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介绍两个宝喜欢的几部卡通(之一)几个卡通频道
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有了两个宝之后,很少有机会看自己喜欢的频道,打开电视,多是宝宝的卡通节目。两个宝不在家时一人开着电视半天才发现,自己原来一直在看Spongebob啊,呵呵。

大宝小的时候,我们看的最多的可能是Disney Channel,因为大宝喜欢Mickey Mouse和Little Einsteins,后来才更多地看Nickelodeon以及Cartoon Network。近年原来的Noggin也更名为Nick Jr,24小时播放针对学龄前儿童的启发教育节目。

Nickelodeon有很多两个宝喜欢的节目,如Spongebob Squarepants、Dora the Explorer、Go Diego Go、Max and Ruby、Ni Hao Kailan、Backyardigans、Wonder Pets、Wow Wow Wubbzy、Blue’s Clues(后来好象全部移至Nick Jr)等。不少Nicklodeon的节目似乎早晚有重播,此外不少卡通在Nick Jr也有播放,但也有不少节目是针对Teens的,而Nick Jr的节目是针对preschool,节目由Moose A. Moose和Zee“主持”,在卡通节目之间穿插一些小节目,如Puzzle time或Rhyme time等等,常常是别的频道没有合适的节目,我们就会看这个频道。

Cartoon Network除了有Tom and Jerry、Scooby Doo、Ed Edd n Eddy还有不少华纳的卡通,有时碰上节日什么的会全天连续播放(Marathon),如New Years Looney Tunes Marathon,卡通比较精彩,只是如果没有穿插的广告可能看起来就更过瘾了,呵呵。

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卡通频道

先将两个宝常看的几个卡通频道介绍一下,并附上我收集到的有关资料与大家分享啊:

一、Nickelodeon
http://www.nick.com/

1、概述

中文译名:尼克,是美国知名的有线电视频道,主营儿童节目。为维亚康姆公司拥有。自90年代初和21世纪初,尼克作为一个品牌已经到其他地区,包括欧洲 ,在中东 ,俄罗斯和亚洲扩展。 2009年11月2日已经可以在加拿大开播。

自2006年以来,尼克一直由MTVN儿童与家庭集团总裁西马Zarghami。该频道的目的主要是为2-11岁的儿童,与他们的黄金时间块异常是针对9-14岁的儿童。

★ 档案
推出:1977年12月1日
拥有:MTV网络 ( 维亚康姆 )
格式:480i ( SDTV ) /1080i ( HDTV )
国家:United States 美国
总部:New York City 纽约市
前身:Pinwheel (1977-1981年)
姐妹频道:TV Land , Nicktoons , TeenNick , Nick Jr.

尼克罗顿国际儿童频道(简称尼克,曾称纸风车)于1979年4月1日开播,是美国有线电视里一个主要给儿童和少年观看的频道,但同时在TEENick中有定位于青少年的节目。第一个尼克国际儿童频道在美国开播,但是如今在世界好几个地区都有不同的尼克国际儿童频道,例如东南亚、日本、澳洲、新西兰、英国、斯堪地那維亞、西欧、拉丁美洲和巴西尼克国际儿童频道。

尼克是全球领先的儿童娱乐品牌。它在亚洲设有7个24小时全天候播出的电视频道:尼克儿童亚洲频道、尼克儿童日本频道、尼克儿童印度频道、尼克儿童巴基斯坦频道、尼克儿童韩国频道、尼克儿童澳大利亚频道和尼克儿童新西兰频道,同时对外发行尼克儿童频道制作的品牌节目。尼克儿童频道永远把孩子放在首位,并围绕孩子们的需求建立起多样化的全球业务,包括尼克电影、音乐、出版、互动游戏、网站以及尼克旗下人物和内容的产品授权经营业务。发展至今,尼克儿童频道已成为全球覆盖最广的儿童电视网络,足迹遍及161个国家4亿7千1百万家庭收视户。

尼克儿童亚洲频道覆盖13个地区,包括文莱、斐济、香港、印度尼西亚、澳门、马来西亚、马绍尔群岛、密克罗尼西亚、帕劳、巴布亚新几内亚、新加坡、泰国和菲律宾。

尼克儿童频道提供种类繁多的电视节目,包括动画、真人秀、喜剧、游戏节目和学前教育节目。这些高质量的节目均不涉及暴力,也无性别倾向,挖掘幽默天性,反映孩子的真实体验,最重要的是,他们都是从孩子的视角出发。尼克儿童频道知名的节目,动画片系列包括知名的海绵宝宝(SpongeBob SquarePants),反斗家族(The Fairly OddParents),幻影丹尼(Danny Phantom),降世神通(Avatar: The Legend of Aang);学前教育系列包括蓝色斑点狗(Blue’s Clues)、爱探险的朵拉(Dora the Explorer)、徒步旅行救助队(Go, Diego Go!)、神奇宠物(The Wonder Pets)和花园小子(The Backyardigans)。尼克儿童频道还制作了一些融合真人秀和喜剧的节目,包括iCarly、Drake & Josh、儿童摇滚乐队(The Naked Brothers Band),还有年度大型颁奖礼《孩子的选择》。

