When the Digital TV conversion was established in 2007, one major advantage was that it allowed for digital sub-channels for most TV stations depending on Network affiliation. A Fox station for example, might also carry an all movie network, or an ABC station might carry a health network. There are plenty of specialty digital channels in the over-the-air space similar to cable. But one area that seems so under-represented is children's networks. The only notable digital broadcast network for kids currently is Qubo, with PBS Kids recently added to the mix. With the death of Saturday Morning Cartoons, you'd think broadcast kids networks on digital TV would seem like the next best thing. Streaming may be dominating everyone's lives now, but over-the-air TV is still quite popular, arguably more than cable since it's free, and is often a convenient alternative if you don't have a good internet connection.