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Nickelodeon Greece
Launched: September 3, 2010 (channel)
Owned by: MTV Networks International
(Viacom)
Telekinisi (Local TV) Anonymous Broadcasting, Film, Advertising & Publishing Company

Nickelodeon Greece (often called Nick Greece) is a cable and free-to-air in Athens television channel, counterpart of the American Nickelodeon. It is owned by the Local TV Anonymous Broadcasting, Film, Advertising & Publishing Company and operated by Restis Media Group (known as Restis MG), responsible for also operating RISE (formerly known as MTV Greece). The channel was launched on September 3, 2010 on Immitos, with an analog signal for Parnitha start being broadcasted two years later.[1] A HD version of Nickelodeon started officially broadcasting on October 17, 2011 via COSMOTE TV.
Before that, Nickelodeon shows would originally air as a whole, on premiuim channel Alpha Kids (featured on the Alpha TV subscription service, Alpha Digital), and there would be later a block on Alpha TV's sister channel Channel 9 from 2002 to 2008.

History

Alpha TV era

In 2001, premium channel Alpha Cinema 1, which was available on Alpha Digital, (a television service owned by the newly established at the time sister company of Alpha TV, Alpha Digital Synthesis) would air a Nickelodeon block on noons, a first for Greece.[2] Around the same time, another cypriot block featuring Nickelodeon shows would start airing on a cypriot premium channel, called Alfa TV (not to be confused with the Greek free-to-air station). In March 2002, another channel for the service would be made, called Alpha Kids. It was basically an independent version of that Nickelodeon block, now removed from Alpha Cinema 1. The timeslots would be left intact, and more specifically, it would broadcast from 1pm to 4pm in weekdays, and 7am to 3pm in weekends,[3] until a few months later, when the schedule expanded from 7am to 8pm.[4]

Alpha Digital shut down on September 11, 2002, due to a low subscription amount and financial difficulties. Thus, all channels transmitting on satellites Hot Bird 1 and Eutelsat 16B would gradually stop doing so. Shortly after that, Alpha TV would start airing the Nickelodeon cartoons under an Alpha Kids block.[5] In late 2003, a local Athens channel called TVCosmopolis (previously called POLIS; sister station of Alpha TV) would start airing Nickelodeon cartoons, in a block also known as Nick Toons.[6] Similarly to other counterparts of Nickelodeon like the Russian one, 90's bumpers of the US network would air after commercial breaks. There would also be competitions vased on the shows themselves, where viewers had to answer a question (ex.: "What's the name of the school, where Ginger Footley goes on?) and send the answer in the address of the station's headquarters, in order to win known at the time, toys.

In the next era, after a fire incident that almost completely destroyed the station's headquarters and the channel being renamed to Channel 9 during late 2005, the latest at the time splat bumpers and commercial used by the US network about the shows in Greek were started being used, plus promos in the splat format (which were also used in the japanese counterpart of Nickelodeon), and promos (with a few of them using the track "Scatterbrain," sung by Andrew Blythe and Marten Joustra, and known to be used on old Disney Playhouse promos). The block ended on early 2008.

2016-2017 era

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Promotional poster for The Deep

Nickelodeon Greece's new programming started with the promotion of the series The Mojicons, with the slogan "Ξέχνα ότι ήξερες για το κίτρινο!" (Forget what you thought about yellow!), as well as the new rebrand that was about to come. The series finally premiered on September 11, on 11:30am. Also, Yo-Kai Watch, which has aired in selected Nickelodeon channels across Europe, premiered in Greece on September 3, on 09:45am. Later, Nickelodeon would change its schedule, transferring all the live-action series from 19:30-21:30 to 11:00 AM-12:55 AM Monday to Friday only, thus stopping airing 90's Nicktoons as a whole. Despite numerous changes on those timeslots over the years, including the addition of The adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Danny Phantom, the only pre-2009 nicktoons airing nowadays on the network, a few live-action still air nowadays around mornings and noons. Also, every Sunday, instead of an airing of a Nick Jr. show on 20:30, a Nickelodeon Movies (short: Nick Movies), featuring made-for-cable movies would be put.
Alongside promotional leaflets and commercials, Nickelodeon would promote the arrival of new shows, most of them foreignly-made, and new episodes from SpongeBob SquarePants, Rabbids Invasion, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles etc.
During late September 2016, Nickelodeon would promote the premiere of the shows Regal Academy (October 3) and Pig Goat Banana Cricket (October 1; haven't been any further plans for the premiere of the second season). Also, banners started appering for the first time in shows. The foreign shows that would air later this year, were Pumpkin Reports, Endangered Species (Τριπρος Μπελάς), The Deep (Τα Μυστικά της Αβύσσου) and Zorro: The Chronicles. For a long period, Nickelodeon was focusing on its weekend schedule, putting there premiere airings of episodes.