国内引进的知名节目主要有:《爱探险的朵拉》(Dora the Explorer)、《海绵宝宝》(SpongeBob SquarePants)、《你好,凯兰》(Ni Hao, Kai-lan) 、《猫狗》(Cat Dog)和《丽莎和她的朋友们》(Wild Thornberrys》等。

★ 尼克国际儿童频道的节目

尼克国际儿童频道制作并播出了许多的节目。凭借原本出现在加拿大的速写喜剧表演《你不能在电视上干那事》(You Can't Do That on Television)中的绿色史莱姆, 尼克国际儿童频道逐渐被人所知。之后,绿色史莱姆被该频道用作为许多节目的主要特征,有一些甚至是频道之外的。

许多成人是通过尼克儿童晚间频道在黄金时段和午夜时间播出的经典电视情景喜剧了解到这个频道的。

尼克国际儿童频道的许多动画片,或者叫“尼克卡通”,依靠黑色幽默、超现实主义以及独特的注解,赢得了一片赞誉。其中的一些典型例子包括《莱恩和史丁比》、《真实怪物》和《侵略者ZIM》(invader Zim)。

从1991年开始,尼克国际儿童频道开始制作原创卡通片,又叫“尼克卡通”。第一年有三部作品诞生:《道格》《小淘气》以及《莱恩和史丁比》。在九十年代中期,该频道开始转向播放更多的动画片,而减少那些“在佛罗里达奥兰多环球影城的工作室现场录制”的真人演出的节目(例如《你能我也能2000》(Double Dare 2000))。直到2004年,这些节目仍然在尼克罗顿工作室里的观众面前录制。后来,该频道于2005年撤出了佛罗里达环球影城。在因特网上有很多网站只收录“经典的尼克”的资料,因为它们是存在于在大量的卡通节目出现之前的。

在1999年5月,尼克国际儿童频道推出了他们至今为止最受欢迎的原创节目《海綿寶寶》(SpongeBob SquarPants)。这部动画片在全世界都受到了各年龄层人们的欢迎,还创造了数十亿美元的商品收入。它也因此成为一个流行文化的标志。其他类似的尼克卡通例如《反斗家族》在这之后马上跟进。《侵略者Zim》在它的初映之后两年被正式取消,但是又带出了一大堆的追随者。《反斗家族》(原本在《Oh Yeah!卡通》中播出)成为了这个频道最出名的节目。

比较有名的卡通有:SpongeBob SquarPants, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, All Grown Up! ,Avatar: The Last Airbender,Catscratch, Danny Phantom,The Fairly OddParents, The X's.

Nick还制作了其它的卡通。
最初的弹珠模样的尼克国际儿童频道台标 (1981-1984)

★ 尼克晚间儿童频道

1985年7月,尼克晚间儿童频道开始在尼克国际儿童频道的每天黄金时间到清晨的时段播出。在这之前,一般过了东部时间晚上8点钟尼克国际儿童频道就停止播出了。但是很多有线电视公司在夜间都会用其他频道来填补,例如A&E或者C-SPAN。最早的节目包括经典的黑白电影,例如《唐纳·里德的表演》、《我的三个儿子》、《希区柯克时间》、《66号航线》,以及周末播放的《连接洛杉矶的疯狂电影》和尼克国际儿童频道的《火鸡电视》。更晚的一些节目设置包括从70年代到90年代间不同的情景喜剧,例如 《天才老爹》, 《罗斯安妮》, 《不同的世界》以及《新鲜王子妙事多》。尼克晚间儿童频道也制作了一些原创节目,比如说 《父亲身份》 (根据比尔·考斯贝的同名原著改编)和《Hi金克斯(Hi-Jinks)》 (一部类似于美国MTV电视台整人节目(Punk'd)的电视剧,主要反映父母在他们的孩子身上开各种玩笑)。这一部分在尼克德国儿童频道中叫做尼克喜剧。在90年代中后期,《我喜欢露西》、《玛丽·泰勒·摩尔的演出》等节目,以及其他现在在电视乐土(TV Land)播出的节目在那时是通过尼克晚间儿童频道放映的。后者将播出时间进行了调整,但是播出的节目还都是至少10-20年以前的节目。

尼克晚间儿童频道被MTV电视网络长期的咨询顾问,弗雷德/阿兰公司,构思并发展成为第一个“老人的”电视网络。 (弗雷德·塞伯特和阿兰·古德曼)在1984年末曾被赋予将尼克国际儿童频道由美国最低级的有线电视网络,在六个月时间内,变成其最佳状态的任务。

