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By Mark DiPippa, CEO & Creator – The Centsables Financial Literacy Programs

The Centsables is an award-winning, multi-media, financial literacy program for kids and their families.  Program elements include:  Award-winning, 13-episode animated TV series available in English and Spanish, interactive website, free mobile app, comic books, activity books, custom and DIY events, merchandise, lesson plans for teachers and parents, school outreach programs, retail banking for kids program, and more.  Financial literacy programs are also available for teens, millennials, adults and seniors.  We continue to license our five financial literacy modules (Kids, Teens, Millennials, Adults, Seniors) to banks, credit unions and financial advisors.

We just launched a financial literacy channel on the kids social streaming destination Zigazoo.  With over 50 million video views and 300 thousand video responses from real kids and their families, Zigazoo is a top 200 App.  On Zigazoo, kids don’t just watch videos passively.  Instead they create videos based on their interests and share them with friends in a meaningful social community. “It’s a TikTok for kids!”

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What’s New

The award-winning, animated TV series, The Centsables, is now available on Comcast’s Xfinity. The series will be available on VOD on kids channel Kids Street for all Comcast customers with the Xfinity Preferred Package throughout the Comcast footprint, including major markets such as   Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Jose, Atlanta, Houston, Seattle, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Sacramento, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, Memphis and more.

Kids Street is a destination for fun, entertainment and learning opportunities for children ages 3-7 and their families.  Programs are fun for kids to watch with the positive messages and role models that parents want to see. “The Centsables aligns perfectly with our brand promise of fun educational entertainment in a parent-approved environment. We’re proud to bring this powerful content and messages to our young Kids Street audience:” confirmed Augusto Valdez from Kids Street.

Show creator, Mark DiPippa stated: “Financial literacy is not taught in many schools and most parents want to teach their kids about money but lack the knowledge and resources. The Centsables break-through program uses edutainment to entertain, engage and educate kids using superheroes.  I’m excited to be working with channel owner Condista Networks to bring my vision into millions of TV homes.”


Mark DiPippa
(631) 547-6210


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