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CBeebies will not be taking any new longform (TV) content proposals from either independent suppliers or BBC production from now until later this year.
Proposals already submitted will receive responses in due course. Please send any queries direct to Kay Benbow - Controller, CBeebies.
It's business as usual for digital proposals - please send them to Mario Dubois via BBC Pitch in the first instance.
Further updates will be given later in the year.
To find out more about CBeebies commissioning please visit the CBeebies what we're looking for page.
We want to deliver the world's finest content to young children, putting interactive and on-demand at the heart of what we offer them. Our purpose is to encourage active play and inspire creativity and imagination across our platforms; on-air and online. "Learning through play" is our motivating philosophy.
CBeebies is a safe and trusted environment, driven by action, humour and excitement!
CBeebies is the BBC's brand for young children, offering television, radio and web services on all digital platforms. CBeebies offers a rich portfolio of content on its website, and through its television outlets. Therefore we are a multi-platform commissioner not just a television commissioner.
The CBeebies digital television channel (on satellite, cable and Freeview) is on-air from 6am - 7pm daily. The CBeebies channel is simulcast on the CBeebies website along with CBeebies radio.
Find CBeebies programmes, content and schedules on the CBeebies website.
Latest CBeebies news
CBeebies favourites will be dancing to The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield this November for a modern adaptation of The Nutcracker for the annual CBeebies Christmas show.
The BBC today launched CBeebies Playtime Island, a brand new free app for pre-schoolers and their parents to discover and play their favourite CBeebies games.
Primary schools can take part in the biggest classroom in the UK this autumn term with three brand new BBC Live Lessons exploring music, literacy and science. These interactive live broadcasts, produced by BBC Learning, bring the curriculum to life in a unique and innovative way and support schools and teachers to deliver key learning objectives.
In a first for any major video on-demand service in the world, the BBC has begun trialling subtitles for live channels on BBC iPlayer. To date, subtitles have only been available for on-demand programmes.
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