What is KIDS-4?
The label KIDS-4 denotes 2 things First, it is the call letters for the cable channel.

Second, KIDS-4 is the name of an after-school program run by Sun Prairie Media Center. The program consists of about 50 to 70 children per year divided into groups of 5 to 8 kids. The groups meet 1 time per week for 1 hour to design, create, and produce their own programs. Though each crew of kids is assigned an adult crew leader and high school-aged crew assistant, the work they do is entirely their own. The kids in KIDS-4 write, tape, produce, direct, and edit their own programs. Using this hands-on approach KIDS-4 hopes to teach children about the power of the television medium. KIDS-4 also promotes volunteerism in the Sun Prairie community, working with the kids in KIDS-4 to tape events around the community. KIDS-4 empowers the children of Sun Prairie, giving them a voice on cable TV in Sun Prairie.

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1. What is the Sun Prairie Media Center?
2. Where can I view KIDS-4 and KSUN channels?
3. I often see the names KIDS-4 and KSUN. How are these names part of Sun Prairie Media Center?
4. What does Sun Prairie Media Center do?
5. How is Sun Prairie Media Center funded?
6. What is KIDS-4?
7. How old are the kids in the KIDS-4 after-school program?
8. How did KIDS-4 come into being?
9. Where is Sun Prairie Media Center located?
10. Can I get my own copy of programs I see on KIDS-4 or KSUN?
11. What are the Sun Prairie Media Center user guidelines?