Interactive kids' TV series ZooMoo heads Down Under

Robert Hutchins

By Robert Hutchins

January 19th 2016 at 10:29AM
Interactive kids' TV series ZooMoo heads Down Under

The TV series links to a unique app, allowing kids to engage with the show on multiple platforms.

Interactive pre-school series, ZooMoo is heading Down Under as is prepares to debut on the Australian kids’ network 7TWO.

Screening on weekdays, ZooMoo is dedicated to the world of animals and wildlife and is aimed at children aged five to seven years old.

The kids’ show has already swept across the globe, having recently launched in USA, Mexico and throughout Latin America as it combines a crew of animal puppets with real life wildlife footage and narrative.

The ZooMoo viewing experience is designed to be uniquely linked with a free ZooMoo App to offer children a multiplatform experience allowing them to collect animals they encounter on the TV screen and bring them to life on their mobile device.

“We are delighted to be bringing this fun yet educational series to 7TWO’s audiences as well as to be sharing our passion for animals n their natural world with kids here in Australia,” said Catherine Nebauer, general manager of ZooMoo Networks.

“Coupling the television viewing experience with the interactive mobile ZooMooApp element ensures kids are engaged in multiple ways as they learn about the lives of animals.

“Through their interaction with ZooMoo we hope the fascination of animal life stays with them to ensure the prevention of our world and its inhabitants for future generations.”