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Nick, Nickelodeon (1996)


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Nickelodeon Latin America is a cable and satellite television channel, counterpart of the American network Nickelodeon. It is oriented to Latin American region and the caribbean; mainly for children and teens. It is owned by MTV Networks Latin America. The channel was launched on December 20, 1996. It includes shows like Skimo and the hit teen drama Isa TKM and its successor Isa TK+.

The channel has a broadband channel called Nick Turbo .

Nickelodeon Latin America is divided into three feeds : North, Central and South.


The channel was launched on December 20, 1996 in Latin America as a cartoon-oriented channel, being the main competitor of Cartoon Network, which was launched three years before. Another reason was it was perfect to make a channel there, because there were less kid channels in LA.

In 1999, Nickelodeon launched its official website for the region, MundoNick.com, allowing kids to vote for their favorite cartoons in specials blocks like "Nick VS Nick", "InterNick" and "Click Nick". A broadband radio, "Nick Radio" was also available, but eventually it was replaced by the Nick Jr. official site.

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 soap operas. 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 NickHits, which airs classic Nick Toons, replaced Nick at Nite on weekends.
September 28, 2009 premiered a sequel to Isa TKM, called Isa TK+.

On April 5, 2010, Nickelodeon Latin America started carrying the new Nick logo , already in use on many Nickelodeon networks around the world. Also that date, classic Nicktoons seen on Nick Hits became part of Nick at Nite, signaling the return of Nick at Nite branding to weekends, making every night on Nick carry the Nick at Nite brand.

Viacom is now working on the site.

In June 2010, Viacom gave the rights for Mexico to release their own Kids Choice Awards. It premiered on September 4, 2010.

On July 20, 2010 premiered a sneak preview of the new original telenovela called Sueña conmigo, the first five episodes premiered all Fridays, the official release was on August 23, 2010, premiere new episodes Monday-Friday.

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, a arrow blurring takes on/off in the Nick logo.

As of June–August 2010, Get Smart was removed from Nick@Nite for unknown reasons . Also, the channel started to aired promos announcing new episodes of Big Time Rush and iCarly.

Now, Nickelodeon has been more creative in their ID's and stings, including the Nick@Nite ones, especially for Rocket Power and for Hey Arnold!.

In late October, MTV Networks Latin America announced new plans for 2011, including the new upcoming teen telenovela, Grachi. New shows included Planet Sheen, Bubble Guppies, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, T.U.F.F. Puppy and House of Anubis. Also, they announced a possible 2011 edition of the Kids' Choice Awards Mexico 2011 and an upcoming high definition channel, MTVNHD

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