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Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. logo 2009.svg
Launched February 2, 1999
(original launch; as Noggin)
September 28, 2009
(relaunch; as Nick Jr.)
Owned by Classic Viacom (1999-2005)
New Viacom (2005-present)
Slogan It's Like Preschool on TV
Formerly called Noggin (1999-2009)
Sister channel(s) Nickelodeon, TeenNick, Nicktoons
Website http://www.nickjr.com
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV Channel 301
Channel 1301 (VOD)
Dish Network Channel 169
Cable
Verizon FiOS Channel 256
AT&T U-verse Channel 320
Available on most cable systems Check local listings for channels

Nick Jr. is the name of an American cable television channel owned by the MTV Networks subsidiary of Viacom. The channel was known as Noggin from its February 2, 1999 launch until September 28, 2009 at 6:00 a.m. (Eastern)/5:00 a.m. (Central Time).

Sister channel The N was relaunched as TeenNick at the same time as Noggin's relaunch as Nick Jr.; like with TeenNick, Nick Jr.'s name was taken from a former program block on Nickelodeon, which aired weekday mornings from 1988 to 2009 under the Nick Jr. name and has now since been rebranded as "Nick's Play Date". Nick Jr. is aimed at 2-7 year olds, and features a mix of originally-produced programming, and series previously and concurrently aired on Nickelodeon's "Play Date" block.

The network's logo has been adjusted as part of a brand unification effort which saw all four of the Nickelodeon networks take on a unified look. Although the former motif of using an orange 'adult' figure and blue 'child' was discontinued in the new text-only logo, the tradition of 'Nick' being orange (representing the adult) and 'Jr.' remaining in blue (as the child) was retained.[1]

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History

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As Noggin (1999-2009)

Noggin logo from February 2, 1999 to September 28, 2009.

Noggin was created on February 2, 1999 as a joint venture between Viacom's Nickelodeon and the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop), but Sesame Workshop's interest was sold to Nickelodeon at some point in 2002.[2] Noggin was a 24-hour channel until 2002 when Viacom decided to launch The N, which was a combination of TEENick and Nick@Nite. The N (now TeenNick) is aimed at teens and has thought-provoking programming considered by many as too complex for Noggin's target pre- and elementary-school-age viewers. At 6:00AM Eastern/5:00AM Central on December 31, 2007, Noggin's sister channel Nickelodeon Games and Sports had left the digital cable lineups and was replaced by The N, which allowed Noggin to become a 24 hour channel after spilting from The N.

From 1999-2002, Noggin was targeted at preteens. Starting in 2002, it was targeted for preschoolers; the format was changed due to low ratings. Noggins first mascot was "Face" but now it's Moose and Zee since 2003. The network takes its name from a slang term for "head" or, by extension, "brain," reflecting its original purpose as an educational channel. Until the fall of 2003, the network aired classic episodes of Sesame Street, as well as classic Sesame Workshop productions such as 3-2-1 Contact, Square One TV, Cro, and The Electric Company. As of September 2, 2007, Noggin no longer airs any show produced by Sesame Workshop (it has since premiered Pinky Dinky Doo, which is a Noggin Original produced by Sesame Workshop), but had new and old episodes (September 8, 2008-present).

In addition to classic episodes of Nickelodeon favorites such as Blue's Clues and Dora the Explorer, and original shows such as Oobi and Jack's Big Music Show, many preschool-oriented shows originating from non-U.S., English-speaking countries that would otherwise not likely be seen on American TV are shown. Some examples include Little Bear, Franklin from Canada and Tweenies, Connie the Cow, Tiny Planets, and 64 Zoo Lane from the UK. However, in 2006, this was being de-emphasized; Tweenies was permanently pulled from the schedule in January, and Tiny Planets was pulled in April 2006. Tiny Planets was previously shown intermittently — but not every day — at 6:00AM Eastern/5:00AM Central, as Tweenies was for a year until it was pulled. Since July 2006 this is also being done with 64 Zoo Lane, suggesting that it too may disappear eventually (however, unlike the other two shows, they also sometimes are showing it at 7:00AM Eastern/6:00AM Central). However, they have also recently introduced The Upside Down Show, which is from Australia (though like the British Tiny Planets, has American origins via Sesame Workshop).

