise to children all around the world. We strive to deliver content that entertains children and families across the globe. In partnership with Future Today, the content will be easily accessible and entirely free on a dedicated app that our fans can trust.”