Sesame Street has launched a new subscription video on demand service that delivers full-length TV episodes of Sesame Street online. Subscription costs $3.99 per month or $29.99 per year and the site is ad-free as well as fully optimized for viewing across all screens,
Benedict Cumberbatch helps the Count on Sesame Street, Australia shows us what a very bad idea it is to play truant from school, Instagram goes all 80′s and Sir Fedora wins the internet. Watch the pick of the must-see videos of the week.
It’s just two weeks to Christmas and we are bringing you absolutely no festive-flavour Vines. Instead we have a paper ski-scene from Nokia, Gandalf meeting Gandalf and Oreo slam-dunking their way through another great super short-form clip.
Sesame Street has always been a frontrunner in supporting young children through traumatic events such as death, divorce and bullying. Their latest initiative tackles the heartbreaking topic of having a parent in prison and gives advice and guidance to both children and their primary caregivers on how to cope with this situation.
Sesame Street did it! It hit a billion views and their very own Count Von Count is singing a thank you video to everyone who contributed. Can he count all the “yous” in YouTube? He certainly can! He’s the Count! Sesame Street’s milestone is much-needed good news for the non-profit, a show that almost everyone has grown up with in their lifetime.
How great is Sesame Street eh? No, really though. Not only is it the greatest kids show ever (after The Clangers – one for the UK readers there), but their YouTube Channel is just a few million plays away from hitting an amazing 1 Billion …
You know what the biggest no-brainer of no-brainers there are when it comes to a successful video on YouTube? Whenever "Sesame Street" or "The Muppets" or anything Jim Henson has ever had his fingerprints on decides to do a parody of something already in the …