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2 items from 2002

Nick's new 'Pick' lets kids choose

10 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Nickelodeon is set to launch a live early-fringe programming block Monday, allowing kids to choose everything from the network's shows to the hosts' clothes. Like a kiddie version of MTV's Total Request Live, U Pick Live will boast a studio in New York's Times Square complete with in-house audience and such opening-week celebrity guests as LL Cool J and Michelle Branch. But instead of music, Pick will focus on interactive features for kids who can call, mail or log in their preferences for prizes, gags and whether they're more in the mood for Rugrats than Hey Arnold! Viewer empowerment is the essence of the new block, said Cyma Zarghami, executive vp and general manager at Nickelodeon. "This is all about putting the kids in charge," she said. "There's participation on so many levels." »

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French outlets Canal J, Tiji will play with Nick blocks

8 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CANNES -- MTV Networks said Monday that it will launch a Nicktoons branded block for leading French kids channel Canal J, plus a Nick Jr. block on Canal J's sister preschool channel Tiji. The customized French-language Nicktoons block will launch on Canal J in January. "Nickelodeon's high-quality shows such as Hey Arnold! and Rocket Power really appeal to our younger viewers, and this multiyear deal will allow Canal J even greater access to Nickelodeon's ever-growing catalog," said Pierre Belaisch, deputy managing director of Canal J and Tiji. Other shows that will air during the branded blocks include Rugrats and the multilingual preschool series Dora the Explorer. »

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