Magid: Places to find video content for kids - SiliconValley.com: " . . . Netflix which charges $7.99 a month for unlimited streaming, has a kids channel . . .Amazon's Prime Instant video service will begin streaming children's content from Viacom's cable channels, including Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., MTV and Comedy Central. Kids' shows will include "Dora the Explorer," "Blue's Clues" and "SpongeBob SquarePants." . . . There is also content available for free. PBS Kids' website offers a number of videos, including "Clifford the Big Red Dog," "Curious George," "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood," "Cat in the Hat" . . .If you know what to search for, you can find plenty of children's content on YouTube, including shows from a very long time ago. If you search for "YouTube playlist," you can find instructions for setting up a playlist for the kids to watch. . . . (read more at link above)
Popular streaming channels:Netflix: The king of movie and TV show streaming. $7.99/mo.
YouTube: User-submitted videos and some original programming. Free.
Hulu Plus: TV shows days after they air and some movies. $7.99/mo.
Amazon Prime: A strong Netflix competitor with other Amazon benefits. $79/year.
Crackle: Movies and TV mostly from Sony's library. Free.
Vudu: Movie rental site owned by Walmart. Fees per movie