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Kabillion, Saban to launch new video-on-demand channel for kids

April 30, 2013|By Matthew Fleischer
  • The Power Rangers will be coming to the new Vortexx video on demand channel.
The Power Rangers will be coming to the new Vortexx video on demand channel. (Nickelodeon )

Kabillion, a video-on-demand network aimed at kids, is partnering with Saban Brands to launch a new VOD channel.

The channel is another outlet for the programming that Saban already has on the CW Network. That Saturday block, which is called Vortexx, features kids' shows aimed primarily at young boys. Shows that the Vortexx VOD channel will carry include Saban's “Power Rangers” and “Sonic X,” as well as “Dragon Ball Z Kai.”  

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“Saban’s Vortexx programs are some of the most iconic and best-loved kids shows ever,” Kabillion President Nicolas Atlan said. 

Kabillion is available in more than 40 million homes.

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