The digital learning platform, Fingerprint has added a slate of 1,500 new videos to its portfolio that featuring works from Entertainment One, TinyBop and Treehouse.
Animal Planet, Stuff Happens with Bill Nye, Care Bears, Inspector Gadget and Sesame are among the portfolio of new children’s series to be added.
The move aligns Fingerprint’s content offering with the viewing trends of 61 per cent of children aged under 12 who according to a 2016 study commissioned by DHX Media, prefer to view video content on tablets.
The digital library now tops over 4000 games, books and videos that supports learning from literacy and maths to STEM, creativity and more.
“We are creating a powerhouse library that reflects the preferences of families today who are cutting the cord in favour of streaming and mobile options that are more cost effective and as it relates to our business, accessible to young audiences who primarily use digital devices for experiencing their favourite content,” said Nancy MacIntyre, co-founder and CEO of Fingerprint.
“Our mission has always been to find and share the very best learning content – whether games, books or video – and these additions allow us to deliver even more robust offerings to millions of families through the distribution channels of our business partners.”