Nickelodeon (Latin America)

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Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon 2009 logo.svg
Launched 20 December 1996 (1996-12-20)
Network Nickelodeon
Owned by MTV Networks Latin America
(Viacom)
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 4:3 480i/576i for the SDTV feeds)
Country Latin America
Language Spanish
Portuguese (in Brazil only)
English[1]
(only available during programmes as a second audio track)
Broadcast area Latin America
Headquarters Miami Beach, Florida
Sister channel(s) MTV
VH1
Nick Jr.
Nicktoons
Comedy Central
Paramount Channel (International)
Telefe
Website mundonick.com
Availability
Satellite
Dish Network Mexico Channel 305
Sky
(Mexico, Central America and the Dominican Republic)
Channel 307 (SD)
Channel 1307 (HD)
DirecTV
(South America)
Channel 308 (SD)
Channel 1308 (HD)
Movistar
(Chile, Peru, Colombia and Venezuela)
Channel 302 (SD)
Channel 823 (HD)
Tigo Star
(Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay)
Channel 107
Sky Brasil Channel 57 (SD)
Channel 457 (HD)
Claro TV
(Latin America)
Colombia:
Channel 208 (SD)
Channel 234 (Nick 2)
Channel 240 (HD)
Chile:
Channel 8 (SD)
Channel 508 (HD)
Channel 505 (Nick 2)
Cable
Claro TV
(Latin America)
Chile:
Channel 8 (SD)
Channel 508 (HD)
Peru:
Channel 35 (SD)
Channel 576 (HD)
Channel 577 (Nick 2)
Colombia:
Channel 208 (SD)
Channel 1208 (HD)
Channel 1214 (Nick 2)
Ecuador:
Channel 69 (SD)
Channel 569 (HD)
Channel 571 (Nick 2)
Honduras
Channel 22 (Analogue)
Channel 153 (Digital)
Megacable
(Mexico)
Channel 256 (SD)
Channel 1256 (HD)
Cablevisión
(Argentina)
Channel 34 (Analogue)
Channel 202 (SD/HD)
Movistar TV
(Peru)
Channel 410 (SD)
Channel 765 (HD)
Tigo Star
(Latin America)
Channel 302 (Paraguay)
Channel 115 (SD; Bolivia)
Channel 724 (HD; Bolivia)
Channel 16 (Analogue; El Salvador)
Channel 104 (Digital; El Salvador)
Channel 65 (Analogue; Honduras)
Channel 104 (Digital; Honduras)
VTR
(Chile)
Channel 9 (Santiago)
Channel 719 (HD)
IPTV
ETB
(Colombia)
Channel 102 (HD)
Channel 103 (Nick 2)
Claro TV
(Dominican Republic)
Channel 404 (SD)
Channel 1404 (HD)
Channel 1407 (Nick 2)
Movistar TV
(Argentina)
Channel 508 (HD)
GTD Manquehue
(Chile)
Channel 11 (SD)
Channel 819 (HD)
Telefónica del Sur
(Chile)
Channel 10 (SD)
Channel 819 (Nick 2)
Dibox
(Argentina)
Channel 308 (SD)
Cablevisión
(Argentina)
Channel 202 (HD)

Nickelodeon is a Latin American pay television channel, counterpart of the American network of the same name. It is oriented to the It is owned by Viacom and was launched on 20 December 1996.[2] It includes shows like Skimo and the hit teen drama Isa TKM and its successor Isa TK+.[needs update]

Nickelodeon is divided into four regional feeds: three (North, Central and South)[3] in Spanish, and one (Brazil)[4] in Portuguese.

History[edit]

The channel was launched on 20 December 1996 in Latin America as a cartoon-oriented channel, being the main competitor of Cartoon Network, which was launched three years before. In 1999, Nickelodeon launched its official website for the region, MundoNick.com. "Nick Radio" was also available, but eventually it was replaced by the Nick Jr. official site.

On February 13, 2006 a programming block named Nick at Nite was launched. It consisted mostly of live action shows from the 80s and 90s, and aired from 10 pm to 6 am.[5]

On June 9, 2008 the channel launched "Nickers", a live-action show with two hosts introducing shows and music. It followed the same line and was very similar to Disney Channel's Zapping Zone. The block was retired in all feeds in December 2008. In 2008, two new original productions premiered, both being telenovelas. The first one, Isa TKM premiered on September 29, 2008 and La Maga y el Camino Dorado premiered on October 13 of the same year.

In 2009, a new segment called Nick Hits, which airs classic Nick Toons, replaced Nick at Nite on weekends. On April 5, 2010, Nickelodeon Latin America started carrying the new logo already in use on many Nickelodeon networks around the world. Also, classic Nicktoons seen on Nick Hits became part of Nick at Nite. In June 2010, Viacom gave the rights for Mexico to release their own Kids Choice Awards.[6] It premiered on September 4, 2010. On July 20, 2010 another original series called Sueña conmigo premiered.

