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These Were the Hottest TV Shows and Networks of 2016

Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]

Mountain Dew Taps Into Your ’90s Nostalgia By Resurrecting GUTS Aggro Crag

Those who grew up in the '90s—and watched Nickelodeon religiously—are probably familiar with the legendary show GUTS. For those not familiar, the show featured a fake mountain (called the Aggro Crag) that competitors would race up.

Facetime: A Golden Age of TV Parties

As spring seeps into New York, it brings the upfront season with it. This week, Nickelodeon hosted its upfront celebration while Fox's New Girl and Spike TV's Bar Rescue celebrated […]

Kicking Off Upfront Season, Nickelodeon Vows to Stay No. 1 With Kids

You can run, but you can't hide from another upfront season, which kicked off Wednesday with Nickelodeon celebrating its return to No. 1 in the kids 2-11 demo.

Nickelodeon Looks to Win Back Millennials by Re-airing All the ’90s Shows They Used to Love

Nickelodeon may have figured out how to bring back the audience that flocked to it in the '90s: rerun all of their favorite shows from that era. Its sister network, TeenNick, will air many of Nickelodeon's iconic '90s shows as part of "The Splat," a new programming block airing eight hours each day. 

Facetime: Mid-June Soirees, Galas, Awards and Premieres

Programming execs, TV stars, magazine editors, producers and even a Knicks player came together this week to celebrate launches, premieres, awards and more.

Nickelodeon Unveils Subscription Service for Preschoolers at Upfront

Starting March 5, Nickelodeon will debut a streaming service for TV's smallest viewers: Noggin, a preschool-targeted, ad-free app that will stream reruns of Blue's Clues; Little Bear; Ni hao, Kai-Lan; and music videos featuring Nick's kids characters.

The Rise and Fall and Rise of Hasbro’s TV Strategy

What looks like an entertainment company, spends like an entertainment company and programs like an entertainment company? It's Hasbro, a toymaker.

Nickelodeon Says It’s Growing Audience by Adding Sports to the Mix

It's been four months since kid-focused cable network Nickelodeon took the leap of dedicating a 2-hour prime-time block to sports programming. So how is it working out?

Nickelodeon Shifts Its $10 Million Media Business

Nickelodeon's media account has found a new home. The business is shifting to Spark after a review, according to sources. The cable network, a unit of media giant Viacom, spends nearly $10 million in media annually. Three other agencies, including PHD and Media Storm, competed for the account, according to sources.