DIY.org launches OTT platform for children to learn and explore through specially curated content

Educational technology platform DIY.org (acquired and operated by Kyt Technologies Pvt Ltd) has announced the launch of DIY TV, a subscription-based video-on-demand (S-VOD) platform designed exclusively for children.

The first OTT platform of its kind aims to meet the latent need by providing globally content, specially curated, age-appropriate. Designed to inspire learning and exploration Through active use Of content.

The platform seeks to disrupt the traditional rules of content use with unique proposals. After the children watch the show on the platform, they are presented with a set of unique but simple challenges and projects inspired by the program and help the children perform the same in the real world. They can then share these projects and experiences with their fellow DIYers and earn XP points in a wider community setting. With DIY.org’s growing global community of children and counting from 167 countries, the platform offers a unique opportunity to share, collaborate and learn.

With a growing customer base around the world and a thriving community of thousands of children, DIY allows children to share what they learn, create with other children, and receive feedback from moderators and mentors – all COPPA-compliant and 100% safe for children. Atmosphere

Speaking of the launch of DIY TV, Bhavik Rathod, Co-Founder, Kyt TechnologiesSaid

“The reality today is that kids are using most of their content off the screen. The content currently available is dormant at its best and insecure in the worst case. Parents are looking for good quality content for their children and children are looking for rich, educational, and peer-accepted content. Diversity. DIY TV brings content that meets both needs in a way that has never been done before. “

With the introduction of DIY TV, DIY.org has become the first EdTech platform for children to enter the OTT space. DIY TV will change how children use content through three main focus areas – (1) providing healthy screen time, (2) encouraging active (rather than passive) use of content, and (3) consuming, creating and creating positive loops. The idea is to provide rich and inspiring content that makes children spend time off screen in the form of collaborative activities and projects. Furthermore, the active community on the platform helps children collaborate and share, thus adding another level of positive reinforcement to learning-based content use.

Talking about the main offer of DIY TV, Trupti Ahuja, co-founder, Kyt TechnologiesSaid

“We are building DIY as a transmedia company in the children’s learning space. We believe in the power of good screen time for children and for that we look forward to launching DIY TV as a new vertical on our platform.”

In February 2021, Kyt Technologies acquired San Francisco-based DIY.org and merged Kyt Academy and DIY Operations. With the edit, Kyt not only rebranded DIY but also expanded it globally. DIY includes a range of 160+ skills that children can explore and learn through a variety of exciting courses, challenges, live workshops and competitions.

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