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CNK Digital Formed As Parent Company For ClickN KIDS And Launches Kids-Sized Apps And New Online Presence

New Looney Tunes™ ClickN READ® Phonics Program App Available on Google Play, iOS and Amazon Stores

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CNK Digital, a worldwide provider of early education products, has been formed to serve as parent company of ClickN KIDS. As a publisher, developer and distributor of  award-winning digital educational software, apps and tablets, CNK Digital is now unveiling app versions of its popular Looney Tunes™ ClickN READ® Phonics program on Google Play, iOS and Amazon stores.   


A new website for  CNK Digital, launches today and serves as a new online community where parents and educators can find the latest trends in education and exchange ideas in a highly interactive environment.

"CNK Digital represents more than just a change in company name but also a renewal of dedication toward our core mission of educating youth in America and reaching as many parents, kids and educators as possible with innovative products to make learning effective and fun," said Armie Carabet, CEO of CNK Digital. "The new direction of the company will aim to continue finding new and revolutionary ways to empower parents and inspire kids through engaging digital education experiences." 

The new Looney Tunes™ ClickN READ® Phonics apps will give children the opportunity to master reading skills in a game-like environment that is fun and features the zany antics of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Taz, Tweety, and more. Guided by Professor Wizbot and the 100 interactive lessons geared toward children in kindergarten to third grade, kids will learn to read the correct way. The program is based on recommendations from the National Reading Panel and was developed by nationally recognized early education research professor J. Ron Nelson, Ph.D. Dr. Nelson is also Director of Curriculum Development for CNK Digital.

New educational software this year includes ClickN KIDS ABC Handwriting, ClickN KIDS Math Track and Geography Kids Quiz programs. These programs will be added to the roster of strong and proven software including Looney Tunes™ ClickN READ® Phonics, a licensed program featuring the iconic cartoon characters.

Following a successful exclusive with, including topping the list for best seller in the "Kids and Teen Electronics" and "Learning and Development Toys for Kids" categories, CNK Digital will continue to feature the best-selling ClickN KIDS family tablet with a newly added lithium-ion battery for 8-hours of uninterrupted activity and a new screen protector. In 2014, CNK Digital will introduce a high-definition model and a 10 inch model of the ClickN KIDS Family Tablet, custom gel cases, accessory packs including a gel case, stylus pen with software and headphones.

For more information on CNK Digital, visit

About CNK Digital
CNK Digital (, parent company of ClickN KIDS, is a worldwide publisher, developer, and distributor of innovative, engaging and award-winning digital education experiences for computer, handheld, and mobile platforms. In partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, CNK Digital is the creator of Looney Tunes™ ClickN READ® Phonics, a licensed program featuring the iconic cartoon characters. CNK Digital produces a line of tablets including the ClickN KIDS Family Tablet, a best seller in several categories on  CNK Digital products and curriculum are being used successfully in all 50 states and by international students in more than 100 countries.

For more information, visit CNK Digital on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and on the CNK Digital Blog.

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