Nickelodeon has signed on to broadcast “WWE Slam City,” WWE’s kids' animated short-form series, on the NickSports programming block on Nicktoons.
For the fourth year in a row, Nickelodeon has partnered with The National Breast Cancer Foundation in Australia for a SpongeBob SquarePants promotion.
Nickelodeon has ordered a 20-episode second season of the new preschool series “Dora and Friends: Into the City!”
Zodiak Kids will debut Marathon Media’s brand-new production “Get Blake!,” a new cartoon-style comedy developed in partnership with Nickelodeon and Gulli.
Broadcasters, producers and brand creators from around the world will converge on Cannes, France, tomorrow for the annual MIPJunior/MIPCOM marketplace.
Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master are teaming up to co-develop the new girls' preschool series "Little Charmers."
Toys 'R' Us will offer a wide range of toys and accessories, including a number of exclusives, for the third season of the Nickelodeon's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Broadcasters in Finland are cozying up to Nickelodeon’s kids’ content.
Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
While there is a world of difference between Hello Kitty and SpongeBob SquarePants, there are also many similarities that distinguish these properties from others.
Nickelodeon has launched the “Nick App” in the U.K. and Ireland, marking the first availability of the app outside of the U.S.
VIMN announced a raft of new free-to-air deals for Nickelodeon series in South America at the NATPE market, taking place this week in Miami, Fla.
Ubisoft has inked a new deal with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing to bring the video game character the Rabbids to a full line of books.
Viacom International Media Networks has signed a raft of third-party for its Nickelodeon kids' animation and live-action portfolio.
MGA Entertainment has signed a deal with Viacom to air the first two seasons of the “Lalaloopsy” TV series internationally on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. networks.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Australian live events company Showtime Attractions to manage and expand Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ licensed characters to Australia and New Zealand.
DHX Media has signed a number of international broadcast deals for its preschool series “Yo Gabba Gabba!.”
Viacom has formed a program acquisitions group to coordinate the company's activity across its portfolio of domestic media networks.
Nickelodeon and its licensees unveiled a robust new lineup of toys at New York Toy Fair this week, headlined by Dora, Bubble Guppies and TMNT.
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