2017-2018 era

Starting in June 19, Nickelodeon Greece got rebranded. The same day Toon Marty and Bunsen is a Beast (Μπάνσεν το Τέρας) were supposed to premiere. Instead, Toon Marty premiered on June 29 and Bunsen will premiere soon.

During that, it was reported on news websites that Restis Media Group, the company operating the Greek counterpart of the network, along with RISE (formerly known as the Greek counterpart of MTV) and the radio station Music 89,2, was passing crisis, with officials being two months unpaid, and contract workers with a "block" remaining unpaid even more. In the meantime, several people were fired (especially on Nickelodeon, where they were sent even with count clerks), with them later trying to take their statutory compensation. It was also said, that the owner would no longer pay anything by essentially accusing the staff of being responsible for the financial situation of the company.

September started with the premieres of Maggie and Bianca: Fashion Friends and the German game show Cool Factor. The next month, World of Winx,[7] Wallykazam!, and Nella the Princess Knight premiered. In November, new SpongeBob SquarePants season 10 and 11 episodes premiered.

Around December, Nickelodeon Greece would premiere holiday specials and movies it didn't air before, mostly including the Ho Ho Holiday Special, Albert, and Tiny Christmas (all of them subtitled), with most of them being broadcasted more than once. Also, instead of the network airing all the holidays specials of animated series around Christmas Day, there would be 2-hour marathons on weekends.

In January, Nickelodeon Greece premiered Hunter Street, I am Frankie (Με λένε Φράνκη; which was accompanied with a contest about winning a scholarship at the Academy of Robotics of the Cultural Park - Lycabettus Multicore with the certification of the University of Macedonia), Sunny Day (Η Ημέρα της Σάνη), and Rufus 2.

In February and March, it premiered new episodes of Toon Marty, World of Winx, The Day Henry Met, Henry Danger, and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn (including the Go Hollywood indepedently advertised special). Also, the SpongeBob Gold Heart of Gold celebration event aired between March 12 and 16.

Co-operations

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The company owning the channel itself, has had co-operations with local stations of Peloponnese. TeleTime was airing a Nickelodeon block on 6am-9am and 2:30pm-6:00pm in weekdays, and on 6am-1pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm in weekends, with the co-operation starting September 2010, over a year after the start of its co-operations with MTV Greece. Following events would include gradually firing almost everyone working there and Nickelodeon cartoons along with live streaming of MTV music clips in late night, taking up most of the schedule in early 2011, with the channel being known as "ΤΤ powered by Nickelodeon", and the schedule being completely free of informative shows, since July 2011.[8] Plus, unlike Nickelodeon Greece, the National Television Council would disapprove the station's change in physiognomy from informative to non.[9][10] Due to a number of forfeitures from the Council being forced to them, with the participation of the Union of Daily Newspaper Editors of the Peloponnese-Epirus-Islands, the channel would return to its initial programming for a while, starting March 2012, despite complaints from parents and children for that decision, and fears from the executives about the station's closure.[11][12] At the same time, the very last five employees working on the station would get fired because of the management's inability of continuing employing, following 16 months of 34 employees, also getiing fired.[13] Despite that, one month later, TeleTime would still continue with its Nickelodeon/MTV programming, but with the TT powered by Nickelodeon logo replaced with the original one, and a scheduling technicial and an accountant working on its headquarters. It started airing news bulletins again, on October 2018, with the station's change on the general manager position.

On August 2012, MTV Greece and Nickelodeon Greece started airing their programming to another local station operating in Peloponnese, called Super B, despite a hadful of cartoons like Monsuno, still airing on TeleTime, during its temporary revamp. Super B stopped airing Nickelodeon cartoons on December 14, 2015.

In early September 2017, it was announced via press releases and Facebook, that Ilektra TV (Ηλέκτρα Τηλεόραση) would reopen in Peloponnesus, and that co-operations would include the Restis Enterprises stations, RISE and Nickelodeon.[14][15] Due to bureaucracy, the station would start airing Nickelodeon cartoons with live streaming, in Spring 2018,[16] during mornings, and in the form of live streaming from the Athens station.

