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Nickelodeon (Latin American TV channel)

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Nickelodeon (Latin America)
Logo used since August 29, 2023[a]
Broadcast areaLatin America
HeadquartersMiami Beach, Florida
London, 17-29 Hawley Crescent (since 2023)[1]
English (via SAP)[2]
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9/4:3 480i/576i for the SDTV feeds)
OwnerParamount Networks Americas
(Paramount Global)
Sister channelsNickMusic
Nick Jr.
Launched20 December 1996; 27 years ago (1996-12-20)

Nickelodeon is a Hispanic/Latin American pay television. It is a based on the U.S. cable network of the same name It is owned by Paramount Networks Americas and was launched on 20 December 1996.[3] Aside from airing Nick and Nick Jr. content, it has produced original programming for the channel and has been sold to local distributors worldwide except for Cuba as cable television is banned in that country.[4]


The channel was launched on 20 December 1996 in Latin America as a children-oriented channel, being the main competitor of Cartoon Network, which was launched three years before. In 1999, Nickelodeon launched its official website for the region, "Nick Radio" was also available, but eventually it was replaced by the Nick Jr. official site.

Logo used from 2005 to 2009, the logo has an original proptype 3d logo

On 13 February 2006, a programming block named Nick at Nite was launched. It consisted mostly of live-action shows from the 80s and 90s, and aired from 10 pm to 6 am. On May 15 of the same year, it premiered their first sitcom locally produced in Mexico, Skimo.[5]

On 9 June 2008, the channel launched "Nickers", a live-action show with two hosts introducing shows and music. It followed the same line and was very similar to Disney Channel's Zapping Zone. The block was cancelled in all feeds in December 2008. In 2008, two locally produced series premiered, both being soap operas. The first one, Isa TKM premiered on 29 September 2008 and La maga y el camino dorado premiered on 13 October of that same year.

In 2009, a programming block called Nick Hits, which airs classic Nick Toons, replaced Nick at Nite on weekends. On 5 April 2010, Nickelodeon Latin America was rebranded with the new logo already in use in the US and most countries in the world, making it one of the last Nickelodeon international feeds to switch to the new graphics. Due to the rebrand, NickHits was closed down and replaced again by Nick at Nite. In June 2010, Viacom gave the rights for Mexico to release their own Kids Choice Awards.[6] It premiered on 4 September 2010. On 20 July 2010, another original series called Sueña conmigo premiered on the channel.

Logo used from 2010 to 2023

Through August 2010, Nickelodeon started to rerun the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender to promote the 2010 film adaptation; with this, a new on-air logo was shown when the series was broadcast, an arrow blurring takes on/off in the Nick logo.[7] On 2 May 2011, it was premiered the fifth original production Grachi. In late January 2012, MTV Networks Latin America announced another locally produced soap opera, Miss XV, that was premiered on 16 April 2012.[8]

Since 2012, the Nick at Nite programming block was no longer airing classic programming from the 80s and 90s and, instead, was a mere relay of Nickelodeon's 2000s and 2010s TV series that were not aired in the main slot anymore.

On 1 January 2015 the Nick at Nite programming block went off the air.

On 29 August 2023, nearly 6 months after its rebrand in the US, Nickelodeon rebranded to the splat era during the 2023 Mexican Kids Choice Awards.

On October 17, 2023, Nickelodeon (Feeds 2 and 3 only) delocalised and started to use some assets from EMEAA,[9][10][11] except for the Mexico feed (Feed 1).[12] Trailers are now textless and end credits on Feed 2 are replaced with short credits, indicating the show's name, production company and year, while end credits on Feed 3 are replaced with short credits along with dubbing credits, which is different from EMEAA and Feed 2, similar to the Nickelodeon channels in EMEAA.[13] However, it is still retaining some localization, such as advertisements, localised text on selected trailers, and opt-outs for local programming, such as Marcelo Martelo Marshmellow on all feeds. This is a result of Nick Jr.'s delocalisation on September 19, 2023.[14]

On November 14, 2023, the Mexico feed (Feed 1) migrated to the EMEAA playout, screenbug & banners.[15] However, it still retains the graphics, promos and end credits (however dubbing credits are no longer shown).[16]


Nickelodeon Latin America is divided into three different feeds for its broadcast in the Latin American region.

