Australian Radio Network (ARN) has announced that Kinderling Kids Radio will be available across the company’s DAB+ digital spectrum and iHeartRadio platform from July.
Launched in 2015 by creative and passionate parents, Kinderling is an Aussie kids’ radio station that plays music and shows created especially for parents and children up to the age of seven.
Parents can also tune in to Kinderling Conversations, a show that balances the art and science of parenting with expert advice and real-life stories.
ARN’s chief operating officer, Michael Harvey, said: “We are excited to welcome Kinderling to ARN.
“Since it launched in 2015, Kinderling has developed a loyal audience through strong, engaging content, and the successful format complements our established brands and content offering, particularly with our core female listeners, and Kinderling’s growing audience.”
Kinderling CEO Evan Kaldor said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with ARN and excited by the tremendous strategic advantages that ARN’s leading audience platforms present to connect Kinderling content with Australian families with young children.
“Over the last three years, Kinderling Kids Radio has built a reputation as an innovative, fast-growing content and media brand.
“Our new partnership with ARN enables us to accelerate this audience growth by introducing iHeartRadio’s audience of one million to Kinderling, as well as providing significant crossover opportunities with ARN’s portfolio of shows.”