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Nickelodeon TV channel

Nickelodeon, Nick for short, is the name of an American cable TV network well known for its innovative children's programming. It is also the first cable channel which shows children's and youth programming in the world. Nickelodeon went on the air in 1979 as Pinwheel and the channel name was used until 1981 and has continued to produce innovative programming, such as Pinwheel, You Can't Do That on Television, Double Dare, Clarissa Explains It All, Rugrats, SpongeBob SquarePants, Rocket Power, and My Life as a Teenage Robot. Starting with "You Can't Do That On Television", Nickelodeon also became known for its famous variation of synthetic green slime which was also used for Nick's Slime Time. Though in December 2003, began to show in the mornings.

Later, UPick-live was launched near the end of the 20th century. It aims for voting for a show that is from Nickelodeon content. Nick J.G.G. is broadcasted on Japanese Nickelodeon.

Shows filled with superheroes and a couple of Japanese animé are broadcasted on Nickelodeon(Nick)'s Slam. Shows from 4PM to 6PM Eastern-Andes (Eastern) Time, it was launched in ?.

Nickelodeon, owned by Viacom, has also spun off the following cable networks: Nick Too, Nick Games and Sports (Nick GAS), NickToons, and Noggin (a joint venture with Sesame Workshop). They also operate language- or culture-specific Nickelodeon channels for various markets in different parts of the world, and have licensed translated versions of some of their cartoons and other content to TV and cable stations (such as Kinderkanal of Germany, (originally) YTV (Youth TV) of Canada and parts of the North with the exception of some parts of Nunavut , and Alpha Kids from Greece) in areas not directly served by Nickelodeon.

The first television show of its own, Nickelodeon began in 1991. Rugrats was the first Nicktoon ever created.

Its website was launched in 1995. Nick began to introduce info on shows, etc. Nickpoints was later introduced. The website features All Nick which feature description of TV shows, lineup, Nick movies, and magazines. Games section features games, more games, 3D-games, multi-player games, video game info, and clickamajigs. Music info, and mucis clickamajigs. Webisodes of Agent Pixel, Tony Simiano which also has a game named Disco Chimp, and Crimson Chin from the Fairly Oddparents which is defending the 5 archnemesis including the Bronze Kneecap. All three webisodes are on blab. Message boards of each Nickelodeon shows. And finally, your world which features Nick GAS, the new Buzz, movie madness, star info, e-calendar, weather, horoscopes, jokes, weird news, and Nick Talk.

Other websites like, and Spanish were introduced later, with fewer games than It became one of the only websites to have points. Its known as NickPoints. The most number of nickpoints today on is over a 100,000,000. Later in 2001, also launched MyNick filled with e-collectibles. Today has nearly 200 games, clickamajigs, games at the more games section, and music.

On other Nick websites, except for some, there are no Nick Points.

Nick also has a magazine named Nick Magazine. It contains news, info, stuff, and monthly crosswords.

Nick at Nite is also broadcasted on Nickelodeon which is broadcasted from nowhere else but from North America, not even on Nick Japan or Nick Latin America. It features shows from the history of Paramount and Viacom-owned programs like Dennis the Menace, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, and Sanford and Son. Nick at Nite later launched TV Land in 1996 or 1997. TV Land later launched to other parts of the globe before the end of the 20th century.

See also: Amanda Bynes, List of Nickelodeon Shows.

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