Africa’s First Childrens’ TV Channel, Pineapple TV Launched

Africa’s First Childrens’ TV Channel, Pineapple TV Launched

In the search for providing children exciting, educative and worthy television content, an African-produced childrens' TV channel has been given birt

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In the search for providing children exciting, educative and worthy television content, an African-produced childrens’ TV channel has been given birth.

A painstaking project which has taken the best part of a decade to get off the ground, Pineapple TV is concieved as a model TV when it comes to children television programmes and entertainment.

According to Pineapple TV’s CEO Carl Raccah, “The idea for Pineapple TV came when my first child was born. He was six months old – he’s now ten – and he was picking up things from watching CBeebies, Disney and Turner.”

“There was nothing for Nigerian children. My own background was in music but the more I researched the science behind children’s TV, the more I realized it could help Africa.” He said.

Children’s programmes on Pineapple TV are tailored to educate, inform, entertain children and will go a long way in educating children in a balanced context.

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