Technically, Noggin did not show commercials, but it did show ads between shows such as Mud N' Bugs Cereal,[3] and Connie the Cow's Milk Break, as well as other "tie-in" media such as a music video that tied in with the film Curious George, and spots for airings of shows on other channels within the Nick family. The channel's other revenues presumably come from fees paid by cable television distributors.

The network was also a launching point for the music videos of pop musician/children's performers like Laurie Berkner, Lisa Loeb and Dan Zanes, initially as filler between 23-minute-long shows run commercial-free, and (because of their success in that format) now as music video shows like Move to the Music. Also, when Sesame Workshop’s classic shows (such as The Electric Company) aired on Noggin, they had to be edited for running time. On February 2, 2009, the "Nick Jr. on Noggin" bumper was removed.

TV channel (2009-present)

In an attempt to extend the association of the Nickelodeon brand to two sister cable channels on February 24, 2009, it was announced that Nick Jr. would be taking over Noggin and TeenNick taking over The N as the 24/7 channels. This is similar to how Nick Jr. launched its own channels in the UK on September 1, 1999 and in Australia on March 14, 2004.[4] On February 24, 2009, it was announced that Noggin would be replaced by Nick Jr., and would become a 24/7 television channel.[5]

Noggin relaunched as Nick Jr. on September 28, 2009 at 6:00 AM Eastern/5:00 AM Central. The launch included a new logo.[6] The new Nick Jr. network retains the Noggin mascots Moose A. Moose and Zee. Like Noggin, the network does not air commercials or marginalize closing credits for promotion of other shows.

Despite the name change and logo rebranding, some electronic program guide providers confusingly identify it by the channel's pre-rebrand name and display the 1998-2009 logo as Noggin as that of Nick Jr. TeenNick has a similar problem as the former The N logo and name is still used by some EPG providers to identify that channel.

Moose A. Moose Activites

In between shows, Moose A. Moose & Zee (in most activites) and another character or another (depends) appears between each program. Most activites have 3 parts (sometimes 2). If there are three, then there will be idents, or promotions for Play Date, or sometimes on the regular Nick, or even Nick @ Nite. If there are two parts, there is a Nick Jr. Presents short (see) List of programs broadcast by Nick Jr. (TV channel) or List of programs broadcast by Noggin (TV channel). Here is the list of activites: The Seven Singing Sea Creatures- where Moose A. Moose and Zee try to find them by adding them. Zee's Smashed Potato With Gravy Dance- where Zee teaches Moose A. Moose and the viewers how to do the Smashed Potato with Gravy Dance. Puzzle Time - Rhyming Game- Moose A. Moose finds the matching rhyme. In the 1st part, the viewers have to choose from 2 different word cards. In the second part, the viewers have to choose from 3 different word cards. Puzzle Time - Memory Game- Moose A. Moose asks the viewers to find the matching cards. First, he asks what cards to find eg; pink flowers, blue planes ,etc;. Then, Moose A. Moose tells the viewers that he's going to flip the cards. Then, he flips the cards and tells the viewers where to look. The viewers then make a incorrect guess. Then, the viewers find the matching cards. Painting Mistake- Moose A. Moose & Zee look at paintings. Then, they see Henrietta's painting. She says she needs yellow paint for the sun. Just as she finishes talking, Zee spills over her yellow paint. Moose A. Moose tells if she is sad or not.

Nick Jr. Jingles

Nick Jr. will have it's own jingle package that updates monthly in 2010.

The package, produced by the ReelWorld One AC service, will feature a woman saying the slogan "Nick Jr, it's like preschool on TV" and will be aired before each show on the channel line-up. The channel's jingles will also have ramps and talk-up ramps for liners and voice overs.

Shows on Nick Jr.

Though Nick Jr. does repeat some of its programming over the course of a 24-hour day, it does not follow a strict repeating program wheel. Most unusually, the channel programs a handful of shows that it does not show during the day (e.g. Oobi and Gullah Gullah Island) in the extreme overnight hours, when virtually none of those shows' target audiences would normally be awake. Nick Jr. occasionally reruns programming from sister channel Nickelodeon's Play Date block in late afternoon and prime time (without commercial interruption).

