Sesame Street Launches New Video Streaming Service Called ‘Sesame Go’
Sure, Netflix has already devoted an entire section to children’s programming, but it looks like video streaming just got even more kid-friendly. Sesame Workshop, the non-profit behind Sesame Street, has just launched ‘Sesame Go’, a new video streaming service for children who love the show.
For only $3.99 a month, or $29.99 a year, Sesame Go will give you unlimited access to hundreds of episodes of Sesame Street, Sesame Street Classics and the animated series Pinky Dinky Doo to stream on all your devices. The service is iOS and Android friendly and will work on PC and Macs alike, as well as any smartphone and tablet.
Sesame Go is made specifically with children in mind, customizing the ad-free video player for little hands and easy control buttons. This way, the video streaming will be easy for children to use, making for a more enjoyable overall experience.
Studies have shown that preschoolers who watch Sesame Street perform better in school. So Sesame Workshop created Sesame Go to give children the opportunity to watch Sesame Street anywhere and anytime, whether at home or on the go.
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