Indonesia Kids Choice Awards
Reality, award show
Country of origin
Around 180 min. including commercials
Global TV (Indonesia) based of Nickelodeon licensed
November 29, 2008
Indonesia Kids Choice Awards is Indonesian version of Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, held since 2008 in Jakarta. And Indonesia is the second country in Asia who organized this award after Philippines.
Following year, the event was again held on July 23, 2009 which took place in
Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta with the host by Raffi Ahmad, Ipank and Fitri Tropica.
On May 9, 2010, the event was held again in Tennis Indoor Senayan. 2010 edition of this event is the first brought by four people show host.
Locations and Hosts [ edit ]
2008 Balai Sarbini,
Tora Sudiro, Tasya Kamila, Ringgo Agus Rahman
2009 Tennis Indoor Senayan,
Raffi Ahmad, Indra Bekti, Fitri Tropica
2010 Tennis Indoor Senayan,
Luna Maya, Olga Syahputra, Choky Sitohang, Amel Carla
2011 Balai Sarbini,
Jakarta Tika Panggabean, Yosi Mokalu, Udjo
The logo of the show is exactly the same as the US version however, it is designed for the Indonesian version of the show and still read
Nickelodeon Indonesia Kids Choice Awards.
Nominees and Winner [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
There was no host in 1987 because by this time, it was The Big Ballot.
References [ edit ]
^ Werts, Granville, Kaufman, Diane, Kari, Bill (April 17, 1988). "SCREENING ROOM And Now For a Word From Our Sponsor". Newsday. p. 06.
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^ Kubasik, Ben (June 23, 1989). "TV SPOTS". Newsday. p. 05.
^ "LOOK WHO' WINNING WITH KIDS". Dayton Daily News. April 27, 1990. p. 4.
^ Jon, Burlingame (April 23, 1990). "PRIME-TIME PICK Series: PRIME-TIME PICK". St. Petersburg Times. p. 7.D.
^ Lipton, Laura (April 21, 1991). "Nickelodeon gives kids a choice". Austin American-Statesman. p. 11.
^ Klied, Beth (November 16, 1992). "AWARDS". Los Angeles Times. p. 2.
^ "SATURDAY'S TV TIPS". Atlanta Journal; Atlanta Constitution. November 14, 1992. p. E/4.
^ Mendoza, N.F. (May 1, 1994). "SHOWS FOR YOUNGSTERS AND THEIR PARENTS TOO Lamb Chop, Shari and pals `Play-Along' for third season on PBS". Los Angeles Times. p. 7.
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '99 (1999) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2000 (2000) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards (2001) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '02 (2002) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '03 (2003) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '04 (2004) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '05 (2005) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '06 (2006) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '07 (2007) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards '08 (2008) (TV)
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2009 (2009) (TV)
^ a b Kids' Choice Awards, Nick.com Archived 23 September 2012 at WebCite
^ Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 (2010) (TV)
^ Monica Rizzo, Kevin James to Host Kids' Choice Awards, People, February 15, 2010
^ Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards 2011 (2011) (TV)
^ Posted 02/10/2011 by Corinne Heller. "Kids' Choice Awards 2011 to be hosted by Jack Black - see nominations - February 10, 2011 10:14:25 AM PST | Entertainment News from". OnTheRedCarpet.com. Archived from the original on 2012-07-29 . Retrieved 2011-02-11.
^ Boedeker, Hal (11 January 2012). "Will Smith honored to host ’slimiest’ Kids’ Choice Awards". Orlando Sentinel . Retrieved 11 January 2012.
^ Wire report (23 January 2012). "Josh Duhamel will transform into the host of the Kids’ Choice Awards in March". ( The Washington Post The Associated Press) . Retrieved 23 January 2013.
^ Perlman, Jake (January 29, 2014). "Mark Wahlberg to host 2014 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards". ew.com. Entertainment Weekly . Retrieved January 29, 2014.
External links [ edit ]