Nickelodeon is a well-known satellite channel for the children that telecast in various countries across the globe. The main headquarters of the network is situated in New York City, New York, United States. The channel is owned by Viacom Media Networks and mainly focuses on the young babies and children aged between 2 to 17 years. The channel was originally launched as Pinwheel on 1st December 1977, whereas they adopted their present name on 1st April 1979. In the United States, this kid’s channel is available to more than 92 million households. They also own a production firm with the name of Nickelodeon Animation Studio that is situated in Burbank, California.
The present programs of the channel target pre-teens, young teenagers, and children. They telecast animated series, live to action comedy & action series, and preschoolers programs. Some of the most popular shows telecasted on the network are Power Rangers Ninja Steel, School of Rock, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Bella & the Bulldogs, and Dora & Friends: Into the City.
Nickelodeon International Operations
The network operates in a range of international countries through their subsidiaries.
The nations where this channel broadcasted include Canada, Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Brazil, Australia, Hungary, Netherlands, Japan, Norway, Italy, Pakistan, Poland, South Korea, Sweden, and Turkey among others. They operate in these countries through subsidiaries, such as Nick Jr Arabia, Nicktoons, TeenNick, Nickelodeon HD Europe, Nick Hits Netherlands & Flanders, Nicktoons, Arabia, and TeenNick Mexico.