Amazon.com and Netflix have stepped up their game in kid-friendly programming this month. Amazon snagged Viacom's Nick and Nick Jr. content earlier this month after it left Netflix's digital vault, and Netflix scored its biggest original programming deal this week in a partnership for 300 hours of original content from DreamWorks Animation .

In this video, Fool contributor Rick Munarriz argues that subscribers and investors can do well by going with both. It doesn't have to be a choice.

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