Nancy Kanter

Disney Junior

Guest

Senior Vice President of Programming for Disney Junior and General Manager of Disney Junior Worldwide

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Preschool TV is booming. That's good for business, but what about kids? Since the advent of  Sesame Street  in 1969 the field has expanded.

Preschool TV: Sesame Street to Disney Junior

Preschool TV is booming. That's good for business, but what about kids? Since the advent of Sesame Street in 1969 the field has expanded.

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