Twitch taps into nostalgia with plans to stream “Mister Rogers”

Twitch is now going to stream PBS’s “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Yes, the classic kids’ show is being made available to the mostly adult users of the Amazon-owned vide

PBS KIDS launches its own streaming stick with access to on-demand video, games and live TV

PBS KIDS is ready to take over your kids’ TV. The company this morning announced the launch of its own streaming stick, called the PBS KIDS Plug & Play, which delivers a combination of on-de

PBS KIDS debuts a new channel and live TV service, available via web and mobile

The way children watch TV is changing – shifting away from the big screen in the living room to tablets and other mobile devices. In order to better cater to the needs of this more digital aud

PBS debuts its own tablet for kids, the Playtime Pad

The public broadcaster PBS today unveiled a new plan to bring its children’s television programming to its young audience, who spend more time behind tablets than sitting in front of TV sets.

Amazon Prime Video gets exclusive deal for most PBS Kids shows

Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive subscription streaming service for the majority of PBS series for children, Amazon announced today. All episodes are now available to download and stream. P

EdReach Teams Up With PBS And Stitcher As It Looks To Become The Go-To Online Broadcast Network For Education

The steady rise of tuition rates, class sizes and student debt combined with the decline in the number of teaching assistants, courses and programs has pushed education into the spotlight over the pas

Six Apart Releases Movable Type Updates To Plug Security Holes, Following PBS Hack

<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/mt.png" class="shot2" /> In a message posted on its corporate blog earlier this morning, blogging software maker <a href="http://www.c

If The Watchdogs Are Saved: Ethical Repercussions Of A Newspaper Bailout

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/ethics-214x133.jpg" width="214" height="133" /> The somewhat depressing <a href="http://www.beta.techcrunch.com/2008/01/24/if-real-journalism

Childhood 2.0: Your kids live their lives online and that's horrible

[photopress:yourkidsaredoomed.jpg,full,center] PBS would like to inform you that your kids now live their entire lives online. Instant messages, Facebook, Hubbo, BFF, etc., all the while sharing their