TEEN KIDS NEWS IS AN EMMY AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION NEWS SHOW FOR KIDS
Teen Kids News is an international 1/2 hour weekly program that is informative, educational and entertaining! The show has been on the air since 2003, and given how many people watch it and love it, the show will be on forever!
Teen Kids News (TKN) highlights stories about kids doing amazing things and helping to make the world a better place.
In addition, the TKN reporters on the show (who are, of course, all kids!) report on everything that is fun, interesting or important about our world. These stories range from how to deal with bullying to kids who fly planes to tips on getting into college to how to start a business.
You can watch the most recent full episode of the TKN TV show in the video section of the website.
You can get the On Air Schedule of what time and what channel the show is on TV in your area.
You can watch individual stories segments on the website in the video section. The categories include Schools & Careers, Entertainment, Helping & Going Green, Health & Well Being, Fun Facts and Sports.
TKN recently won its first Emmy Award! In addition, TKN has received numerous awards including the Silver Circle Award, Hermes Creative Award, Angel Award, George Washington Honor Medal and several Accolade, Telly and Communicator Awards plus is a Parents’ Choice award winner! The CT Press Club recently awarded TeenKidsNews.com first place for Best Educational Website!
Teen Kids News has been written up in People Magazine, TV Guide and Daily News, listed as a “best TV show” in Parenting magazine and spoofed by Jon Stewart on the Daily Show. The show was cited by the non-profit advocacy group, Children Now, as one of only eight shows on the air for children and teens that truly has educational value.
Teen Kids News is proud that all of its episodes are Close Captioned to help people with hearing challenges.
The show was created by Albert Primo, award-winning creator of the adult news program “Eyewitness News”. He, along with Emmy Award winning Director, Alan Weiss, are the Executive Producers of Teen Kids News.