Robbins admits that the kids network had “lost its way for a while.”
Netflix and Nickelodeon announce new partnership in counterpunch to launch of Disney+.
Viacom has bought Garfield.
Nick is expanding its “Spongebob” and “Loud House” franchises, and investing in established properties like Lego, Paddington, and Blue’s Clues.
A new person has arrived in the never-ending game of executive musical chairs at Nickelodeon.
Nickelodeon has a new leader.
During YouTube’s splashy Brandcast upfront event on Wednesday, DreamWorks announced the launch of DreamWorksTV, a new streaming children’s channel that will offer original animated and live-action programming, as well as vintage animation content.
If you’re still wondering why DreamWorks Animation spent $33 million last spring to buy the YouTube channel AwesomenessTV, an article about Netflix in the latest issue of the “New Yorker” offers an explanation that I found to be succinct and worth sharing.
Earlier this month, it was announced that DreamWorks Animation had purchased the YouTube channel AwesomenessTV for $33 million in cash. …