  • North Feed: Mexico
  • Central Feed: Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Central America, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia
  • Brazilian Feed: Brazil with Brazilian Portuguese audio


Events and media

Verano Nick

Verano Nick (Nick Summer) is a limited summer event, that holds in different places, such on beaches and hotels. It holds every year since 2007.

Kids' Choice Awards

In 2010, Nickelodeon began to produce localized versions of the Kids' Choice Awards for its Latin American markets; after a one-off event in 2003, the Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards were relaunched on 4 September 2010 at Six Flags Mexico in Mexico City, hosted by Omar Chaparro and Anahí.[17] The Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards then premiered in 2011, held on 11 October 2011 at Microestadio Malvinas Argentinas in Buenos Aires and hosted by Nicolás Vázquez.[18] In 2014, the Nickelodeon Colombia Kids' Choice Awards debuted.

Revista Nick

Revista Nick (Nick Magazine) was launched on 27 November 2004 in Mexico, ending in April 2010, five months after the American version was ended due to the continued migration of network content to the Internet.

Website was the name of the network's official website which launched in 1999. In 2020, was closed in favor of a new site for the network called

Sister channels

Nickelodeon HD

Nickelodeon HD logo (2011-2016)

In September 2010, MTV Networks Latin America announced new plans for 2011, one of them, the launching of Nickelodeon HD officially MTV Live HD.[19] In May 2011, MTV Networks Latin America announced more details. Programming would be American and local.[20] The HD channel launched on 1 June 2011 all over Latin America.[20]

Nickelodeon HD starting simulcasting the main channel on 17 December 2015, and on 1 August 2016, the original HD channel was renamed Nick 2.

Nick Jr.

Nick Jr. logo

Nick Jr. is a cable television channel in Latin America owned by Viacom that was launched in July 2008 as a 24-hour channel. Aimed at preschool audience. Originally, it was a block on Nickelodeon from 1997 to 2017.


Nicktoons logo (2017-2020)

On 29 January 2013, it was announced that a Nicktoons channel would launch in Latin America. It started airing on 4 February 2013 on television providers Cablevisión, Megacable and Cablecom.[21][22] The channel was replaced by the US feed of NickMusic in many cable providers by the end of 2020 and later was shut down as of December 2020.


NickMusic logo

NickMusic started simulcasting their US feed on 1 September 2020, replacing VH1 MegaHits and Nicktoons in select Latin American countries. The first music video played on the channel was "Dynamite" by BTS.


TeenNick logo

TeenNick (formerly Nick 2) is a commercial-free secondary channel of Nickelodeon. It replaced Nick 2 on 14 September 2020.


  1. ^ The logo's wordmark has been in use since April 5, 2010. Additionally, this logo was seen as a screenbug a few weeks earlier, most likely as a test, and is a variant meant to be used for white backgrounds; the main variant has a white wordmark in conjunction with a fully orange splat.


  1. ^ "(Exclusiva) Nickelodeon habla sobre los cambios a su señal en Latinoamérica y lo que le depara al futuro en la región - TVLaint".
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  3. ^ "Nickelodeon completa 20 anos na América Latina; relembre desenhos marcantes" (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
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  10. ^ Cambio de Feed - Nickelodeon Latinoamérica (Octubre 2023), retrieved 18 October 2023
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  13. ^ "Nickelodeon Channels in Latin America and Brazil Start to Use CEE Feed". Retrieved 18 October 2023.
  14. ^ "Nick Jr. Channels in Latin America and Brazil Start to Use Global Feed". Retrieved 18 October 2023.
  15. ^ Nickelodeon [Feed México] - Cambio de la posición del logo | 14/11/2023, retrieved 25 November 2023
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  17. ^ Por Kisuke Urahara. "Ya estan los ganadores del Kids Choice Awards México 2010 - Anime, Manga y TV". Retrieved 9 August 2014.
  18. ^ Clarí (18 August 2011). "Nico Vázquez, el gran conductor". Clarín (in Spanish). Retrieved 21 November 2023.
  19. ^ Por Lee Shenshun. "Nickelodeon HD: Proximamente - Anime, Manga y TV". Retrieved 9 August 2014.
  20. ^ a b Por Admin. "MTV Networks anuncia el lanzamiento de Nickelodeon HD - Anime, Manga y TV". Retrieved 9 August 2014.
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