Hasbro and Amazon have inked a deal that will keep your kids occupied no matter where you go. to Peppa Pig The podcast is coming to Audible, The Wrap reports.
“We are excited to be working with Hasbro to expand family listening content with one of our most iconic and influential brands, Peppa PigAurélie de Troyer, Audible’s head of content for the UK and Canada, said in a statement. “With nearly 20 years of exceptional storytelling for families, we are uniquely positioned to develop something very special with the amazing team at Hasbro and extend the world of Peppa into the sonic space.”
Since Peppa Pig debuted in 2004, the piglet has had her own books, theme parks, video games, and merchandise, though the Audible Project marks her first podcast. The news follows a deal between parent company Hasbro and Sony Music Publishing to allow music from Hasbro’s entire catalog – which includes Peppa Pig, My Little Pony, Transformersand more – to be streamed as individual tracks off their home media.
“Music has been featured on our beloved shows, such as Peppa Pig, can be removed from TV or tablet screens, so families can listen to tunes on the go and add to their playlists. “We are thrilled to be working with Sony Music Publishing and Magic Star, true leaders in the audio industry, to expand these experiences,” Matt Proulx, vice president of location-based entertainment at Hasbro, said in a statement. “Thanks to their expertise and Hasbro’s Blueprint 2.0 strategy for finding innovative ways to connect with fans We are set up to succeed in creating fun opportunities for dancing and singing for families everywhere.”
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