Definition of kidvid in English:

kidvid

Syllabification: kid·vid
Pronunciation: /ˈkidˌvid
 
/

noun

informal
1Children’s television or video entertainment.
More example sentences
  • But Paramount Home Entertainment also had the foresight to begin the DVD migration earlier than its chief kidvid rival, HIT Entertainment, which owns the Thomas & Friends and Bob the Builder franchises.
  • It's a lesson other studios producing kidvid need to learn, pronto.
  • The producers also found it necessary to insert that wearisome kidvid standby, the cute animal mascot (this time, it's a salamander-like rock-eating dog named Obby), to amuse the toddlers.
1.1A children’s program or videotape.
More example sentences
  • Little Miss Muffett, Wee Willie Winkie, and Old Mother Hubbard are just a few of the familiar characters in this kidvid.
  • This kidvid is not a passive experience. Boys and girls get involved and enjoy learning.

Origin

late 20th century: from kids' video.

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