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ISTANBUL, TURKEY - MARCH 23: The YouTube and Netflix app logos are seen on a television screen on March 23, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey. The Government of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan passed a new law on March 22 extending the reach of the country's radio and TV censor to the internet. The new law will allow RTUK, the states media watchdog, to monitor online broadcasts and block content of social media sites and streaming services including Netflix and YouTube. Turkey already bans many websites including Wikipedia, which has been blocked for more than a year. The move came a day after private media company Dogan Media Company announced it would sell to pro-government conglomerate Demiroren Holding AS. The Dogan news group was the only remaining news outlet not to be under government control, the sale, which includes assets in CNN Turk and Hurriyet Newspaper completes the governments control of the Turkish media. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
If you’re running out of stuff for your kid to watch during the pandemic, YouTube is here for you! Over the next month, until August 31st, YouTube Kids will release over 100 free movies and specials as part of their “After School” experience project. YouTube’s Head of Family & Learning Partnerships, Don Anderson, explains that the service wants to help parents who are juggling work, life and their children at the same time due to work-from-home arrangements caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The new selection will include Baby Shark, Pinkfong, The Wiggles, and Hair Love, and more. YouTube Kids will put up its After School content every Monday under the “Shows” category over the next five weeks.