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Sky to debut new content app for kids

Sky plcon March 31 will launch a new programming app for kids.

The Sky Kids app will offer programs such as 's "Paw Patrol,"Boomerang's "ScoobyDoo," CBeebies'"Octonauts" and CartoonNetwork's "Adventure Time," according to a March 30 newsrelease. The content lineup will also include "Morph," which is setto debut on the Sky Kids app later in 2016 with new exclusive episodes.

Sky's Kids service is being overseen by Sky's firstdedicated head of kids' content, Lucy Murphy, who joined the company inNovember 2015.