Parents can now upload videos of their children interacting with their favorite pets for a chance to be featured in a new ZooMoo TV segment called Mi Querida Mascota y Yo (My ZooMoo Pet and Me)
While Valentine’s Day has come and gone, here at ZooMoo we show our love for animals and nature every day. Children love learning with us, but now we want to learn from them while making them a part of our channel.
Does your son or daughter want to be on TV? Does s/he have a beloved pet? We’d love to hear all about that furry little friend (if he or she is funny, naughty, very intelligent, etc.) and what makes this relationship with your son or daughter so special.
Participating is easy. Visit zoomoo.tv/miqueridamascotayyo where you can upload a video of your child with his/her pet for a chance to be among those selected to appear in the new ZooMoo segment, Mi Querida Mascota y Yo (My ZooMoo Pet and Me). Don’t miss this opportunity for your kids to be featured on their favorite “all animals, all nature, all the time” learning channel!
ZooMoo is the world’s first interactive kids channel designed to foster a lifelong love for animals and nature through a safe and unique television experience that is both entertaining and educational. ZooMoo interweaves puppetry, animation, and the world’s best natural history footage available in HD to tell stories about the animal world. The channel is available in Spanish in the U.S., exclusively through DIRECTV’s channel 432, where it brings to life more than 7,000+ separate animal stories and over 500 hours of original content. ZooMoo can also be seen in 23 countries and boasts a worldwide audience of more than 140 million. For more information please visit http://america.zoomoo.tv/ and http://prensa.zoomoo.tv/ .
ZooMoo TV is complemented by a free downloadable, standalone App that when synced to the channel enhances the interactivity by also turning smartphones and tablets into an extension of the channel; it provides a one of a kind multiplatform experience that allows viewers to automatically collect animals they encounter on the TV screen and bring them to life on their mobile devices with games, music, puzzles and other activities.