V-me Kids now available on former PBS member station WIPR in Puerto Rico

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V-me Kids, V-me’s cable channel for Latino preschoolers, is now running on WIPR in Puerto Rico, which just dropped its membership to PBS in part over lack of Spanish-language children’s shows (Current, July 12). V-me Kids, which targets children ages 2 to 6, is the exclusive carrier for Spanish versions of shows including Barney, Bob the Builder, Angelina Ballerina, and Thomas & Friends. “WIPR will add newly created interstitial programming in English to continue to introduce this young audience to learning in both languages; a key element of WIPR’s success,” a V-me statement today (July 19) said.

  • Anonymous

    me parece muy mala la programacion de V-me siempre dan lo mismo, mi hija ya no lo ve pq dice que esta cansada de ver lo mismo, hasta yo digo “otra vez esooo” aparte q me parece q es mejor en ingles ya que q los niños aprende ingles viendo muñequitos, mi hija sabe bastante ingles gracias a pbs kids por que en casa no se habla ingles yo pienso que es muy buena estrategia para que nuestro chicos sean bilingues pero puerto rico mismo esta haciendo el mal! que nos pasa puerto rico??!!!