Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Three Dads and a Website Launch Kids' Content in Canada

Three Dads and a Website Launch Kids' Content in Canada


As much a ‘social movement’ as a pure website, WILBY.TV has officially launched its English service in Canada and the United States.
The Universe of WILBY is described as an online social universe, designed to help children six and older and families around the world to flourish and grow healthily. Educational content children and their family is available free.

Wilby was founded two years ago by three Canadian fathers from Quebec: David Banford, Jimmy Bouchard and Rejean Gauthier; concerned about Internet use among young people and education at school and in the home, they wanted to develop a positive educational environment for their children.
The site’s content features an educational animated TV series, interactive learning games and includes personal development tools for kids aged 6 to 12, and their parents.
With parental support, young members can create their own avatars, express themselves, communicate, learn other languages, earn points, watch videos, post their accomplishments, earn rewards and participate in multiplayer educational games already played in over 20,000 primary schools.
Available for only a few months in French, WILBY.TV already claims thousands of active members from around the world.
The multilingual site (currently available in English and French, site developers say adaptations in Spanish and Mandarin will be available soon.
With already thousands of members from 20 different countries, the company is accelerating its international expansion with an affiliate program for Web entrepreneurs and local marketers

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...