Tag Archives: Yoto

Yoto teams with Sophie Ellis-Bextor to bring Mindfulness Corners to UK schools

The singer-songwriter and mindfulness advocate, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has partnered with the children’s audio platform, Yoto and its Yoto Player to launch a nationwide competition to bring Mindfulness Corners to 200 schools in the UK. The launch of the campaign follows recent research into the impact of Covid-19 on school children, …

Read More »

Yoto launches two new albums from Monkey Music to encourage language and motor skills development

The children’s audio platform, Yoto has launched two albums from the award-winning Monkey Music classis, Sing and Learn and Copy Me, produced to encourage babies and toddlers to develop their language and motor skills through singing, clapping, and dancing. The two new Yoto Cards are now available globally excluding in the …

Read More »

Yoto unveils exclusive partnership with Rockford’s Rock Opera to launch The End of Infinity

The children’s audio platform, Yoto has detailed an exclusive partnership with Rockford’s Rock Opera to launch The End of Infinity – the fourth title in the ecological musical series created by the BBC writer and comedian, Steve Punt and musician, Matthew Sweetapple. Under the new partnership, four Rockford’s Rock Opera …

Read More »

Yoto promises new original music collabs is ‘just the start’ of a diverse library of kids’ musical artists

The children’s audio platform, Yoto has launched a series of exclusive new music releases featuring hit children’s artists such as Jazzy Ash, Caspar Babypants, Elliott Park, Sonia De Los Santos, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, and Lucy Kalantari. The release of the child-friendly musical content follows research that has proved music …

Read More »

Kids’ audio platform Yoto welcomes Frozen, Mickey Mouse and more in Disney and Pixar partnership

The children’s audio platform, Yoto – the team behind the Yoto Player – has detailed a new partnership with Disney and Pixar to release a collection of childhood classics and fantasy favourites, including Frozen, Mickey Mouse, Moana, and more across its library of content. The new line-up will launch this …

Read More »

Yoto partners with Ameet and LEGO to launch LEGO Duplo audio cards

Yoto, the audio platform for kids and firm behind the critically acclaimed and award-winning Yoto Player, has detailed a new  partnership with AMEET Publishing and LEGO Duplo. Under the deal, AMEET will co-create a series of six new audio card packs to complement its well-established LEGO Duplo range. The new …

Read More »

Kids’ audio platform Yoto Player welcomes five new Horrid Henry titles in Novel Entertainment partnership

The popular children’s audio platform, Yoto has secured a new partnership with Novel Entertainment as it prepares to welcome a slate of five Horrid Henry audio titles to its award-winning Yoto Player this June. Ice Cream Dream, The Name Game, The Best Boys’ Club Sleepover, Horrid Henry’s Petsitting Service, and …

Read More »

Yoto partners with Puffin for the publisher’s latest Puffin World of Stories schools push

The children’s audio platform, Yoto, has detailed a new partnership with the children’s publisher, Puffin to support its Puffin World of Stories initiative and donate 90 Yoto Players, Card Cases and Card sets to primary schools across the country. Run in partnership with the National Literacy Trust, Puffin World Stories …

Read More »

Yoto Player partners with LifeScore to launch audio cards to help kids dream positively

The children’s audio platform, Yoto and its award-winning Yoto Player has launched a new line of LifeScore Dream Cards, a collection of musical cards developed to help children sleep and enjoy emotionally positive dreams. The new initiative will see the launch of three pieces of music, including Dreams of Forest, …

Read More »

Playing by ear: How audio storytelling toys are crafting a new category in the global market

Growing up, we’re told not to play with our ears just in case the wind changes direction. Well, those winds certainly have changed and today, children are using their ears to engage in play more than ever before. Modern sensibilities couldn’t fly in any greater opposition to the beliefs of …

Read More »