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Nick Schweiz
Nick Schweiz Logo 2017.svg
CountrySwitzerland
NetworkParamount Networks EMEAA
Programming
Language(s)German
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerCH Media
(under license from Paramount)
Sister channelsNick Jr.
History
Launched28 September 1998 (Block on SF2)
1 April 2009 (TV Channel)
Closed16 September 2003 (Block on SF2)
Former namesNickelodeon Schweiz (2010-2017)
Links
Websitewww.nick.ch

Nickelodeon Schweiz (branded as Nick Schweiz since 28 June 2017) is a Swiss German-language pay television channel centred towards children. It was launched on 1 April 2009 timesharing with VIVA Switzerland. The programming schedule is the same as Nickelodeon Germany feed, with commercial breaks from the country being replaced by local ads.

In March 2010, Nick was rebranded. From 1 January 2011 until 30 September 2014, Nickelodeon Switzerland timeshared with Comedy Central.

Before Nickelodeon Switzerland was launched as a TV channel it was a 7-hour programming block on the Swiss channel SF2 which used to broadcast from 28 September 1998[citation needed]-16 September 2003 but was replaced by another programming block called Junior.

"Nickelodeon Schweiz" logo used from 31 March 2010-28 June 2017
"Nickelodeon Schweiz" logo used from 31 March 2010-28 June 2017

Since 1 October 2021, the channel has been run by CH Media under license from Paramount.[1][2]

Current programming

Nickelodeon Switzerland airs the same programming as Nickelodeon Germany and Austria the channel also airs a programming block called NickNight in evening hours which is also distributed in Austria & previously Germany.

See also

References

  1. ^ "CH Media to run Nick in Switzerland". 30 June 2021.
  2. ^ "ViacomCBS Networks International und CH Media: Umfangreiche strategische Partnerschaft in der Schweiz | CH Media".