Bluey is now the most popular show in ABC iView history. So why do industry insiders say children’s content creators are fighting over the scraps?
Sure, maybe the commercial broadcasters love children as much as they love profits, but they just don’t want to do anything for the former, to do more for the latter.
In testimony to the inquiry into the sustainability of the film and television industry, the three networks all said the children's content quotas needed to be cut because it's expensive.
A new code of practice for TV networks permits M and MA15+ programs to be broadcast during family prime time.
A look at the language used in advertisements for children's toys finds them deeply gendered. Boys toys refer to "battle", "power", "hero" and "action", while girl ads speak of "love", "fun", "magic" and "babies".
Al Jazeera might be most known for its news reporting, but the network will soon launch an English-language children's channel, aimed to hit the US market next year.
To celebrate 40 years of singing, dancing, living in trashcans and eating cookies on Sesame Street, the National Post has created this interactive guide to 101 of the street's most famous fuzzy residents.