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Corus secures all programming rights to Nick content in Canada

The new long-term deal gives Corus Entertainment exclusive rights to Nick content across digital and linear platforms in Canada.

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Cameras roll on Make It Pop

The Toronto-shot, half-hour tween sitcom is produced by DHX Media and will air on YTV in Canada and Nickelodeon in the U.S.

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Breakthrough, YTV and Nickelodeon pact on Max & Shred series

The live action sitcom will bow in the U.S. on Oct. 6, a day ahead of the Canadian launch date.

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Spin Master’s PAW Patrol goes mobile with Nick

As more studies show that kids using tablets at increasingly younger ages, Nickelodeon is zeroing in on the market with learning-oriented apps.

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PAW Patrol line hits Toys ‘R’ Us

The new toy line for Spin Master’s PAW Patrol will debut in Toy ‘R’ Us locations across Canad and online on May 18.

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Spin Master unveils its first preschool series

In a co-production partnership with Nickelodeon, the Toronto-based kids entertainment co is launching CG-animated preschool series Paw Patrol (pictured), the company’s first ever solely-owned IP.

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Nickelodeon hops on Rocket Monkeys

The U.S.-based company has taken the Breakthrough Entertainment property for its worldwide network.

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eOne’s Lost and Found finds a home at Nickelodeon

eOne Family has secured a deal with Nickelodeon that sees the broadcaster acquire the rights to its acclaimed animated feature short Lost and Found for its U.S., Australian and U.K. channels.

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Distribution360 sells Splatalot to Nickelodeon

The kids obstacle course reality series, originally commissioned by YTV, the BBC and Australia’s ABC networks, will debut on the U.S. channel on Tuesday, July 17 with back-to-back episodes.

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U.S. law could mean boom for Canuck described video providers

Changes afoot in the Canadian screen industry also auger well for domestic business.