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Kidz Bop Releases 21st Album & Launches Radio Show
Kidz Bop has seen major success with their albums, and now they are launching their own radio show. They teamed up with Sirius XM for a 2 hour radio show on Fridays. It will be hosted at their station, Kids Place Live. This news comes at the heels of their Kidz Bop 21 album that just came out and is now being sold at stores like Target. It features kids singing songs like “Moves Like Jagger” and many others. Here is their mini press release about the upcoming radio show, called “Kidz Bop Block Party”.
KIDZ BOP and SiriusXM have teamed up to launch KIDZ BOP Block Party!, where kids rule the radio! The two-hour weekly radio show will air every Friday at 6:00PM ET on Kids Place Live, channel 78! The “by kids for kids” interactive format lets kids across North America help determine weekly playlists and segments, chat with celebrities and get a chance to have their voices heard – all by participating online at KIDZBOP.com.
Each week, KIDZ BOP Block Party! will kick off the show with the “KIDZ BOP High 5″, it’s weekly Top 5 countdown segment. Kids can vote for the songs they want to hear at KIDZBOP.com. The show will also feature an “Artists 2 Know” segment, which will showcase a different musician, actor or performer during a special Q&A session.
To learn more about the show or participate online, visit the KIDZ BOP Block Party! Official Fan Page.
I am glad that they have had such a great reaction to what they do; even if I think they pick some no sit kid friendly songs. I certainly do think that their idea is in the right place and for kids to have weekly radio show to look forward to is a great idea. The last thing that parents should worry about is their kid listening to the dance remixes on the top 40 stations.
Do you like KidzBop? Are you planning to hear their 2 hour show? I personally don’t have Sirius, but I am sure that a lot of kids can stream it online. I wouldn’t be surprised if they eventually come out with their music video station, online or via cable. I am sure they have a market for it.