Nick Digital

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Nick Digital
Animation studio
Founded 1994 (as Nickelodeon Creative Labs)
1999 (as Nick Digital)
2009 (re-opened, still as Nick Digital and Nickelodeon Creative Advertising)
Headquarters New York City, United States
Parent MTVN Kids & Family Group
Divisions Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Nickelodeon Creative Advertising

Nick Digital is an American animation studio. The studio, which opened in 1994, creates commercials and motion graphics, as well as CGI animation for 2D-animated shows on Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and Nicktoons.


Nickelodeon Creative Labs was founded in 1994 by Amy Friedman. The company produced motion graphics and short-form material for the Nickelodeon network, including the award-winning Short Films by Short People interstitial series. In 1999, Nickelodeon Creative Labs became Nick Digital. In 2005, when Nickelodeon Studios closed, a majority of the animation staff from there moved into Nick Digital. In 2008, Viacom fired 750 staff - the whole studio, causing the studio to close. In 2009, Nickelodeon re-opened Nick Digital and set up a new division, Nickelodeon Creative Advertising, to produce advertising for kids & families.

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