Nickelodeon Europe

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Nickelodeon Europe
Launched 15 November 1998
Owned by (MTV Networks Europe)
Website [1]

Nickelodeon Europe (Short: Nick) is a cable and satellite TV network. The Pan-European version, known as Nickelodeon, was launched on November 1998. The channel airs a selection of programming from Nickelodeon in the USA and local shows from Nickelodeon in the UK and Australia.

Nickelodeon Europe is a 24 hour pan-regional feed reaching the CIS countries, Hungary, Malta, Serbia, Russian Federation, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, and Maldives.

The channel is primarily available in English with additional soundtracks in Russian and Hungarian. A total of more than 68 million homes across Europe and Central Asia can view the pan-European version of Nickelodeon. In a number of countries in Europe also host a local version of the channel and/or localized programming blocks.

Localized Nickelodeon channels in Europe

Nickelodeon Europe
Nickelodeon Channel

Launch/ Shutdown

Nickelodeon Channel Launch/Shutdown
UK 1993 Germany / Austria Launch: 1995
Shutdown: 1 June 1998
Relaunch: 2005
Romania 1998 Turkey 1997
CIS 1998 Croatia & Montenegro 1997
Poland Launch: 1999
Shutdown: 2001
Relaunch: 10 July 2008
France 2005
Spain 1999 Portugal 2005
Nordic 1996 (block) 1997 (channel) Portugal 2005
Netherlands 2002 Sweden 2008
Israel 2003 Denmark 2008
Italy 2004 Switzerland 2009
Belgium 2004 Greece 2010

Nickelodeon Branded Programming Blocks in EMEA

  • Localized language programming
  • Nick on MNET/KTV in Africa (1999-current)
  • Nick on TNT in Russia (2002-current)
  • Nick on TMF in Belgium (2002-2005)
  • Nick and Nick Jr. in Irish language on TG4 in Ireland
  • Nick on CNBCe in Turkey
  • Noggin (formerly Nick Jr.) on TMF in UK (2003-2010)
  • Nick on Channel 9 (formerly TVCosmopolis) in Greece (2000-2006)
  • Nick on Lumiere TV/Alfa TV in Cyprus
  • Nick on Raisat2 in Italy (1997-2000)
  • Nick on Showtime in the Middle East (1996-2002)


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