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Nickelodeon (Central & Eastern European TV channel) facts for kids
Nickelodeon logo (since February 10, 2010)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Broadcast area||Central Europe, Southeast Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Turkey & Northern Cyprus|
|Owner||ViacomCBS Networks EMEAA|
|Launched||November, 1998 (in Malta)
December, 1998 (in Romania)
October, 1999 (in Hungary)
November, 2003 (in Ukraine)
February, 2010 (in the Czech Republic)
February, 2010 (In Slovakia)
November, 2011 (in Croatia)
April, 2013 (in Slovenia)
April, 2013 (in Serbia)
November, 2013 (in Bulgaria)
October, 2017 (in Estonia)
October, 2017 (in Lithuania)
October, 2017 (in Latvia)
Nickelodeon is a European channel operated by ViacomCBS Networls EMEAA which first debuted in Malta on November 15, 1998.
The channel later debuted in Romania on December 24, 1998 & Hungary on October 6, 1999.
The channel launched in Ukraine on November 5, 2003 & in 2004 the channel expanded to the rest of Eastern Europe broadcasting in Russian.
The channel was launched in the Czech Republic & Slovakia on February 10, 2010 in Czech.
Nickelodeon was launched in Croatia & Montenegro in November, 2011 & in Serbia, North Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina & Slovenia on April 23, 2013. The channel was launched in Bulgaria in November, 2013.
like its German and Dutch counterparts, the end credits on shows do not appear while on most other feeds of Nickelodeon they are shown. They are replaced by short credits including the show name, production year and production company. There are also occasions where the end credits are skipped to the closing logos.
This programming block starts Sundays at 16:45 and airs a special episode of a certain show or movies.
This programming block starts Saturdays at 12:00 and airs a marathon of specified shows.