Nickelodeon future division question

763492 November 19, 2014 User blog:763492

What would you think if Nick’s owner Viacom would someday think of creating a division for Nickelodeon that they would own various intellectual property catalogs and character brands and the licensing rights for various third-party properties just like how DreamWorks Animation has their company that did the same thing which is called DreamWorks Classics? Although I know you doubt it.


If that happens at some point, here’s my fan-made list of catalogs, character brands and licensing rights that Nick would acquire for their library based on my thoughts.


The Berenstains catalog (The Berenstain Bears)

Richard Scarry catalog

Dr. Seuss catalog

Maurice Sendak catalog (Where the Wild Things Are, etc.)


Characters brands

Howdy Doody brand

Alvin and the Chipmunks brand

Babar the Elephant brand

Licensing rights

Licensing rights for David Hand’s Animaland series

Licensing rights for Ub Iwerks’ ComiColor Cartoons series

Licensing rights for Hamtaro animated TV series

Licensing rights for WGN-TV’s classic children’s program catalog (Bozo the Clown, Garfield Goose and Friends, etc.), under license from WGN-TV

Licensing rights for Osamu Tezuka catalogs (Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion, etc.)

Licensing rights for The Beano

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