Programming

Current

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Animated

Live-action

Former

Animated

Live-action

Game shows

Events

  • Kids' Choice Awards (2011-present)
  • Slime Cup
  • SpongeBob Gold marathons
    • The Golden Krabby Patty Spectacular
    • SpongeBob's Lost Treasures
    • SpongeBob's Spooktacular Halloween
    • SpongeBob's Heart of Gold celebration
  • We Love Animation

Locally-made shows

Show title Original run Image
Nick News unknown NickNews GR
15-minute show. Hosted by Ola Politi, and Katerina Damoura. It would feature speeches about various topics. Two other segments were Nick Agenda and Nick Sports.
Hits 'n Clips October 5, 2010[21] - unknown HITSnCLIPS LOGO-185x107
Music-themed one-hour show. Hosted by Nantia Korobesi. Would feature a Top 10 weekly chart, in which users could vote with access on Nickelodeon.gr, up to 3 songs. Would air on Tuesdays on 8pm and on replay, Fridays on 8pm. (website)
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One-hour show. The hosts are Mirto Kazi, who presents news centered around cinema, celebrities and gossip ones, and Konstantionos Koutsoumpas, who presents news associated with video games. Would air on Wednesdays on 8pm and on replay, Saturdays on 8pm. (website)
Κουτάλες και Πιρούνες October 18, 2010[21] - unknown
One-hour cooking show. Hosted by Aleksandros Papandreou. Would air on Mondays on 8pm and on replay, Sundays on 2pm. (website)
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Half-hour fashion show. Hosted by Nantia Korobesi. Would air on Thursdays on 8pm and on replay, Sundays on 8pm. (website)
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Educational show about the usage of Internet, and production of Greek Organisation of Football Prognostics S.A.. In this show, Konstantinos Koutsoumbas and Mirto Kazi accompany Akis Belakis in his investigations in the wonderful world of Internet. Would air Mondays on 7:00pm. (website)
Εκλογές 2012 2012
Show about the 2012 Greek elections, with topics about children, and families. Imposed to be made by The National Council for Radio and Television. Would air on 11:30pm, replacing Avatar.
WOW! unknown WOW
5-minute show. Hosted by Christos Koutras. Lasted 2 seasons. (website)
Happy End unknown HappyEnd
10-minute show. Hosted by Marianthi Mbairaktari (replaced by Christos Koutras in May 2014), who would show each time a preview of book, by saying some quotations of that. Would air weekdays on 8:05am. (website)
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10-minute show. Hosted by Christos Koutras. It would feature information and interviews about theatrical performances. (website)

Upcoming

Blocks

Nick Jr.

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Nick Jr. Greece is a programming block airing on Nickelodeon Greece. It airs four hours on mornings.
From September 2016, a Nick Jr. series has benn put in the time slot of 20:30, along with two others on the time slots between 14:15-15:15.

Current programming

Former programming

  • Go, Diego, Go! (Πάμε Ντιέγκο!)
  • Blue's Clues
  • Little Bill
  • Fresh Beat Band of Spies (Μουσική Ομάδα Κατασκόπων)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (My Little Pony: Η Φιλία είναι μαγική)
  • Lalaloopsy
  • The Adventures of Chuck and Friends[23]
  • Ni Hao, Kai-Lan

Upcoming programming

TeenNick

TeenNick was a weekend noon programming block and version of the channel of the same name, which started airing on January 7, 2017, with new episodes of The Thundermans and the premiere of School of Rock.
During April 2017, Nickelodeon Greece started using more the banner, resulting in the comeback of live-action shows in the prime time, and the usage of the block itself becoming as much as that of Nick Jr. However, as of February 2018, the brand itself has been disappeared in favor of the 2017 rebrand.

Nickelodeon Movies

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Nickelodeon Movies (short: Nick Movies) is a programming block/branding, airing nowadays every Sunday on 20:30. It features made-for-cable movies and miniseries, with the majority of them being live-action.

Broadcasted movies

Marathons

Marathons with 4 episodes of a selected Nickelodeon series every Saturday and Sunday, till January 7, 2017 would air, from 3:15pm to 4:45pm.

