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Nickelodeon Greece
Country Greece
 Cyprus
Broadcast areaAttica, Argosaronikos, central / southern Evia, northwestern Cyclades and nationwide through NOVA-COSMOTE TV
HeadquartersIrakleio, Attica, Greece
Programming
Language(s)Greek
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerLocal TV S.A.
Sister channelsNick Jr.
Nickelodeon Plus
History
Launched19 July 1995 (Local TV)
3 September 2010 (Nickelodeon)
Closed3 September 2010 (Local TV)
Links
Websitewww.nickelodeon.gr
Availability
Terrestrial
Digea50 and 54 UHF (Attica)
Satellite
Cosmote TVChannel 504 (HD)
NovaChannel 505 (SD)
IPTV
Cosmote TVChannel 64 (HD)

Nickelodeon is a Greek free-to-air television channel that was launched on 3 September 2010.[1] It was available free-to-air in the Athens area on 35 analog UHF signal broadcast from Hymettus,[1] before the analog switch off on 20 July 2012, but it is available through the Digea DVB-T2 digital consortium on 54 UHF signal broadcast from Aegina, Hymettus and Parnitha. It also broadcasts in Thessaloniki and its surrounding areas through Nickelodeon Plus, a version of the channel for the Northern Greece area.[2] Nickelodeon HD started officially broadcasting on 17 October 2011 via Cosmote TV. As with MTV, Restis Enterprises was involved in launching Nickelodeon in Greece. Nickelodeon was originally a block on Channel 9 from 2003 to 2008.

Programming

Animated

Live-action

TeenNick (23:00-06:00)

Films

Nick Jr.

Events

Former series

References

  1. ^ a b "To Nickelodeon έρχεται στην Ελλάδα! Το νέο κανάλι για παιδιά θα σας προσφέρει μοναδικές στιγμές γέλιου και διασκέδασης" (in Greek). Nickelodeon Greece. Retrieved August 26, 2010. (English)
  2. ^ Staff (August 23, 2010). "Typologies.gr » Nickelodeon" (in Greek). To Paron. Retrieved August 26, 2010. (English)