US cable firm Mediacom Communications has agreed a deal to carry kids’ on-demand offerings Kabillion and Kabillion Girls Rule! on its VoD service.
Kabillion is geared toward kids aged six to 12, while its companion network Kabillion Girls Rule! targets girls in the same age range.
Both ad-supported services, part of US-based children’s firm Splash Entertainment, are already available to more than 60 million US subscribers via operators including Comcast.
Karen Nanney, Mediacom’s director of product management, said the deal would make shows including My Little Pony, Sonic X and original titles such as Dream Defenders available to viewers.
Mediacom is the fifth largest cable operator in the US, serving almost 1.4 million customers in smaller markets primarily in the Midwest and Southeast.
Earlier this year Kabillion extended its VoD network with a new service aimed at tweens called K-Go, which features branded, social and gaming content.