Nickelodeon and its Media Empire
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Nickelodeon and its Media Empire
How Nickelodeon was innovated and its influence on television and the film industry today.
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Nick Jr. - Television Channel

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Not only did Nickelodeon wanted to focus on teenagers, they also wanted to focus on early childhood education. Nick Jr. was first called Noggin. Nick Jr. also didn't reach its success until the late 90s, which released Blue's Clues. Soon after in 2000 Dora the Explorer came on Nick Jr. stimulating young brains and teaching the importance of learning a foriegn language.

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The First Animated television series

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Jim Jenkins was the creator of the first animated television series that Nickelodeon produced. The show was popular because of Doug showing life lessons. The television show was about a typical boy who goes to school coping with everyday problems. After the TV series Doug Nickelodeon launched Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show in 1991, which still does re-runs of the classic animation.

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The Rugrats Movie

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In August 11, 1991 Rugrats premiered on Nickelodeon, which soon led to millions of viewers. This animated cartoon captured the hearts of the audience soon leading to the television series to the big screen.

The original characters included a group of toddlers named Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and having an antagonist named Angelica who always bothered the toddlers. The first Rugrats movie titled" The Rugrats Movie" opened for screening in 1998, which introduced Tommy's baby brother Dill onto the show. After hitting a worldwide gross income of around $140,894,675, Nickelodeon produced two other films which became the three trilogies of Rugrats

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Born of SpongeBob SquarePants

Born of SpongeBob SquarePants | Nickelodeon and its Media Empire | Scoop.it
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Nickelodeon was also successful with cartoons. By 1999, Nickelodeon produced shows which include, Rugrats, Hey Arnold and Doug. But there was one cartoon show that children today can't get enough of. SpongeBob Square Pants was originally called Sponge Boy. It first aired its  Pilot on May 1, 1999. Soon after SpongeBob Square Pants became a huge hit. Not only the show was popular, SpongeBob became an icon.

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Classic Nick Promo (Early 90's) - Clarissa Explains It All

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"Clarissa explains it all" was one of the first successful Nickelodeon shows in the 90s. This Show established a firm foundation to the empire which we know it as today. The Main Character was cute, witty and funny, but most of all it showed a life of a normal teenager who was going through pre- adolescent.

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Nickelodeon helped define '90s TV shows

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Despite the fact that Nickelodeon lost around 4 million dollars, everything turned around in the 90s.

 

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Nickelodeon came a long way developing innovative television and films for many viewers. Nickelodeon had a target of audience in mind, which were the younger generations. Nickelodeon was able to grow and flourish to become the company which we love and adore today.

The channel is still sky rocketing with many new creations of shows and film, but the 90s animations and film productions were the stepping stones of success

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TEENick

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The modern Nickelodeon wouldn't have been able to exist if it wasn't for the classic animation and television series. Nickelodeon created a new channel called Teen nick, which was originally called "The N." in 2002. The shows were to target specifically teenagers. Having shown in the late 90s, the teen nick shows today still portray a typical life of teenagers. This clip is about the two teenagers going out on a date, which shows everyday normal life of a teen

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Nickelodeon - More Slime Please!

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The "Slime" on the Nickelodeon show was a green substance that was released during a children's game show. The entertainment came from someone not knowing the answer to a trivia question, which led the person getting "slimed on" in front of a live audience. The slime show was so popular that the Kids Choice Awards decided to use the slime during their ceremony.

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Harriet the Spy

The first feature film from the Nickelodeon cable channel, Harriet the Spy

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Nickelodeon featured its first film around 1995. Directed by  Bronwen Hughes, the film was an  adaptation from the Harriet the Spy books. Harriet the spy won many awards including best young children's actress award. This gave opportunities for Nickelodeon to make more accomplishing films later on in the year, which gave the company the opportunity to become the empire of children's media.

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All That - Season 1 - DA BRAT - Part 2

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Having television shows that were successful like “Are you afraid of the Dark ” and “The Adventures of Pete & Pete.” In 1994 Nickelodeon launched more live- action comedy shows including "All That." All That had a total of ten seasons, which even aired in eight other countries. "All That" was popular for its short- comedic sketches and having the show always ending with a musical guest.

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History of Nickelodeon

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Nickelodeon originally called "Pinwheel" first aired on December 1, 1977 by Warner Cable. After a few years "Pinwheel got its new name on April 1, 1979 as the phenomenon we all know it as today “Nickelodeon."

 

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