Posts Tagged ‘nickelodeon’
Brenda Freeman has been named Senior Vice President of Promotions Marketing for Nickelodeon. In her new position, Freeman will oversee the development and execution of all promotions marketing efforts for Nickelodeon and its related brands including Nick Jr., Noggin, The N, and Nick Digital assets including both on-air and off air promotions, client services, ad […]
Nickelodeon Online has unveiled a “New Game of the Week” feature on Nick.com. Games of the week are free, brand new Nick property-themed games available to Nick.com visitors on a weekly basis. One original Nick or third party published game will roll out every Friday throughout the course of 2006. The games will be based […]
Two consumer groups have announced their intention to sue Viacom, parent company of Nickelodeon, and the Kellogg Company over their use of SpongeBob SquarePants and other cartoon characters to sell food of “poor nutritional quality” to children under 8 (registration required). The Center for Science in the Public Interest, the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, […]
4Kids Entertainment has licensed Yu-Gi-Oh! GX to Nickelodeon for broadcast in the U.K., Spain, Australia, and Latin America, World Screen reports.
Nickelodeon will air the first five minutes of the new CGI animated family film Hoodwinked on Thursday, January 12, at 8:00pm. Hoodwinked will be released in theaters nationwide the following day, Friday, January 13, 2006. [Source: PR Newswire]
Nick Jr. has commenced production on the new original animated series Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!. The 26-episode preschool series, produced by Bolder Media for Boys and Girls and created by Bob Boyle (producer on Nickelodeon’s The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom), celebrates the spirit of teamwork and cooperation. The series is slated to premiere this fall […]
Herb Scannell, Vice Chairman, MTVN; and President, Nickelodeon Networks, is leaving the company to pursue other business opportunities. Mr. Scannell began his career at Nickelodeon in 1988 as Director of Programming and rose through various positions before being named President of the network in 1996. During Mr. Scannell’s tenure, Nickelodeon opened a new animation studio […]
The New York Times talks about Nickelodeon’s efforts to bring its programming to China (registration required), detailing the hurdles its parent company Viacom must clear from the Chinese government and from Chinese parents who may be even more restrictive on what their children are allowed to watch. The Wild Thornberries and CatDog are already broadcast […]
NOGGIN will ring in the New Year with a brand-new season of never-before-seen episodes of the preschool series Franklin. The new sixth season will premiere on Sunday, January 1, 2006, from 10:00am – 10:30am (ET), as part of a marathon of Franklin episodes from 10:00am – 4:00pm (ET). NOGGIN will continue to roll out a […]
Nickelodeon has acquired GoCityKids, an online city directory and resource for both visiting and local families. PR Newswire has more.