JOHNSTON, IOWA (March 14, 2019) — Iowa Public Television announced today its release of a mobile app featuring content from its popular children's show, "KIDS Clubhouse Adventures". The app is available for free download on the Apple App Store and Google Play for Android devices.

"'KIDS Clubhouse Adventures' has always featured Iowa children and the adventures they can find in their own communities," said host Dan Wardell. "We're so excited that those same kids can now enjoy our show from anywhere their adventures may take them."

The app allows kids and parents to stream full episodes and other fun videos from the "KIDS Clubhouse Adventures" series from their mobile-devices such as smart-phones or tablets.

"We know kids are streaming video through an ever-expanding number of platforms," said IPTV Digital Content Manager Taylor Shore. "We want our 'KIDS Clubhouse Adventures' content to be where kids are — giving them an app to use on their portable devices just made sense."

"KIDS Clubhouse Adventures" is a multimedia learning experience for Iowa children ages 3 through 9. Coordinating educational activities and resources are available to parents and children at Iptv.org/Clubhouse. The series, along with popular PBS KIDS programs, can also be enjoyed via statewide broadcast, on YouTube and at Iptv.org.

Learn more at Iptv.org.

 

Iowa Public Television is Iowa's only statewide television network. IPTV's mission to educate, inform, enrich, and inspire Iowans guides its quality, noncommercial programming that tells Iowa's stories like no one else can. Four statewide, public channels offer programs of lasting value to Iowans, regardless of where they live or what they can afford: IPTV (.1), IPTV KIDS (.2), IPTV WORLD (.3) and IPTV Create (.4) on Channel 11, Des Moines; Channel 12, Iowa City; Channel 21, Fort Dodge; Channel 24, Mason City; Channel 27, Sioux City; Channel 32, Waterloo; Channel 32, Council Bluffs; Channel 36, Davenport; Channel 36, Red Oak. More information can be found at Iptv.org.

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