Schedules

  • Saturday 1/Sunday 2, October 2016
    • The X's
  • Saturday 8/Sunday 9, October 2016
    • Danny Phantom

Cartoons aired formely on various channels

  • The Ren & Stimpy Show (ANT1; 90's kids programming block; subtitled)
  • Rugrats (Star Channel)
  • CatDog (ERT1)
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (ERT)
  • Rocket Power and The Angry Beavers (different dub) (Alter Channel)
  • Hey Arnold! (Prisma+, Alter Channel)
  • Danny Phantom (Prisma+)
  • SpongeBob SquarePants (STAR Channel; Starland animation block; 2007-2013; replaced by Baby Looney Tunes)
  • Dora the Explorer (STAR Channel; Starland animation block)
  • Go, Diego, Go! (STAR Channel; Starland animation block)
  • The Penguins of Madagascar (Star Channel; Starland animation block; 2006-2013)
  • Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (NERITplus)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (STAR Kentrikis Elladas; Note: As this is the only Nickelodeon cartoon airing outside Nickelodeon Greece nowadays in various times, it's possibly right that the show is aired by illegal copies of the series' Greek DVDs)
  • Pelswick (KidsCo)
  • Rabbids Invasion (Smile TV; Different Dubbing; Note: This is aired outside Nickelodeon Greece nowadays in various times, as the channel has accuired the rights from Ubisoft Motion Pictures)
  • LazyTown (Jetix; 2004(?)-2008(?); later on STAR Channel; Starland animation block)

Events

Fun Tour 2010

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On September 3, 4, 6-11 at the mall "AVENUE" in Marousi, September 18 and 19 at the mall "VILLAGE" in Renti, and September 25 and 26 in the Zoo Park in Spata, Nickelodeon would celebrate its arrival as a 24-hour network in Greece, by offering activities to children. The main shows in the event would be SpongeBob, Dora, The Penguins of Madagascar, and Back at the Barnyard.[25]

Day of Play

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On Sunday 12 and Sunday 19 June 2016, Day of Play was celebrated for the first time ever in Greece. From 09:00 to 11:00, Nickelodeon stopped its program, encouraging children and parents to turn off the television and play, especially outdoors. That time, Chiquita was involved in the event based on Day of Play, which was putted in Allou! Fun Park's Kidom, Athens (Sunday 12 June) and on Magic Park, Thessaloniki (Sunday 19 June).

Nick Stars

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Nick Stars was an event occurred on January 6, 2016, from 08:05 to 22:30. In this event, several series would have up to 3 episodes airings that day and during commercial breaks, there would be children talking about Nickelodeon.
  • 08:05-08:30 Transformers Rescue Bots
  • 08:30-09:20 Paw Patrol (2 episodes)
  • 09:20-09:45 My Little Pony
  • 09:45-10:35 Shimmer and Shine (2 episodes)
  • 10:35-11:30 The Legend of Korra (2 episodes)
  • 11:30-12:55 Harvey Beaks (3 episodes)
  • 12:55-13:45 SpongeBob SquarePants (2 episodes; Atlantis SquarePantis)
  • 13:45-14:45 Get Blake! (2 episodes)
  • 14:45-15:45 ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks (2 episodes)
  • 15:45-16:45 Rabbids Invasion (2 episodes)
  • 16:45-17:45 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2 episodes)
  • 17:45-18:30 Winx Club (2 episodes)
  • 18:30-19:30 The Fairly OddParents (2 episodes)
  • 19:30-20:30 Every Witch Way (2 episodes)
  • 20:30-22:00 Game Shakers (3 episodes)
  • 22:00-22:30 Rabbids Invasion

Kids in Action

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Kids in Action (formerly called Nick in Action) is a series of conferences about kids, under the aegis of the Greek Ministry of Education & Religious Affairs.

Snow Land

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Snow Land was a live Christmas event on the Olympic Athletic Centre of Athens "Σπύρος Λούης", ran from November 28, 2014 to January 11, 2015. Nickelodeon Greece and MTV Greece were involved in. While people were moving to the places, a livestream of the radio station of Restis Enterprises, Music 89,2 could be heard.
Many places, including the MTV Game House, the ice skate station, a mini-cinema, wall climbing, the house of SpongeBob and more were putted, along with various events.

