Nickelodeon (France & Wallonia)
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|Launched||1 November 2005|
|Owned by||MTV Networks Europe|
|Sister channel(s)||Nickelodeon Junior
Nickelodeon France is the French version of the kids' channel Nickelodeon which is carried in that country, along with the French-speaking region of Wallonia in Belgium, along with the capital city of Brussels, the French-speaking region of Suisse Romande in Switzerland, and Morocco. The network has one sister network, Nickelodeon Junior, it also airs in Belgium: in Wallonia and Brussels, and in Morocco. Nickelodeon France was one of the first Nickelodeon Channel's to change its style and logo to the new Nickelodeon logo after Nickelodeon USA. Its sister channels are Nickelodeon Junior in France, the local division of the Nick Jr. concept which has "Junior" fully spelled out to meet language policies. Nickelodeon started in France in 2003 before the network's launch in 2005 with a Nicktoons block airing over Canal J.
Nickelodeon Junior was formerly a programming block which aired during the morning hours. Nickelodeon Junior is now a separate 24-hour digital television channel.
Nicktoons was a block on the French network Canal J. On 1 November 2005 the block ended.