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‘Roku is the first step in several new platforms that we will be launching in 2016,’ says Kabillion.

Kabillion partners with Future Today to launch new Roku app

Kabillion has revealed that it will be forming a partnership with Future Today Inc to launch a new Kabillion Roku app.

The app will allow viewers to watch Kabillion’s range of children’s programs, including new and classic animated TV shows.

David Di Lorenzo, VP of sales and digital distribution at Kabillion, said: “The market for connected streaming devices continues to grow at a rapid pace and we are looking to develop a larger audience for our network while providing our advertising partners access to new consumers through these devices.

“Roku is the first step in several new platforms that we will be launching in 2016.”

Kabillion is currently used in over 50 million homes, and is ranked among the Top 10 Kids Free On Demand networks in the US.

Vikrant Mathur, co-founder at Future Today, added: “We are excited to partner with Kabillion to help bring its extensive library of Kids content to Roku and other streaming devices.

“Kabillion is the perfect choice for parents who are looking for premium content that is available for free. With our cloud-based platform, we will be able to program the Kabillion app experience on-the-fly and provide children with the immersive experience that they want."

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