Kixi licenses much of the large StoryZoo library for German speaking territories
The educational German based streaming platform Kixi has licensed seasons 1 and 2 of the StoryZoo TV episodes as well as 13 of the “StoryZoo adventures – Zoo” for streaming in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Kixi is Germany's leading independent streaming service showing high-quality and educationally valuable films, series and educational programs for children and family viewing. Kixi Entertainment GmbH is part of the Trias Media Group. The Kixi service can be accessed on the streaming website www.kixi.de, as Amazon Prime Video Channel “Kixi Select” and via the Kixi apps for iOS and Android as well as Amazon FireTV and MagentaTV. The Kixi service can be used without limitation as Subscription Video On Demand (SVoD).
“The Kixi platforms and StoryZoo content are a perfect match as both parties specialize in providing kids with educational and playful entertainment. I am absolutely convinced that the StoryZoo episodes will perform extremely well as parents also enjoy watching their children learn about animals, their habitats and characteristics in the zoo episodes of the StoryZoo adventures…”, says Johannes Gropp, founder and managing director of StoryZoo.
StoryZoo is an educative and international kids brand. One of the 3 characters always communicates in an important foreign language for the country in which it is broadcast. In Germany Pepper the parrot speaks English, giving kids an opportunity to get to know the language in a playful way. There is always something fun to learn in a StoryZoo episode and that’s the aim of the show which is broadcast in over 50 countries across the world.
Sascha Stradtmann, Head of Acquisitions and Programming at Kixi, has said “We are very pleased to be adding “StoryZoo” to our portfolio. The mix of contemporary storytelling and a sophisticated educational concept alongside the charming characters and design is a perfect fit for Kixi’s overall concept of presenting educationally valuable content to kids and families.”