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children's shows

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Inside Bose's secret research lab

Bose has always taken great pride in its technical innovations and the quality of its products. But new CEO Bob Maresca is betting on a new approach to get Bose to the next level: telling people what this secretive company is all about.

By February 3, 2016

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LA Auto Show 2012

Whether you fancy trendy city cars or crazy customs ripped from a comic book, there are plenty to go

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Netflix loads up on kids shows yet again with Scholastic deal

New episodes based on "The Magic School Bus" and other books from the children's publishing company come to Netflix as it continues to bulk up content for the next generation of subscribers.

By August 15, 2013

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Amazon doubles down on pilots for original kids shows

Following an order for three children's programs from its first round of original TV pilots, Amazon is asking for five more for kids, as online video outfits vie for an audience that keeps subscribers in the fold.

By July 31, 2013

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Amazon Studios OKs production on pilots for kids' shows

Amazon will produce five test pilots for children's shows, including one from the creator of "Blue's Clues."

By January 31, 2013

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Amazon seeks comedies and kids shows to rival Netflix

The studio arm of the online retail giant aims to build its catalog of original programming, soliciting pitches for episodic comedies and children's shows.

By May 2, 2012

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EA shows 'Creature Keeper,' 'Spore' for kids

At its State of the Universe event, EA talks about its new children's version of Spore, as well as Galactic Adventures, the first Spore expansion, and the Wii and DS versions of the game.

By January 22, 2009

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Akimbo debuts video on demand on Amazon

Consumers who subscribe to the service can receive thousands of programs--from CNN news to children's shows--via the Net.

By October 25, 2004

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Video-on-demand comes to cable

People in Forth Worth, Texas, and St. Louis will be able watch videos on demand through their cable operator, the result of a deal between Diva and cable TV company Charter Communications. Diva, a video-on-demand company, said its services would let Charter subscribers watch, pause and rewind hundreds of programs--including children's shows and ESPN events--whenever they want to through a special set-top box. Diva services are available in 26 markets.

June 4, 2001

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Children's market still young

A new study shows that the online children's market is fairly small but will get a lot bigger.

By March 13, 1997

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Disney shows off D-mail

The Walt Disney Company gives a sneak preview of new features that will appear starting around December in its children's online service.

June 19, 1997