Ameba TV

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Template:Distinguish Ameba is an independent, subscription-based streaming video (IPTV) service that hosts educational TV shows, children's cartoons, and music videos via the web, mobile, tablet, smart TVs, gaming consoles, and connected smart devices.[1] The privately funded company was founded in 2007[2] and is headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Ameba is currently available throughout the U.S. and Canada for free through AVOD (Ad supported) and SVOD (subscription). On March 21, 2019, Ameba became the first CAVCO accredited independent children's streaming service allowing content providers to meet the "shown in Canada" requirement for the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC) program.[3]

Availability

Ameba is available across multiple digital viewing platforms, including:

Content Catalog

Ameba content catalog comprises over 8,000 episodes and 1,700 hours of children's shows. The shows come from small independent providers, YouTube creators [13] and producers[14][15] from around the world. Titles are organized into multiple categories. They span several genres, including education, preschool, classics, movies, animation, music and much more. Ameba has a deep catalog of Nostalgic content from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.

References

  1. "Ameba TV - About". Ameba. http://www.amebatv.com/about/. 
  2. "Ameba gains 1,200 subscribers after two days on Google TV". Winnipeg Free Press. http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/business/ameba-gains-1200-subscribers-after-two-days-on-google-tv-156202435.html. 
  3. "List of acceptable online services pursuant to CAVCO Public Notice". Government of Canada. https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/cavco-tax-credits/notices-bulletins/public-notice-2017-01/acceptable-online-services.html. 
  4. "Ameba TV Launches on Amazon Prime" (in en). Animation World Network. https://www.awn.com/news/ameba-tv-launches-amazon-prime. 
  5. "Ameba TV app". Microsoft. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/apps/ameba-tv-info. 
  6. "ROKU Official Channel Store - Kids Channels". ROKU. http://www.roku.com/roku-channel-store#7. 
  7. "Ameba Heads to Google TV". Kidscreen Magazine. http://kidscreen.com/2012/05/30/ameba-heads-to-google-tv/. 
  8. "Ameba Kids TV Channel Launches on LG Smart TV". PRWeb. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/11/prweb8928312.htm. 
  9. "Ameba Smart Kids TV Comes to iOS Devices". Playback. http://playbackonline.ca/2012/03/06/smart-kids-tv-comes-to-ios-devices/. 
  10. "Ameba - Smart Kids TV Mobile". Google. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ameba.mobile.api&hl=en. 
  11. "Ameba’s Streaming TV for Kids is now Available for Chromecast". Entertainment News. http://emag.co.uk/amebas-streaming-tv-for-kids-is-now-available-for-chromecast/86562. 
  12. "CINEMOOD White Now Available In Select Target Stores Nationwide And At target.com". PRWeb. https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/prnewswire/press_releases/California/2018/06/19/UN31545. 
  13. "Ameba TV rounds out pre-school programming". RapidTVNews. https://www.rapidtvnews.com/2019030655368/ameba-tv-rounds-out-pre-school-programming.html. 
  14. "Ameba TV signs up Nelvana content". C21. https://www.c21media.net/ameba-tv-signs-up-nelvana-content/. 
  15. "Ameba gloms onto four Mondo TV series". KidScreen. http://kidscreen.com/2018/10/24/ameba-gloms-onto-four-mondo-tv-series/. 

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