LOS ANGELES - Kids ages four to 15 now spend an average of 85 minutes per day watching YouTube videos. But what if those videos could be informational and educational?
No doubt you've seen Now This videos pop up on your social media feed.
Now This News was founded in 2012 as a quick news source targeting millennials on social media. But they are setting their sights on the next generation.
Now This Kids spotlights news and important issues for children ages 6 to 11.
From the first episode, you can already see the powerful and poignant topics kids will learn about, including LGBTQ plus families.
The host is no stranger to the platform. 13-year-old activist Naomi Wadler was featured in a Now This video two years ago. Now, she will host the weekly videos on YouTube. There's also a podcast and a newsletter.
Now This Kids has their first episode up called "What makes a family?" Visit NowThisNews.com for more information.