Tuesday, November 18, 2008

JELLY TELLY

I have to promote this new idea. JELLY TELLY is christian based online TV channel designed as alternative to Nick and the cartoon network. No more worries about what questionable things the networks are gently exposing your kids to. From what I can tell, you pay a monthly fee ($2.99 - um, cheaper than a video) and your kids can enjoy. I think you can even register for a free month to try it. This is from Phil Vischer, the maker of Veggie Tales, you can click HERE to see a short video of Phil's vision for this new project. And, as a interesting note, Monday is KIDMO day on JELLY TELLY (if you don't remember...Chuck works at KIDMO now). Check it out. HERE

11 comments:

Wife to the Rockstar said...

Wow. That is really cool.

Karen said...

I am going to look into this! It sounds great.

Crystal said...

Awesome!!! I love that, it is just what I was looing for online : ) Thanks for sharing!! I posted about your post on my blog and linked to you : ) God Bless you today~

Sandee said...

Thanks for sharing this...I will check it out.

We don't have tv channels. so online might be cool.

Susan said...

rah rah KIDMO!!

Rachel said...

Cool! You are such a neat friend to have!!

still praying...

Amy Riggs said...

HEllo Peters family!

I think I know where you will be moving and may I say that you won't be too far from us and you will truly love the area and the season's! God's love is plentiful and you will truly experience it every day as you enjoy your new challenges and learn to adjust with an entirely new world so to speak! :) Wishing you all the best! Still miss you Tally!

Amy Riggs

Tonya said...

Oh I am excited I am totally going to check this out! :) Thanks for the info.

carrie said...

Thanks for the info! We already checked it out and are trying the free month. Hannah Beth spent a while on it last night and really had fun!

Chuck Peters said...

Yaay!!!! Thanks for sharing this Cris! I think it's an awesome initiative and I'm thrilled that Kidmo can be part of it. I'd love to see this go mainstream as a 24-hour broadcast channel in the next few years. When it does, I'd like to be part of THAT too!

~cp

Randi Sue said...

We signed up for the free month and are enjoying it.