KidsCo announced today that they’re airing a birthday special for Sonic across Asia and Africa as well as special promos on its website. This airing is KidsCo way to celebrate Sonic’s 20th Birthday. According to a press release we got from the company, KidsCo began broadcasting the show Sonic Underground in September 2007.
As of right now, the show is shown in 14 languages across 65 countries. Sonic is definitelly a classic show in the KidsCo library and Sonic Underground is part of KidsCo’s Video Game Heroes breakfast block. This block began roll out in April this year and forms part of the channel’s focus on delivering quality entertainment to children aged 6-10, pre-schoolers and families globally.
Paul Robinson, CEO at KidsCo said:
“At KidsCo we are really proud of our content, we offer a great range of classic, first-run exclusive and original shows across 95 territories worldwide. We know what kids love and we know what parents look for when deciding what their children should watch, which is why we are dedicated to offering families a choice of shows that they can trust and enjoy. Sonic is an iconic show that we are really proud to offer and very much look forward to continuing to do so while constantly adding to our library of great shows.”
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