Nickelodeon (Greece)

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Nickelodeon Greece
Nickelodeon logo new.svg
Launched July 19, 1995 (Telekinisi)
December 1, 2000 (Local TV)
September 3, 2010 (Nickelodeon)
Owned by Telekinisi (Local TV) Anonymous Broadcasting, Film, Advertising & Publishing Company
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
(1080i, HDTV)
Country Greece
Cyprus
Language Greek
Broadcast area Attica, Greece
Thessaloniki, Greece
Nicosia, Cyprus
Headquarters Marousi, Athens, Greece
Sister channel(s) Nick Jr.
Nickelodeon Plus
Website www.nickelodeon.gr
Availability
Terrestrial
DIGEA 54 UHF (Attica)
56 UHF (Central Macedonia)
Satellite
Cosmote TV Channel 502 (HD)
NOVA Greece Channel 505 (SD)
NOVA Cyprus Channel 405 (SD)
IPTV
Cosmote TV Channel 31 (SD)

Nickelodeon Greece is the Greek kids' TV version of Nickelodeon. It launched on 3 September 2010.[1] It was available free-to-air in the Athens area on 35 UHF signal broadcast from Hymettus,[1] before the analog switch off on July 20, 2012, but it is available through the Digea DVB-T2 digital consortium on 54 UHF signal broadcast from Aegina, Hymettus and Parnitha. It also broadcasts in Thessaloniki and its surrounding areas through Nickelodeon Plus, a version of the channel for the Northern Greece area.[2] Nickelodeon HD started officially broadcasting on October 17, 2011 via OTE TV. As with MTV Greece, Restis Enterprises was involved in launching Nickelodeon in Greece. Nickelodeon was originally a block on Channel 9 from 2000 to 2006.

Programming[edit]

Animated[edit]

Live-action[edit]

Films[edit]

Nick Jr.[edit]

Events[edit]

  • Slime Cup

Former series[edit]

Online series[edit]

Series which are viewable only on Nickelodeon.gr

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "To Nickelodeon έρχεται στην Ελλάδα! Το νέο κανάλι για παιδιά θα σας προσφέρει μοναδικές στιγμές γέλιου και διασκέδασης." (in Greek). Nickelodeon Greece. Retrieved August 26, 2010.  (English)
  2. ^ Staff (August 23, 2010). "Typologies.gr » Nickelodeon" (in Greek). To Paron. Retrieved August 26, 2010.  (English)

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