Through August 2010, Nickelodeon started to rerun the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender to promote the film The Last Airbender, with this, a new on-air logo showed when the series is airing, an arrow blurring takes on/off in the Nick logo.[7] On May 2, 2011 premiered the fifth original production called Grachi. In late January 2012, MTV Networks Latin America announced another telenovela, Miss XV, that was premiered on April 16, 2012.[8]

On January 1, 2015 the Nick at Nite programming block went off the air.

Feeds[edit]

Nickelodeon Latin America is divided into four different feeds for its transmission in the Latin American region.

  • North: Mexico. Used to broadcast as a pan-regional feed excluding Argentina and Chile.
  • Central: Colombia, Central America, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia. This feed used to cover Paraguay and Uruguay until 2012, when they switched to the South feed.
  • South: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay. Chile used to be covered by this feed until 2017.
  • Brazil: Portuguese-language feed launched in August 1998.[9]

Programming[edit]

Events and media[edit]

Verano Nick[edit]

Verano Nick (Nick Summer) is a limited summer event, that holds in different places, such on beaches and hotels. It holds every year since 2007.

Kids' Choice Awards Mexico[edit]

In June 2010, Viacom gave the rights for Mexico to release their own Kids' Choice Awards. It was presented on September 4, 2010 in "El Teatro Chino de Six Flags" (The Chinese Theater of Six Flags) on the Six Flags Mexico park. It was presented by Omar Chaparro and Anahí.[10] The show was not show in TV until October 14, 2010.

Kids Choice Awards Argentina[edit]

Kids Choice Awards Colombia[edit]

The Kids Choice Awards in Colombia

Revista Nick[edit]

Revista Nick (Nick Magazine) was launched in 27 November 2004 in Mexico, ending in April 2010, five months after the American version was ended due to the continued migration of network content to the Internet.

MundoNick.com[edit]

MundoNick is the network's official website which launched in 1999.

Sister channels[edit]

Nick HD[edit]

Nickelodeon HD logo

In September 2010, MTV Networks Latin America announced new plans for 2011, one of them, the launching of Nickelodeon HD officially MTV Live HD.[11] In May 2011, MTV Networks Latin America announced more details. The programming will be American and local.[12] The release was June 1, 2011, all over Latin America.[12] The channel is available in Portuguese (for Brazil), Spanish and English (SAP).

Nick Jr.[edit]

Nick Jr. logo

Nick Jr. is a cable television channel in Latin America owned by Viacom subsidiary MTV Networks Latin America and aimed. At first, it was a block from 1997 to 2007. In 2008, it became a 24-hour channel.

Nicktoons[edit]

Nicktoons LA logo as of 2017

In January 29, 2013, it was announced that a Nicktoons channel would launch in Mexico. It started airing on February 4, 2013, on television providers Cablevisión, Megacable and Cablecom.[13][14]

Nick 2[edit]

Nick 2 logo

Nick 2 (Latin America) is a commercial-free secondary channel of Nickelodeon. It replaced Nick HD on August 1, 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nickelodeon Centro - LyngSat". www.lyngsat.com. Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  2. ^ "Nickelodeon completa 20 anos na América Latina; relembre desenhos marcantes" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  3. ^ "Diciembre en Nickelodeon: Especiales de Navidad y Fin de Año - Anime, Manga y TV". www.anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  4. ^ Araújo, Mauricio. "Nickelodeon: Chega ao Brasil um grande canal infantil". TV Magazine (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  5. ^ México, El Universal, Compañia Periodística Nacional. "Nickelodeon hará serie en México ". El Universal (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-09-25. horizontal tab character in |title= at position 38 (help)
  6. ^ [1] https://web.archive.org/web/20100918051022/http://www.mundonick.com/?[dead link]
  7. ^ [2] https://web.archive.org/web/20100918051022/http://www.mundonick.com/?[dead link]
  8. ^ Por Nielsen Souza. "Nickelodeon América Latina: 15 años y muchos estrenos en 2012 - Anime, Manga y TV". Anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
  9. ^ Araújo, Mauricio. "Nickelodeon: Chega ao Brasil um grande canal infantil". TV Magazine (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2018-09-25.
  10. ^ Por Kisuke Urahara. "Ya estan los ganadores del Kids Choice Awards México 2010 - Anime, Manga y TV". Anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
  11. ^ Por Lee Shenshun. "Nickelodeon HD: Proximamente - Anime, Manga y TV". Anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
  12. ^ a b Por Admin. "MTV Networks anuncia el lanzamiento de Nickelodeon HD - Anime, Manga y TV". Anmtvla.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
  13. ^ "Nicktoons moves into Mexico | News". C21Media. 2013-01-30. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
  14. ^ "Viacom Int'l Launches NICKTOONS in Mexico on Cablevision, Megacable & Cablemas - BWWTVWorld". Tv.broadwayworld.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09.

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