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As parents consider new streaming services, is there too much children's programming?


Whether they prefer Elsa, SpongeBob or a Russian heroine named Masha, today's kids have endless reasons to beg for more screen time. Yet almost nobody thinks there is too much children's programming. (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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