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Pakapaka is an Argentine television channel and website providing shows and original programming for children ages 2 to 12 and their families. Launched initially as a programming section in the Encuentro television channel on September 23, 2007, and later as digital terrestrial television and FTA channel on September 17, 2010, although regular transmissions began on September 9. It is operated by Argentina's Ministry of Education.
PAKAPAKA IS THE PUBLIC SIGNAL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, GIRLS, AND BOYS BETWEEN 2 AND 12 YEARS OLD. WITH VARIED UNIVERSAL AND AESTHETIC THEMES, IT GUARANTEES ACCESS TO QUALITY CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL CONTENT THAT TRANSCENDS AGES IN AN ENTERTAINING AND BOLD WAY. ITS MULTIPLATFORM AND TRANSMEDIA PROPOSALS CALL FOR PARTICIPATION AND INTERACTION THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTENT AND GAMES ON ITS WEBSITE, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF APPS.
PAKAPAKA conceives children as citizens, subjects of rights, builders and thinkers of their reality, with knowledge and ways of seeing the world that enrich life in common. It offers the tools to interpret the complex world around them and be true protagonists and agents of change.
First educational and public channel of Argentina. He was born in 2010 and is a space that allows the boys and girls of the country to express themselves respecting their differences and particularities.
PAKAPAKA is a space of play and imagination, of curiosity and knowledge, of innovation and challenge, and, above all, of discovery and fun. A screen with a cool tone in the language the boys speak.