Introducing the WVPB PBS KIDS channel and live stream. Our new, free 24/7 services are designed to meet the needs of today’s kids and provide learning opportunities for every child, especially those at risk, whenever and wherever they access media.
Ways to watch:
- Visit http://pbskids.org/video/ and click the Live TV button to watch
- Download the PBS Kids Video app
- Install the PBS Kids Video App on your over-the-top platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One and Chromecast.
- The WVPB PBS KIDS channel over the air (see our listings)
- On cable and satellite. If you don't see your provider, contact them and ask them to add the WVPB PBS Kids Channel to their lineup.
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If your cable provider is not listed, call and ask them to air the free WVPB PBS Kids channel.
Check back soon for more info!
Q: What shows will be included? Will all PBS KIDS shows be a part of the new WVPB PBS Kids service?
A: The WVPB PBS KIDS channel will include popular favorites such as: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad, Wild Kratts and Dinosaur Train; the new series Nature Cat, and Ready Jet Go!; and Splash and Bubbles, which will premiere November 23, 2016. The full schedule will be available soon!
Q: Will content premiere on the new WVPB PBS KIDS channel at the same time it premieres on the primary PBS station?
A: The WVPB PBS KIDS services will have a different schedule than our primary channel, offering families a variety of options.
Q: Are there going to be new shows?
A: As PBS KIDS airs new programming, those shows will also be made available on the WVPB PBS KIDS channel.
Q: Are you going to have programs for older kids on the new WVPB PBS KIDS channel?
A: PBS KIDS content is designed for children ages 2-8; the same will apply to the new WPPB PBS KIDS channel.
Q: Will all of the shows on the new WVPB PBS KIDS channel be available in closed captioned?
A: All content will be closed-captioned.