In an era of increasing niche programming on TV, women have the Oxygen network, men have Spike TV and some pets are even agog at Animal Planet.
Now, infants can pull up a bouncy chair, grab a bottle and have round-the-clock access to the nation's first channel for babies, BabyFirstTV, featuring three-minute segments designed for babies as young as 6 months.
The satellite channel, which premiered on Mother's Day, touts itself as a "learning experience" for babies and their parents with developmental benefits...
Kathy King, a Sacramento-area mother of two, signed up after coming across a free trial.
"They were both mesmerized," the middle school science teacher said of her sons, 2-year-old Wyatt and 10-month-old Wesley.
— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading