kid-vid

kid-vid

(ˈkɪdvɪd)
n. children’s television; television programming aimed at children. Kid-vid isn’t good for anything other than selling cereal.
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Even with an allowance for a small rally ahead, kid-vid rental's compound progress for the six years will be negative, at -0.
In other words: interactivity, online, CD, DVD and broadband repurposing of DeAPlaneta's huge stable of publications, its 700-title library or its 30,000 kid-vid half-hours.
The kid-vid initiative may yet bear this sweet but unexpected fruit: If the regulators succeed in dulling down TV, it will drive millions of alert young viewers off the broadcast airwaves altogether.
More kid-vid from the mother ship can only be good news.
Even kid-vid isn't safe: On "Teletubbies -- the Album" (from the Kid Rhino label), the roster of song titles seems oddly connected to the president and Monica Lewinsky.
Another new initiative is broadening Ron Saunders' kid-vid unit Southern Star Pacific to produce documentaries with China's CCTV, and family adventure shows
Disenchanted by the current crop of kid-vids, the couple quit their high-paying jobs at Microsoft in 2004 and jumped head first into the world of early learning even though the content is not designed to be "educational" per se.