For Kids of All Ages and Cultures
Pokémon Kids TV features English and non-verbal videos for children and parents of all cultures to enjoy. Future plans for the channel include adding videos tailored to specific countries and regions.
- Nursery Rhymes
- Education & Entertainment
"As part of this expansion, we are launching “Pokémon Kids TV,” a new YouTube channel with mostly English language content, in hopes that even more children will join the fun. We are also planning to expand this concept in the future to other Asian countries and even create region-specific content in other languages. We would be truly delighted if more and more children can enjoy their time spent at home together with Pokémon.”
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About The Pokémon Company
In February 1996, the game that kick-started the development of Pokémon, Pokémon Red & Green, was released. Later, in April 1998, three companies-the original author Nintendo, Creatures, and Game Freak-came together to form our predecessor, POKEMON CENTER Co., Ltd., with the purpose of operating an official Pokémon shop. In October 2000, the company expanded the scope of its efforts to overall Pokémon brand management, changing its name to the Pokémon Company. In order to maintain Pokémon’s value as a brand, the company provides high-quality content and creates an environment that lets everyone enjoy it. The company believes that each of these elements is what ”producing" Pokémon is and what makes Pokémon become even more appealing.