Tag: PBS Kids
I mean. Buzzfeed can perfectly summarize a lot of things. And its recent article “22 Things All PBS Kids Will Never Forget” hits the nail on the head. If you watched PBS at all in the 90′s (either as a kid, or as a parent of a PBS kid) this will most likely hit home.
Join WOSU Public Media along Daniel Tiger, Curious George and Cat in the Hat this Saturday for â€œStorybook Villageâ€ presented by Ohio History Connection.
An independent survey finds PBS programming is a most trusted place and safe place for children. Â Perhaps that is why the PBS Kids website had well over a million hits from kids and their parents in central Ohio last year. Â Or why WOSU TV is so proud to present PBS Kids programming all day every [...]
A new report on children’s use of media shows that television still dominates the eyeballs of children under eight years of age.Â It also shows that public television is the primary source of educational media for the children of America!Â One part of the study found that kids’ use of mobile media such as smart [...]
Our young kids are watching more TV than ever. A new Nielson Co. study found that youngsters aged 2-5 watch more than 32 hours of television in an average week! They also found that television viewing is more for children 2 to 11 than anytime in the last decade. More of this viewing is off [...]