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Nickelodeon Schweiz
Logo used since 23 August 2023[a]
NetworkParamount Networks EMEAA
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerCH Media
(under license from Paramount)
Sister channelsNick Jr.
Launched28 September 1998 (Block on SF2)
1 April 2009 (TV Channel)
Closed16 September 2003 (Block on SF2)
Former namesNickelodeon Schweiz (2010-2017)
Nick Schweiz (2017-2023)

Nickelodeon Schweiz is a Swiss German-language pay television channel centred towards children. It was launched on 1 April 2009 timesharing with VIVA Switzerland, replacing the German feed that was available in Switzerland.[1] 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 after the shutdown of the German channel on 31 May 1998. It was replaced by another programming block called Junior.

"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, timesharing with the new channel 7+ Family.[2][3]

The channel was rebranded back to Nickelodeon on 23 August 2023.

"Nick Schweiz" logo used from 28 June 2017-23 August 2023
Splat logo used since 2023

See also


  1. ^ The logo's wordmark has been in use since March 2010. Additionally, this logo 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. ^ Krieger, Jörn (23 February 2009). "Nick comes to Switzerland". RapidTVNews. Archived from the original on 13 June 2022. Retrieved 10 July 2022.
  2. ^ "CH Media to run Nick in Switzerland". 30 June 2021. Archived from the original on 5 March 2022. Retrieved 5 March 2022.
  3. ^ "ViacomCBS Networks International und CH Media: Umfangreiche strategische Partnerschaft in der Schweiz | CH Media". Archived from the original on 5 March 2022. Retrieved 5 March 2022.