Publish: 24.04.2017

Playster Adds Children Content Thanks To the Deal with DHX Media

Franny's Feet, Bo On the GO, In the Night Garden are some of the new titles that will be added to the offer as well as Teletubbies and Animal Mechanics.

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The Canadian global subscription-based entertainment service Playster is bringing a special treat for the youngest among their viewers.

More than 165 episodes of some of the most iconic children TV shows will be added to Playster’s offer, courtesy of DHX Media, a leading production and broadcasting company.

The latest offer will include such shows as Franny’s Feet, Bo On the GO and In the Night Garden.

Strenghtening the Family-Friendly Offer

The signing of a new deal with DHX Media will bring a wide variety of children’s content to Playster. We’ve already mentioned some of the new titles – Franny’s Feet, Bo On the GO and In the Night Garden – but we mustn’t forget Teletubbies, Animal Mechanics and many, many more.

This will make Playster’s offer even more appealing to a wider range of customers.

Playster’s Chief Executive Officer, Philip Keezer, said the company was very excited about the new deal and the opportunity to work with DHX Media. He added the new content would further strengthen the company’s family-friendly offer.

One Month to Try It All

Playster’s offer is far larger and includes on-demand audiobooks, ebooks, music, movies and games. All those who open an account on Playster will have a free 30 days trial period, during which they’ll have the option to access everything the website offers.

After the trial expires, the users can choose one of the available plans. The cheapest one starts at $1.95, while the most expensive one is $39.95. Subscribing to one of Playster’s plans, the users receive the possibility to access millions of titles.

Playster’s members can access the website from any device connected to the internet. The internet connection is required in order to stream the offered content. With more than 80 employees, the company today works with some of the biggest names in the business.