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Noggin
File:Noggin
Launched February 2, 1999 (as Noggin)
April 2, 2002 with The N as a block
December 31, 2007 as it's own channel
May 6, 2009 as it's own channel on Dish Network
Closed September 30, 2009 as Nick Jr.
Owned by Classic Viacom (1999-2005)
Viacom/MTV Networks (2005-present)
Slogan I'm Using My Noggin (former)
It's Like Preschool on TV (current)
Headquarters New York City
Website http://www.noggin.com
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV Channel 301
Channel 1301 (VOD)
Dish Network Channel 169
Cable
Available on most cable systems Check Local Listings for channels
IPTV over ADSL
Verizon FiOS Channel 256

Noggin or sometimes known as Nick's Noggin is a soon to be defunct 24-hour cable television network in the United States, intended to help children learn. One of Nickelodeon's sister channels, it concentrates on preschool programs and features the animated characters of Moose A. Moose (a moose voiced by Paul Christie who also voiced Stick Stickly on Nick in the Afternoon) and Zee (a blue bird). Now owned by CBS Corporation like other Nick Channels. The network's programming consists mostly of recent Nick Jr. and Noggin original series.[1]

From April 1, 2002 - December 31, 2007, the channel only aired between 6:00AM and 6:00PM Eastern/5:00AM and 5:00PM Central, with The N airing through the rest of the channel's airtime. Noggin is now 24/7 on Dish Network since May 6, 2009.

On December 31, 2007,[2] Noggin's sister channel, Nickelodeon GAS, left the satellite and digital cable channel lineups, and moved to the online-only TurboNick, with The N took over Nick GAS's channel position after splitting from Noggin.[3] However, Dish Network released Nick GAS from its lineup on April 23, 2009 and split the N/Noggin channels on May 6, 2009.

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History

Noggin was originally created as a joint venture between Viacom's Nickelodeon and the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop), but Sesame Workshop's interest was sold to Nickelodeon in 2002. Noggin was a 24-hour channel until 2002 when Viacom decided to launch The N which was a combination of TEENick and Nick at Nite. The N is aimed at teens and has thought-provoking programming considered by many as too complex for Noggin's target pre- and elementary-school-age viewers. On December 31, 2007 Noggin became a 24-hour channel again after The N took over Nick GAS's position, Dish Network now offers Noggin 24/7 it started on May 6, 2009.

From 1999-2002, Noggin was targeted at preteens. Starting in 2002, it was now targeted for preschoolers, the format was changed, due to low ratings. The network takes its name from a slang term for "head" or, by extension, "brain," reflecting its original purpose as an educational channel. Until the fall of 2003, the network aired classic episodes of Sesame Street, as well as classic Sesame Workshop productions such as 3-2-1 Contact, Square One TV, Cro, and The Electric Company. As of September 2 2007, Noggin no longer airs any show produced by Sesame Workshop (it has since premiered Pinky Dinky Doo, which is a Noggin Original produced by Sesame Workshop), but had new and old episodes (September 8 2008-present).

Noggin, for much of its existence, did not compete with any other network. When MTV Networks sold its share of PBS Kids Sprout, it became Noggin's official rival network.

In addition to classic episodes of Nickelodeon favorites such as Blue's Clues and Dora the Explorer, and original shows such as Oobi and Jack's Big Music Show, many preschool-oriented shows originating from non-U.S., English-speaking countries that would otherwise not likely be seen on American TV are shown. Some examples include Franklin from Canada and Tweenies, Connie the Cow, Tiny Planets, and 64 Zoo Lane from the UK. However, in 2006, this is being de-emphasized; Tweenies was permanently pulled from the schedule in January, and Tiny Planets was pulled in April 2006. Tiny Planets was previously shown intermittently — but not every day — at 6:00AM Eastern/5:00AM Central, as Tweenies was for a year until it was pulled. Since July 2006 this is also being done with 64 Zoo Lane, suggesting that it too may disappear eventually (however, unlike the other two shows, they also sometimes are showing it at 7:00AM Eastern/6:00AM Central). However, they have also recently introduced The Upside Down Show, which is from Australia (though like the British Tiny Planets, has American origins via Sesame Workshop).

