Comcast said it is rolling out a feature called Xfinity TV’s Summer of Kids to spotlight its library of family-friendly on-demand content.
The thinking is that when families go on vacation or go camping, they will have more than 1,000 downloadable kids TV shows and films that they can view on an iPad or some other device.
“Finding Nemo,” “The Muppets,” “Brave,” and “Freaky Friday” are among available options that are included as part of a customer’s subscription, Comcast said.
“Xfinity On Demand brings families a huge selection of the best kids content to enjoy safely together,” Maggie Suniewick, Comcast Cable’s vice president of programming, said in a statement. “As we head into the busy summer travel season, Summer of Kids provides them with even more content and more ways to watch while on the go. We’re also giving parents ultimate peace of mind for safer, smarter viewing across devices by expanding our parental controls and giving them new ways to help find age-appropriate content across our entire Xfinity On Demand platform.”