Nickelodeon, often shortened to Nick and previously known as Pinwheel from 1977 until 1979, is an American children's cable television channel. The company's headquarters is located in New York City, New York and its animation studio is located in Burbank, California.
In this channel, the series SpongeBob SquarePants is transmitted in the countries.
- SpongeBob SquarePants reruns are seen on here, despite the number of times it appears on the main channel. Sometimes it airs non-HD episodes and sometimes it has newer episodes along with the older ones. Nicktoons, known as Nicktoons Network from 2005-2009, (2002-present) is a channel that airs reruns of Nick's older animated lineup. Sometimes
TeenNick, known as The N from 2002-2009, is a channel that airs reruns of Nick's older live-action comedy lineup. Sometimes, 90s Nicktoons programming will air on this channel due to its content appealing towards teens and young adults, including the older seasons of SpongeBob SquarePants.
Nick Jr., known as Noggin from 1999-2009, is a channel that airs reruns of Nick's older children's programming lineup. There are no commercials, except for promotions of which shows come up next. The mascots of Noggin were Moose and Zee, a talking bird with his non-talking bird friend. They were featured from 2003-2012, even after the rebranding. The mascots were suddenly dropped from the main channel in 2012, but they found new life on the Noggin/Nick Jr. app which was released to the App Store and Google Play in 2015.
Despite this channel available on many cable providers, ViacomCBS continues to host a short children's programming block on Nickelodeon since 1988.
Nick Music, known as MTV Hits from 2002-2016, is a channel that airs reruns of older music videos that are appropriate for kids. Despite the name change, ViacomCBS continues to air older music videos that appeal to everyone on its main channel, MTV.
Nick.com is Nickelodeon's official website. For most of its history, the site featured fan forums, over a thousand online games, episode clips, and original videos. Nick.com was once critically praised, receiving the Better Business Bureau's first-ever Internet privacy seal of approval in 1999, and winning a Webby Award in 2003.
A series of magazines published by Nickelodeon, launched in 1995. They used to release SpongeBob Comics.
This is a gallery of motion pictures released under this name since 1995. They took part in the production of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.
This is a gallery of general Nick logos.
- Nick Jr. is currently the only active Nickelodeon sister channel on which a full SpongeBob SquarePants episode has never aired.
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