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Auntie Mo Kids Radio Begins 'All Positive' Internet Radio Service for Kids

July 15, 2017

Media startup Auntie Mo Kids Radio of Nigeria, an 'all-positive' internet radio station offering 24/7 programming for children and parents, just announced its new internet broadcasting schedule.

The station broadcasts education, entertainment and information content suitable for African children worldwide  from kindergarten stage up to 8+ years old. Special daily spots also educate parents about the various ways to approach challenges relating to raising children. Auntie Mo Kids Radio can be found on the home page of www.auntiemoradio.com

“There’s no station like this one on the air in Africa,” says Rotimi Ogunjobi, Author, Folklorist and Founder of Auntie Mo Kids Radio. He hinges the eventual success of the project on three factors.

First will be the ability to offer a cache of attractive programming that should successfully engage and maintain the primary audience.

Second will be the ability to create relevant localised content which will fulfil the primary objective of bringing the primary target listeners to better understanding of their cultural background and environment.

Third will be accessibility of the programmes through multiple devices. Auntie Mo Kids Radio streams is free and can presently be played from the website and also from mobile devices. Through the power of smartphones and tablet devices, the young listeners will be able to enjoy music and entertainment wherever they are.

All users with Android-powered devices can find the free Auntie Mo Radio app on Google Play Store. All Apple device users can also download the Auntie Mo Radio app from iTunes. All streams can be accessed through www.auntiemoradio.com  . The streams present CD quality audio and work on all devices including phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.

Auntie Mo Kids Radio runs identical daily schedules during the weekdays and also identical daily schedules on Saturday and Sunday. Details of these can be found at the website www.auntiemoradio.com.

Auntiemo is partially funded by Nigeria's Cognisci Information Systems and Technologies for Development Foundation (CISTDF), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). The foundation support diverse projects which accelerate social development and foster the well-being of marginalized persons and communities . CISTDF seeks to maximize the potentials and effectiveness of existing infrastructures relating to health, social development, employment, education, women, children and youth. Further information about Cognisci is avaiable at http://www.cogniscifoundation.org/.

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