Sandbox Kids, provider of digital subscription content services for children and families worldwide, recently announced that it has launched a new preschool entertainment and learning channel in Australia on Prime Video Channels.
The Hopster Learning channel brings together classic children’s entertainment, learning shows and original videos. Its line-up includes BBC’s popular educational series, Alphablocks and Numberblocks, STEM-focused animation, The Fixies and hands-on creativity show, Doodle’s House. The channel also features award-winning Hopster productions such as Love is Love, a music video focusing on inclusivity, and Kids Who Save the World, live-action environmental shorts.
Prime Video Channels allows customers to get even more out of their Prime membership by adding the channels they love for a monthly subscription fee, with the convenience of a single account login and user experience, which can be cancelled at any time.
The Hopster Learning channel offers curriculum-based entertainment for families with young children on Prime Video Channels for only A$7.99 per month.
Amazon Prime members can watch the channel anywhere, at any time using the Prime Video app, available on connected TVs, streaming media players, mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets and online.
The channel’s latest launch in Australia follows the success of the service on Prime Video Channels around the world including in the UK and US. The Hopster Learning channel is now available in seven countries worldwide including its local-language channels in Spain and France.
Miki Chojnacka, General Manager of Sandbox Kids, says: “We are thrilled to be launching a new preschool focused channel on Prime Video Channels in Australia. We know how much parents and caregivers value good quality fun learning opportunities for their kids and are happy to be able to offer it to them on even more platforms around the world. We have worked successfully with Amazon to launch our channel in a number of countries and hope we’ll be able to reach even more families on their platform in future.”
Hushidar Kharas, Head of Prime Video Australia and New Zealand, said: “We are excited to bring even more selection to our Prime members in Australia with the launch of Hopster Learning on Prime Video Channels. We are simplifying our customers’ entertainment experience, making it even easier for them to select, subscribe, and allow families to enjoy classic children’s entertainment in one place.”
Prime Video Channels is part of the growing list of benefits for Prime members in Australia, which include as fast as two days shipping on Prime-eligible orders, Amazon Music, Prime Reading, Prime Gaming exclusive deals, and more.
Australians can now access Hopster Learning via the Prime Video app to watch anytime, anywhere on smart TVs, mobile devices, and game consoles.