Disney has actually announced it’ll air the first 9 episodes of its new television program Sheriff Callie’s Wild West through its WATCH Disney Junior app prior to bringing it to cable TV in 2014. Nancy Kanter, executive vice head of state and basic manager of Disney Junior Worldwide told the The New York Times that the business has been ‘amazed at how rapidly children have actually accepted’ tablets. The Disney Junior app has been downloaded millions of times and ‘billions of minutes’ have been spent watching video content.
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“We get a lot of e-mails from daddies stating, ‘Thanks for giving me back my TV,'” stated Albert Cheng, the Disney-ABC Television Group’s digital media chief.
Users will should enter their cable customer info to access the new shows on their tablets. Disney hopes this ‘TV All over’ method will ‘help keep audiences tied to their cable television and satellite agreements,’ according to the Times.
The SEE Disney Junior app is cost-free to download, and features additional ‘appisodes’ of popular programs like Doc McStuffins. Each appisode enables children to communicate with the program using their tablets swipe and touch-based controls. The App likewise provides the ability to enjoy Disney Junior TELEVISION Shows at anytime.
It’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and requires iOS 5 or later.
Sheriff Callie’s Wild West will debut on the Disney Junior app on November 24.