Hour-long special, amplifying young black voices and providing anti-racism resources for families, premieres Monday, June 29, at 7 P.M. (ET/PT)
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., June 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ —Nickelodeon’s heralded Nick News marks its return with a special hour-long presentation–Kids, Race and Unity: A Nick News Special, premiering Monday, June 29, at 7 p.m.
Nickelodeon and Burbank High School's Animation Partnership is proudly in its 8th year pairing students with our industry professionals. And thanks to a few key players, we’ve been proudly pushing on from home!
“There’s an ‘in it together’ sense for today’s parents and kids, as opposed to shielding kids from something negative.”
By Tara Weiss
Shielding kids from the reality of COVID-19 is nearly impossible, new interviews from Nickelodeon Consumer Research show. Their daily lives have been disrupted by social distancing measures, parents working from home, and school closings, which is causing kids to feel much of the same anxiety as adults.
The Salvation Army and an “army” of volunteers from Nickelodeon and Viacommunity teamed up last Tuesday evening in downtown Los Angeles for Feast of Sharing.
More than 1,000 residents of the Pico Union area - all families - enjoyed a sit-down banquet dinner with an incredibly delicious Thanksgiving menu prepared by Food Inc, our longtime Kids Choice Awards caterer, and served by live action and voice talent from our shows.
On Friday, September 13, Nickelodeon held its first ever Summer Day of Service to benefit LA Family Housing’s Pacoima Place residence. Pacoima Place houses 18 families and was most recently a pay by the hour motel before the folks at LA Family Housing put a master lease on the property.
A junior at Dartmouth studying economics, film and liberal arts, Joelle Park spent her summer at Nickelodeon managing YouTube scheduling calendars, observing the creative process, and brainstorming video ideas. When Viacom’s Corporate Social Responsibility team put out calls for video submissions to help them choose this year’s MTV VMA correspondent, Park saw an opportunity to chase an unfulfilled aspiration.
Our Spring 2019 NICKterns headed down to Burbank High School to partner with local high school student Ana Cristina Varela to bring her vision of a mural to life. Ana is a star BHS animation student and a product of our animation mentorship program.
Viacom, in partnership with The BEAT (the African American Employee Resource Group), hosted a career day for over a dozen girls from Figure Skating in Harlem (FSH). The girls, grades 7-11, were exposed to the world of media and entertainment and a peek into Viacom’s culture. The event was all part of Viacommunity’s (Viacom’s corporate social responsibility arm) All Good, All Year Initiative. All Good, All Year aims to engage employees each month with at least one volunteer event.
For this semester's philanthropy project the Nickterns paired up with Muralism.org to paint a mural on the campus of Roy Romer Middle School in Van Nuys. Muralism is a nonprofit organization that is commited to beautifying the city of Los Angeles, while providing employment to artists with special needs. The SpongeBob themed mural overlooks Romer Middle School's new athletic field and is part of the school's initiative to encourage students to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
Jonathan Rodriguez went from being an extremely shy kid in Burbank High’s Animation Program to intern at the Nickelodeon Animation Studio to artist on Nick’s hit show, The Loud House. Hear the accounts from his family, instructors and Nickelodeon mentors that believed and invested in him on his incredible journey.
Nickelodeon proudly supports National Disability Employment Awareness Month.