Beloved Children’s Educational Brand Wee Sing Has Officially Launched on YouTube!

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Top 20 MCN Bent Pixels teams up with Wee Sing to bring their entire library to YouTube for children everywhere...

a safe and trusted place for children to experience this amazing library of content

Top 20 Multi-Channel Network Bent Pixels is proud to announce the launch of popular children’s educational brand Wee Sing by bringing their entire video library in bite-sized chunks to YouTube and the new YouTube Kids app.

“We spent considerable time exploring how children’s content is consumed on YouTube to ensure a safe and trusted place for children to experience this amazing library of content,” says Reed Lucas, VP of Partner Networks and Audience Development at Bent Pixels.

Many Gen X-ers have fond memories of the Wee Sing collection through the many song books, CD’s and live-action videos that have been available to families since 1977. You may remember such classics like “Skidamarink”, “Eentsy Weentsy Spider” and “If You’re Happy”.

To refresh your memory about Wee Sing, here is a favorite song available on the official Wee Sing YouTube Channel: "The Hokey Pokey"

“When researching companies to help build our brand presence on YouTube we looked at all of the major MCN’s and none of them came close to the breadth of services and quality of support as Bent Pixels. They were instrumental in bringing our beloved brand to the world.” - Devin Nipp, COO of Wee Sing

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Over 35 years ago, two music educators published a children’s songbook and called it Wee Sing. More than 65 million books, audios and live-action videos later, Wee Sing is recognized as one of the world’s most cherished children’s brands – and a leader in preschool learning through music.

Pam Beall and Susan Nipp created that first songbook in 1977 because they were passionate about enriching the lives of kids through music and the performing arts. They knew that music stimulates cognitive, physical, and social development of young children. And through songs, chants, movement, and rhythm, they gain the readiness skills of language, coordination, auditory discrimination, body awareness, rhythmic proficiency, and self-confidence. But in the big picture, kids are just having fun!

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