Nickelodeon

Who's Watching

46% Age 18-34
38% Age 35-54
16% Age 55+
39% Male
61% Female
18% College Grad
29% HH Income $30K-$49,999
16% HH Income $50K-$74,999
27% HH Income $75K+
53% Home Ownership Own
67% Children in HH At least 1
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Launched in 1979, Nickelodeon has grown to become the most-watched television network by kids in the United States. Nickelodeon's "kids first" philosophy is the key element to its business successes, which in addition to television now include feature films, consumer products, records, online, recreation and publishing. Nickelodeon is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. The network offers an innovative and diverse blend of original series programming, including comedy, adventure, variety, news and game shows created just for kids.

One Sheet

Featured Programs

  • iCarly
  • Every Witch Way
  • The Thundermans
  • Dora and Friends: Into the City
  • Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn
  • 100 Things to Do Before High School
  • Make it Pop
  • Harvey Beaks
  • Double Dare
  • Spongebob Squarepants
  • Big Time Rush
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Sam & Cat
  • Every Witch Way
  • Power Rangers Super Megaforce

For more information on how to advertise on Nickelodeon, contact your local Comcast Spotlight Representative.

*Please note network insertion dependent on market

Programming Highlights

The SpongeBob Musical: Live On Stage!

Following a critically lauded run on Broadway, members of the original award-winning Broadway company of The SpongeBob Musical: Live On Stage! will reunite to film the show for television in front of a live theater audience. The live television production will capture all-new depths of theatrical innovation where the power of optimism really can save the world. The SpongeBob Musical: Live On Stage! will air on Nickelodeon this December.

 

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