Billionaire investor Warren Buffet TV series to teach kids how to manage money ink Thai partner


The billionair Warrent Buffet, who is giving most of his wealth to charity and not to his children, has launched a children’s TV series to teach them how to manage money. TBI Vision reports; the 26x30mins Buffet children series, has gone to MediaCorp in Singapore, Workpoint Entertainment in Thailand, Globosat in Brazil and ZOOM in Israel. The news comes after Paris-based PGS launched an office in Hong Kong. KidVenture Club comes from Andy Heyward’s A Squared Entertainment and China’s Xing Xing and was created with businessman Buffet. It features guest appearances from the likes of rapper Jay-Z, basketball player Shaquille O’Neal and technology impresario and philathropist Bill Gates. “Broadcasters around the world are seeing the value in offering their young viewers a unique TV series that both entertains and teaches kids how to make key decisions about their lives and finances,” said PGS president Guillaume Soutter. The show first launched on US kids channel The Hub. (Source)


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