Jitterbug.tv Launches Website Featuring Independent Music and Music Videos For Kids

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Jitterbug.tv features artists making children’s music and music videos that both kids and parents enjoy. Jitterbug offers free, hand-picked music and videos chosen with the hip kid and parent in mind.

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Jitterbug.tv (http://www.jitterbug.tv) features kindie music - indy style music for kids - made by artists around the world.

Jitterbug.tv is the result of collaboration between two dads of four-year-olds who wanted to give other families and kids an alternative to surfing larger video and music sites in search of music.

Jitterbug also creates opportunities for independent artists making children’s music, giving them wider exposure and allowing them to introduce their music to their target audience. The site features artists such as Eric Herman, Randy Kaplan, Dan Zanes,The Jimmies, and Laurie Berkner. Families can also learn more about each artist directly through the Jitterbug site and get updated information on where to buy cd’s, dvd's or see live performances.

The goal of Jitterbug.tv is to develop a roster of artists from many countries, providing a unique opportunity for families to experience music from around the world. The site is free for both artists and families.

“We wanted to create a place for kids and parents to discover cool, independent music online, and Jitterbug.tv was born,” said site cofounder Dan Gellert. “While the niche of artists making kids’ music is represented in many different blogs, and even in the mass video websites, Jitterbug is a community created around parents and kids looking for new and interesting music that everyone will enjoy.”

For more information about Jitterbug music, visit the website at http://www.jitterbug.tv or email info(at)jitterbug(dot)tv.

Dan Gellert (323) 640-6442

Randall Green (310) 701-2939


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