- The famous kids’ nursery rhymes YouTube channel, Ccocomelon, enters merchandising
- This will include character-inspired toys to be released in summer in the US
- Cocomelon is one of the most viewed channels for kids on YouTube with 88.3M subscribers
Other than the most popular celebrities on the internet, do you know that the famous kids’ channel, Cocomelon, gets record-breaking views on YouTube?
It is the first YouTube channel to exceed 1 billion weekly views. It’s like 1,600 viewers are watching every second.
No wonder the channel is known to almost any mom, parent, grandma or kids on the planet.
But here is one exciting news which will truly make the kids love the channel even more.
Cocomelon toys are coming! Yes! Treasure Studio, Inc., the creator, collaborated with Jazwares to make the very first line of toys. The release of character-inspired toys will include plush, bath play, vehicles, figurines, and role play.
“Finally! Thank you for supporting us for all these years. We’ve heard you loud and clear, and we are happy to officially announce that CoComelon toys will be arriving by the end of summer!” Cocomelon announced via Facebook on July 16.
Pre-orders are available on Amazon and Walmart in the US.
In the Philippines, toy sellers have opened pre-orders with prices ranging from P1,500 to P2,000. Buyers must be willing to wait since the items are coming out in the US in September and will still be shipped to the country.
According to Bloomberg, Cocomelon is owned by Jay Jeon, a former commercial director. His wife is a children’s book author. They founded Treasure Studio, Inc. in 2005 and entered YouTube in 2006. With over 13 years in the industry, the channel has earned more than 88.3 million subscribers and with 2.5B views in a month on the average.
Their studio composed of a 20-member team is currently located in Southern California. Ccocmelon is formerly known as ABCkidTV.
“At CoComelon, our primary goal has always been to engage families with entertaining and educational content that makes universally-relatable preschool moments fun,” according to its website.
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