Technically, Noggin does not show commercials, but it has shown ads between shows such as Mud N' Bugs Cereal,[4] and Connie the Cow's Milk Break, as well as other "tie-in" media such as a music video that tied in with the film Curious George, and spots for airings of shows on other channels within the Nick family. The channel's other revenues presumably come from fees paid by cable television distributors.

The network has also become a launching point for the music videos of pop musician/children's performers like Laurie Berkner, Lisa Loeb and Dan Zanes, initially as filler between 23-minute-long shows run commercial-free, and (because of their success in that format) now as music video shows like Move to the Music. Also, when Sesame Workshop’s classic shows (such as The Electric Company) aired on Noggin, they had to be edited for running time.

On February 2, 2009, the "Nick Jr. on Noggin" bumper was removed.

On February 24, 2009, it was announced that Nick Jr. will be taking over Noggin as the 24/7 channel. This will be similar to how Nick Jr. launched its own channels in the UK on September 1 1999 and in Australia on March 14 2004. In an attempt to extend the association of the Nickelodeon brand to two sister cable channels, Viacom soon announced on the same month that in September, Nickelodeon intends to change the name of one channel, the N, which is aimed at teens, to TEENick, and that another, Noggin, will henceforth be known as Nick Jr..[5]

Programming

Various jingle packages over the years

  • Superstation by JAM Productions (1999-2000)
  • Turbo Z by JAM Productions (2000-2001)
  • Really Nice by JAM Productions (2001-2002)
  • Hit Power by JAM Productions (2002-2003)
  • Real Talk by JAM Productions (2003-2004)
  • In Focus by JAM Productions (2004-2005)
  • Talking Points by JAM Productions (2005-2006)
  • KASE 101 Package by Reelworld (2006-2007)
  • Cleansweep by JAM Productions (2007-2008)
  • Top News by JAM Productions (2008-2009)
  • Very Nice/Z Force/Hot Buttons by JAM Productions (2009-present)

International

The Noggin name has been used in the UK for a two-hour 'classic shows' block on Nick Jr., and then a morning preschool block broadcast on TMF UK. Falling out of on-air use since 2007, the Noggin name returned to the preschool block in March 2009 on TMF UK.

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Simple English

Fox Noggin Channel
LaunchedFebruary 2, 1999
Owned byTime Venture between MTV Networks (Viacom) and News Corporation
SloganYou Need Us, For Everything You Do (primary)
The Kids Network (secondary) (FOX slogans)
I'm Using My Noggin (primary)
It's Like Preschool on TV (secondary) (Nickelodeon slogans)
Sister channel(s)Nickelodeon
Nick Jr
Nicktoons Network (Formerly "Nicktoons TV" and "Nicktoons")
Fox Noggin at Nite
Nickelodeon GAS
Nick at Nite
TV Land
FOX
Availability
Satellite
DirecTV USChannel 298
Dish Network USChannel 169 (Timeshared with Fox Noggin at Nite)
Cable
Available on most cable systemsCheck Local Listings for channels

Fox Noggin Channel is a cable television network in the United States, intended to help children learn. This channel features the animated characters of Moose A. Moose (a moose) and Zee (a blue bird). It is one of Nickelodeon's sister channels, concentrating on preschool programs.

From April 1, 2002 thru December 31, 2007, The channel had only aired between 5:00am and 10:00pm EST/2:00am and 7:00pm PCT with Fox Noggin at Nite airing thru the rest of the channel's airtime. The timeshare practice is still in place on Dish Network.

On December 31, 2007,[1] Fox Noggin's sister channel, Nickelodeon GAS, left the satellite and digital cable channel lineups, and moved to the online-only TurboNick,[2] with Fox Noggin at Nite taking over Nick GAS's channel position after splitting from Fox Noggin Channel.[3]

The network's programming consists mostly of recent Nick Jr., Fox Kids and Fox Noggin's original programming.

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History

Fox Noggin Channel was originally created as a joint venture between Viacom's Nickelodeon, News Corporation and the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop), but Sesame Workshop's interest was sold to Nickelodeon in 2002.

