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Kids channels no longer a child's play - Business Standard India 07/06/05


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  • Kids channels no longer a child's play - Business Standard India 07/06/05

    Article from Business Standard India - July 6, 2005
    Kids channels no longer a child's play

    Toons and teens on the board as directors? Children deciding on the content of a television programme? Like it or not, this has become a reality for the kids channels.

    With advertisers led by Cadbury�s, Tata AIG, Camlin, Kissan, Nestle, Maggi and Kellogg�s ready to support such initiatives, kids channels are devising newer means to establish offline associations with children for their brands.

    On July 1, Cartoon Network launched its nationwide hunt for television hosts to anchor different programmes on Cartoon Network. Walt Disney Television International (India), another childrens� channel, is reaching out to eight lakh students seeking feedback on Disney programmes.

    UTV�s kid�s segment has just launched its second Captain Hungama Hunt. It will travel to seven cities and look out for seven captains who will form an integral part of the programming decisions for the channel.

    Last year, 20 kids were picked up to advise the channel on its content. They were sending monthly reports to the channels besides offering instant feedback.
    According to Hema Govindan, head of marketing and communications of Walt Disney Television International (India), kids are the most fickle of all consumers and owning their loyalty is very difficult.

    Hence, channels are required to introduce offline programmes to strengthen a brand�s extension. Disney is reaching out to eight lakh students.

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