Apple Signs Deal With Sesame Workshop for Kids' Shows as Part of Streaming Service - NBC Southern California

Apple Signs Deal With Sesame Workshop for Kids' Shows as Part of Streaming Service

Apple has been making content deals with other big names, including Oprah Winfrey

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    What to Know

    • The shows will be part of a slate of children's programming for Apple's upcoming streaming service.

    • "Sesame Street" isn't a part of the agreement.

    Apple is getting into business with the prestigious Sesame Workshop.

    Apple said Wednesday it has given a multiple-series order to the nonprofit organization.

    The shows will be part of a slate of children's programming for Apple's upcoming streaming service.

    Apple said the long-running "Sesame Street" program, which airs on PBS and HBO, isn't part of the agreement.

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    Apple has been making content deals with other big names, including Oprah Winfrey, as it prepares to compete with Netflix, Amazon and other streaming services.