From 1999 until 2002, Fox Noggin Channel was targeted at preteens. Starting in 2002, Fox Noggin Channel was now targeted at pre-schoolers, the format was changed, due to low ratings. The network takes its name from a slang term for “brain” (see noggin), reflecting its original purpose as an educational channel. Until the Fall of 2003, the network aired classic episodes of Sesame Street, as well as classic Sesame Workshop productions such as 3-2-1 Contact, Square One TV, Cro, and The Electric Company. As of September 2, 2007, Fox Noggin no longer airs any show produced by Sesame Workshop (it has since premiered Pinky Dinky Doo, which is a Fox Noggin Original produced by Sesame Workshop and it had both new and old episodes, 2007-present).

In addition to classic episodes of Nickelodeon favorites such as Blue's Clues and Dora the Explorer, and original shows such as Oobi and Jack's Big Music Show, many preschool-oriented shows originating from non-U.S. English-speaking countries that would otherwise not likely be seen on American TV are shown. Some examples include Franklin from Canada and Tweenies, Connie the Cow, Tiny Planets, and 64 Zoo Lane from the UK. However, in 2006, this is being de-emphasized; Tweenies was permanently pulled from the schedule in January, and Tiny Planets was pulled in April 2006. Tiny Planets was previously shown intermittently — but not every day — at 6:00AM Eastern/5:00AM Central, as Tweenies was for a year until it was pulled. Since July 2006 this is also being done with 64 Zoo Lane, suggesting that it too may disappear eventually (however, unlike the other two shows, they also sometimes are showing it at 7:00AM Eastern/6:00AM Central). However, they have also recently introduced The Upside Down Show, which is from Australia (though like the British Tiny Planets, has American origins via Sesame Workshop).

Technically, Fox Noggin Channel does not show commercials, but it has shown ads and billboards for products such as Kellogg's Mud N' Bugs Cereal [1], and Lego's Explorer Line of Toys, as well as other "tie-in" media such as a music video that tied in with the film Curious George, and spots for airings of shows on other channels within the Nick family. The channel's other revenues presumably come from fees paid by cable television distributors.

The network has also become a launching point for the music videos of pop musician/children's performers like Laurie Berkner, Lisa Loeb and Dan Zanes, initially as filler between 23-minute-long shows run commercial-free, and (because of their success in that format) now as music video shows like Move to the Music. Also, when Sesame Workshop’s classic shows (such as The Electric Company) aired on Fox Noggin, they had to be edited for running time.

Current Programming

Pre-school programming

  • 3-2-1 Contact
  • Allegra's Window
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy
  • Blue's Clues
  • Bob the Builder
  • Bruno the Monkey
  • Cooking For Kids with Luis
  • Connie The Cow
  • Dora The Explorer
  • Dragon Tales
  • Eureeka's Castle
  • Franklin
  • Fred Penner's Place
  • Ebb and Flo
  • Ghostwriter
  • Go, Diego, Go!
  • Gullah Gullah Island
  • Jack's Big Music Show
  • Jay Jay the Jet Plane
  • Lazytown
  • Little Bear
  • Little Bill
  • Maggie and the Ferocious Beast
  • Maisy
  • Max & Ruby
  • Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends
  • Ni Hao, Kai-Lan
  • Noozles
  • Oobi
  • Oswald
  • Play With Me Sesame
  • Pinky Dinky Doo
  • Pinwheel
  • Square One TV
  • Super WHY!
  • 64 Zoo Lane
  • The Backyardigans
  • The Electric Company
  • The Phred on Your Head Show
  • The Busy World of Richard Scarry
  • The Upside Down Show
  • Tiny Planets
  • Today's Special
  • VeggieTales
  • Wonder Pets
  • Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!
  • Yo Gabba Gabba!

