Kit & Kiya

Kirsten Ostgard, a friend (well friend of my Wife) has started an Indiegogo campaign for a children’s Web/TV show called Kit & Kiya. I’ve known Kirsten for a while now and I can say that her passion for children, and children’s film in particular has been with her the entire time I have known her.

She’s a great person whom I think will succeed in children’s programming. She is only trying to raise $1,500 to get the project off the ground and I’m in for $100. Even if you don’t like the concept (and assuming you are a parent) the idea of having a better option than Caillou simply must be appealing to you.

Let’s get it funded.

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by Ben Brooks
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Kirsten Ostgard, a friend (well friend of my Wife) has started an Indiegogo campaign for a children’s Web/TV show called Kit & Kiya. I’ve known Kirsten for a while now and I can say that her passion for children, and children’s film in particular has been with her the entire time I have known her. […]