Patricipation in the 8th Table Tennis Tournament for Mass Media Workers

In the 8th Table Tennis Tournament for Mass Media Workers, which was happening on the STIGA room of the Peace and Friendship Stadium on June 9, 2018, the participants included crew workers on the Restis Enterprises stations Nickelodeon Greece and Music 89.2. Biktoria Konstantinou (HR Manager) came 1st place, and Konstantina Giata (sales department) 4th place in the women category.[26]

Forfeitures from The National Council for Radio and Television

Day Channel Reason Price References
March 1, 2011 Nickelodeon Greece Showing on Nick News about parkour, causing moral damages 15.000 euros (supposed; price feature turned down) [1]
March 15, 2011 Nickelodeon Greece Not having actual news bulletins 15.000 euros [2]
June 7, 2011 rejection of treatment request [3]
December 5, 2011 TeleTime
TT powered by Nickelodeon
Transcending the running time of the programming blocks
Exceeding the deadline of the commercial breaks' runtime
15.000 euros [4]
April 2, 2012 TeleTime
TT powered by Nickelodeon
Showing on September 30, 2011 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius episode "Nightmare in Retroville", while having a rating of being "suitable for all ages", as opposed to "parent supervision suggested" none [5]
Transcending the running time of the programming blocks
Exceeding the deadline of the commercial breaks' runtime
rejection of treatment request [6]
Airing entertainment content from Nickelodeon and MTV every day, as opposed to informative, original ones
Transcending the running time of the programming blocks
Note: After complaints made by the Union of Daily Newspaper Editors of the Peloponnese-Epirus-Islands
15.000 euros [7]
15.000 euros [8]
September 24, 2012 rejection of treatment request [9]
October 22, 2012 [10]
May 13, 2013 Nickelodeon Greece Changing the physiognomy of the station from news one to not, due to not having an informative show 30.000 euros [11]
May 27, 2013 Nickelodeon Greece Not putting TV ratings on the screen 15.000 euros (supposedly; price feature turned down) [12]
July 8, 2013 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys (some of them being war-themed ones) in wrong time zone 20.000 euros [13]
Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone 15.000 euros [14]
Showing episodes of shows (including "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler") without TV ratings on the screen none [15]
September 2, 2013 Nickelodeon Greece Changing the physiognomy of the station from news one to not, due to not having an informative show 30.000 euros (lowered down to 15.000 euros) [16]
Showing violent episodes of shows (notably Monsuno and the TMNT episode "It Came From the Depths") 20.000 euros [17]
January 20, 2014 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys (some of them being war-themed ones) in wrong time zone 20.000 euros [18]
April 28, 2014 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone 15.000 euros [19]
lllegally airing commercials 25.000 euros
June 23, 2014 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys (some of them being war-themed ones) in wrong time zone rejection of treatment request [20]
November 11, 2014 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone rejection of treatment request [21]
Showing commercials about toys (some of them with no educational purpose) in wrong time zone 20.000 euros [22]
November 24, 2014 Nickelodeon Greece Showing on January 6, 2014, the iCarly episode, "iPsycho", while having a rating of being "suitable for all ages" rejection of treatment request [23]
February 2, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone 15.000 euros [24]
February 16, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone rejection of treatment request [25]
lllegally airing commercials
March 2, 2015 Nickelodeon Plus Showing on September 29, 2014, content from MTV Greece, although it doesn't have a networking license 30.000 euros [26]
Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone
March 17, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone none [27]
March 30, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone rejection of treatment request [28]
May 11, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing on January 6, 2014, the iCarly episode, "iPsycho", while having a rating of being "suitable for all ages" none [29]
May 12, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone 15.000 euros [30]
June 17, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone rejection of treatment request [31]
July 14, 2015 Nickelodeon Greece Showing commercials about toys in wrong time zone 15.000 euros [32]
October 19, 2015 Nickelodeon Plus Exceeding the deadline of the commercial breaks' runtime 20.000 euros [33]

Trivia

  • The female narrator for promos on Nickelodeon Greece till 2017, was Georgina Razack, who was also part of the team that launched Nickelodeon Greece in the first place, director and producer of its trailers from conception to delivery, and responsible for its programming strategy.
  • There were cases, where the screen would start glitching, while a cartoon was airing on, in order to change the up-left logo with a slightly different version, which would be seen a very few minutes before returning to its original one. They were happening since 2016.
    The up-left logo was finally changed with the newest (so it can fit with the 2017 rebrand), on June 19, 2017, and since then, it's perennially used.
  • The rating bumpers with the latest new music started airing around October 16 and 20, 2017.

Videos

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  13. Πάτρα: Απολύονται και οι τελευταίοι εργαζόμενοι στο Tele Time. thebest.gr (March 21, 2012).
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  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 https://www.techpress.gr/index.php/archives/32499
  22. http://kidscreen.com/2017/09/25/nick-jr-takes-kid-e-cats-worldwide/
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  27. https://vimeo.com/250016948

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