Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organisation behind Sesame Street, has launched Sesame Go, a new subscription VoD service that offers access to episodes of the famous kids TV show.
Sesame GO is powered by the Kaltura MediaGo OTT Solution and can be accessed for US$3.99 (€2.89) per month or US$29.99 per year.
Sesame Go is designed to provide an ad-free environment for children to watch Sesame Street, and offers the latest full-length TV episodes as well as “hundreds” of episodes from prior seasons.
“Sesame GO provides families with a unique experience we have never offered before – a secure, ad-free environment with full-length Sesame Street TV episodes they can watch anytime and anywhere,” said Scott Chambers, Sesame Workshop’s senior vice president, worldwide media distribution.
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