Younger kids programming

  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series
  • Bobby's World
  • The Berestain Bears
  • Fox Noggin Fun House
  • Peter Pan and the Pirates
  • Piggsburg Pigs
  • Tom and Jerry Kids Show
  • Zazoo U
  • Beetlejuice
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures
  • Little Dracula
  • Little Shop
  • Swamp Thing
  • The Pirates of Dark Water
  • Dog City
  • Eek! The Cat
  • Super Dave - Daredevil for Hire
  • VeggieTales
  • X-Men
  • Animaniacs
  • Droopy, Master Detective
  • Incredible Crash Dummies
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • Terrible Thunderlizards
  • The Fox Noggin Clubhouse
    • Jim Henson's Animal Show with Stinky & Jake (as part of the Fox Noggin Clubhouse)
  • Johnson and Friends (as part of the Fox Noggin Clubhouse)
    • Rimba's Island (as part of the Fox Noggin Clubhouse)
  • Spider-Man
  • Eek! Stravaganza (formerly Eek! The Cat and EeK! And The Terrible Thunderlizards)
  • The Tick
  • Life with Louie
  • Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?
  • Red Planet
  • Goosebumps
  • Klutter (as part of Eek! Stravaganza)
  • Masked Rider
  • Big Bad Beetleborgs
  • Casper
  • C Bear and Jamal
  • Power Rangers: Zeo
  • Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible
  • The Adventures of Sam and Max: Freelance Police
  • Beetleborgs Metallix
  • Chimp Lips Theatre
  • Eerie, Indiana
  • Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation
  • Power Rangers: Turbo
  • Round the Twist
  • Space Goofs
  • Stickin' Around
  • Cartoon Cabana
  • Donkey Kong Country
  • Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension
  • Godzilla: The Series
  • Mad Jack the Pirate
  • The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog
  • Ned's Newt
  • Power Rangers in Space
  • The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs
  • The Silver Surfer
  • Toonsylvania
  • Young Hercules
  • Avengers
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot
  • Digimon Adventure
  • The Magician
  • NASCAR Racers
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy
  • Spider-Man Unlimited
  • Beast Wars: Transformers
  • Beast Machines: Transformers
  • Xyber 9
  • Big Wolf on Campus
  • Action Man
  • Cybersix
  • Digimon Adventure 02
  • Dinozaurs
  • Escaflowne
  • Flint the Time Detective
  • Kong: The Animated Series
  • Monster Rancher
  • Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue
  • Real Scary Stories
  • Shinzo
  • Alienators: Evolution Continues
  • Digimon Tamers
  • Los Luchadores
  • Medabots
  • Mon Colle Knights
  • Moolah Beach
  • Power Rangers: Time Force
  • The Ripping Friends
  • Transformers: Robots In Disguise
  • Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
  • Power Rangers: Wild Force
  • Adventures of the Little Koala
  • Today's Special
  • Yogi's Gang
  • The Ruff and Reddy Show
  • The Cartoon Show

Pre-teen programming

Current short programs

  • Ebb and Flo
  • Fox Noggin's Art Alive
  • Fox Noggin's Critter Corner
  • Fox Noggin's Field Trip
  • Fox Noggin's Let's Do Math
  • Fox Noggin's Move to the Music
  • Fox Noggin Presents [With ChickiePoo & Fluff and Peppa Pig]
  • Fox Noggin's Show and Tell [with Deko Boko Friends]
  • Fox Noggin's Snacktime
  • Fox Noggin's Storytime
  • Zee's Bookself
  • Zee's Garden

The UK T.V. Channel

Fox Noggin Channel UK
File:Noggin.gif
LaunchedJanuary 30, 2006 (in most recent form)
ClosedSeptember 24, 2006
Owned byNews Corporation
Sister channel(s)Nick Jr./Nickelodeon
Websitenickjr.co.uk/noggin
Availability
Terrestrial
FreeviewChannel 21
Satellite
Sky DigitalChannel 348
Cable
Virgin Media (Telewest)Channel 303
Virgin Media (NTL)Channel 313/911

Fox Noggin Channel UK was a children's television slot broadcast on TMF from 7am to 9am daily. It launched in its most recent format on January 30, 2006. It was the first commercial children's television channel to air on the UK's DTT platform, Freeview, followed by CITV, then lastly Playhouse Disney on ABC1. Prior to its launch on TMF, it was carried as part of Nick Jr. between 8pm and 10pm, but focused on classic animated children's programmes from the late 1960s to early 1990s and Disney Programming. This strand has since been replaced with Nick Jr. Classics. It is based on the USA-owned channel Fox Noggin Channel, which has been broadcasting since 1999.

On Monday 25 September 2006, Fox Noggin was replaced by a new strand named Nick Jr on TMF, which is identical to its predecessor with the exception of the new branding.

Its set of programmes on TMF:

On the original strand broadcast on Nick Jr:

Other pages

  • List of DirecTV channels
  • List of Dish Network channels
  • Nick Jr.

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