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Sling TV Rolls Out More Kids Programming With “Sling Kids”

By November 10, 2016 No Comments

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It seems like Sling TV is adding new channels all the time, and their newest offering is aimed squarely at parents looking for easier access to shows their kids can watch.

Joining other streaming providers like Netflix and Amazon, Sling TV has announced a special “kid friendly” section designed to make finding children’s programming a little easier.

The “Sling Kids” extra includes 200 live and on demand shows from networks like NickToons, TeenNick, Nick Jr., Boomerang, Baby TV, Kaboom, and Disney Junior, and even has a search option to narrow shows down by age bracket.

Sling Kids isn’t available as part of the base package unfortunately, and will cost $5 per month with a Sling Orange or Sling Blue subscription.

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