My kids are still enjoying watching PBS KIDS Sprout even with the 15-minutes-per-show format. On Sunday, when I turned on Nickelodeon for Monkey Boy (he likes the bigger kids shows like "Spongebob Squarepants," and "Jimmy Neutron") an hour later he had turned it back to Sprout.
Tonight I was talking to my friend Maria about the channel. She's going a bit nuts at her house because her girls don't like it, and Maria no longer has a channel to entertain her kids while she prepares dinner. She's had to TiVO "Barney," "Clifford the Big Red Dog," and other PBS children's show for her girls to watch.
Maria is so incensed about the change, especially the 15-minute format, that she's thinking of writing the producers and even starting a petition. Does anyone else out there feel the same way? If so let me know by leaving me a comment.
Or go ahead and contact the folks over at PBS KIDS Sprout. Their info is: PO Box 59269, Philadelphia, PA 19102-9997, 215.320.5891, firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may seem silly to those of you without preschool age kids, but having an hour where the kids can watch quality TV while you get something done is worth its weight in gold when you're a harried parent.____________________________________
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