Nick Jr. (Dutch TV channel)

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Nick Jr.
Nick Jr. logo 2009.svg
Country Netherlands
Broadcast areaNetherlands
Flanders
Network Nickelodeon
Programming
Language(s) Dutch
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Ownership
Owner ViacomCBS Networks EMEAA
Sister channels Nickelodeon
Nicktoons
Nick Music
French Nickelodeon
MTV
MTV Brand New
MTV Music 24
MTV Live HD
VH1
Comedy Central
Comedy Central Extra
Spike
History
Launched1 May 2005;16 years ago (2005-05-01)
Links
Website www.nickjr.nl
Availability
Cable
Ziggo (Netherlands)Channel 306
Caiway (Netherlands)Channel 123
DELTA (Netherlands)Channel 253
Kabel Noord (Netherlands)Channel 203
Telenet (Flanders)Channel 32
Telenet (Brussels)Channel 122
Orange (Flanders and Brussels)Channel 59
Satellite
Canal Digitaal (Netherlands)Channel 41
TV Vlaanderen (Belgium)Channel 38
IPTV
KPN (Netherlands)Channel 53
Tele2 (Netherlands)Channel 215
T-Mobile (Netherlands)Channel 172
Proximus TV (Flanders)Channel 41
Proximus TV (Wallonia and Brussels)Channel 291
Scarlet (Belgium)Channel 135
Streaming media
Ziggo GO (Netherlands) ZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)

Nick Jr. is a Dutch pay-TV preschooler's network and is part of the Dutch Nickelodeon network. After the transition of Kindernet to Nickelodeon in 2003, [1] Nick Jr. became a programme block on Nickelodeon in the morning. [2] Nick Jr. was to launch as a separate channel on 1 January 2005, but due to some capacity issues, it finally launched a few months later on 1 May. [3]

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References

  1. "Samenwerking Nickelodeon (Kindernet) en Veronica stopt per 1 september 2003". Kabelraden.nl. May 6, 2003. Archived from the original on 4 October 2015.
  2. "Nickelodeon-telvisievormgeving". Beeld en Geluid wiki. Retrieved October 4, 2012.
  3. David de Jong (April 26, 2005). "TMF-themakanalen eerst bij Unet". Dutchmedia Weblog.