Launched in 1994 as PTV, PBS Kids is the brand for children's programs aired by PBS. The PBS Kids network, which was launched in 1999 and operated until 2005, was largely funded by satellite provider DirecTV.What are PBS Kids?
PBS Kids is the educational children's programming brand of Public Broadcasting System. It started in 1999. Its programming is non-commercial, like all PBS programming. PBS Kids programs are mostly shown in the daytime. These programs are meant for children ages 3–10.What is the PBS Kids mascot?
The main design element of the PBS Kids logo are the PBA Kids mascots, Dot and Dash. However, Dot and Dash weren’t always part of the PBS Kids logo. The very first logo used a version of the regular PBS logo, featuring the stylized P-heads. The three were known as the P-Pals, and they were complete figures, animated by Gene Mackles.Who are PBS Kids?
PBS Kids is the brand and educational for children's programming aired by the Public Broadcasting Service in the United States. It was originally launched on July 11, 1994 as PTV, and was rebranded as PBS Kids on September 6, 1999.