★ 其它的尼克国际儿童频道

在1996年,尼克晚间儿童频道将电视乐土分离出来成为一个新的频道。这个频道现时在播映一系列老的节目,主要是从1951年到1992年的情景喜剧。

尼克国际儿童频道还分离出了其它的有线电视网络:尼克Too(尼克国际儿童频道的三小时延迟版本 -- 西岸节目被重新调整以供东海岸观众收看,虽然现在只播放纯西岸节目。)、 尼克游戏和体育频道(尼克GAS)、 尼克卡通电视网络、以及挪根电视/N频道(原本是和儿童电视制作场合营的频道)。它同时还在世界不同国家运营特定文化或语言的尼克罗顿电视频道,并且将某些卡通节目的翻译版本授权给其他的电视台播放,这包括德国的晶德频道和Super RTL、加拿大的YTV、法国的Canal J、希腊的Alpha Kids以及土耳其的CNBC-e。

● 国际覆盖

除了美国之外,尼克国际儿童频道还出现在阿根廷、澳大利亚、孟加拉国、比利时、巴西、智利、哥伦比亚、哥斯达黎加、丹麦、多米尼加共和国、厄瓜多尔、萨尔瓦多、法国、德国、危地马拉、洪都拉斯、香港、印度、爱尔兰、以色列、印尼、日本、哈萨克斯坦、马耳他、马来西亚、墨西哥、荷兰、新西兰、挪威、巴基斯坦、巴拿马、秘鲁、菲律宾、葡萄牙、罗马尼亚、俄罗斯、新加坡、南非、西班牙、斯里兰卡、瑞典、土耳其、英国、乌拉圭、委内瑞拉。1993年9月1日,尼克国际儿童频道在英国推出。2009年9月30日,尼克国际儿童频道撤出日本(原Sky PerfecTV!第751頻道)。

东南亚

亚洲MTV电视网络在很久以前就开始播出尼克亚洲儿童频道。尼克国际儿童频道在新加坡首先播出,然后推广到整个东南亚,南亚和波利尼西亚。当前,尼克菲律宾儿童频道和尼克印度儿童频道开始独立运作。他们于2003年启动他们新的网站Nicksplat.com。

在印度,尼克国际儿童频道可以在One Alliance, 印度Dish TV和TATA-SKY电视收看到。 在菲律宾则是SkyCable频道45和Global Destiny Cable频道21。在香港,马来西亚和新加坡,尼克国际儿童频道分别在Now TV、星和视界和ASTRO上出现。

●维亚康姆集团

尼克隶属于维亚康姆集团,该集团是美国第三大传媒公司,包括拥有39家地方电视台的电视集团、制作节目超过55000小时的派拉蒙电视集团、成立于 1912年的派拉蒙电影公司(其库存影片超过2500部,包括《星球大战》、《阿甘正传》、《教父》、《碟中谍》、《泰坦尼克号》等经典影片)、1948 年运营且其附属台超过200家的哥伦比亚广播CBS公司(也是美国最大的5家电视网之一)、在美国纽约于1981年8月创办的MTV音乐电视网(目前它在美国拥有的订户超过7900万家庭,并已经覆盖了全球140个国家和地区的3.84亿家庭)、1979年4月1日启动的尼克罗迪恩Nickelodeon 儿童电视频道(目前拥有超过8100万美国家庭订户)、拥有180多家广播电台的无线广播Infinity公司(同时也是美国最大的无线电广播公司和户外广告公司之一)、于1985年10月19日开业的布洛克巴斯特Blockbuster录影带出租连锁店(其在美国有4141家自有品牌的经销店和830家特许经营的经销店;在国外有1951家自有的经销店和454家特许经营的经销店)、以及著名出版社之一的西蒙和舒斯特Simon & Schuster出版公司。

维亚康姆经营策略是“全球化经营,本土化落实”。

其在中国所进行历程如下:

1995年成立北京办事处,其旗下的MTV全球网即开始以与中国开展节目交换的形式进入中国,同年获得了在中国500万户三星级以上酒店和涉外小区的落地权。MTV中文频道是专为华语受众制造的音乐电视频道,它在中国内地通过各个有线电视台深入到数千万户家庭,是中国内地最大的外国音乐节目提供者,同时它还利用MTV全球网络将中国本土音乐推广到全世界;之后,MTV节目陆续在一些地方台播出,目前以MTV为主制作的《MTV天籁村》、《MTV学英语》、《MTV光荣榜》和《MTV明星档案》四档节目通过各地方有线电视台进入中国家庭的户数已达到6000多万户左右。

1999年开始与中央电视台联合举办一年一度的CCTV-MTV音乐盛典。第二年这一活动的收视率达到了7.8%,即达到了1亿左右的受众人数。 2001年5月1日通过与国内民营的唐龙国际传媒合作,将面向8~14岁儿童、以教育节目为主的尼克Nickelodeon国际儿童频道中的《尼克知识乐园》引入中国,目前已进入200多家有线电视台,有大约8000万个家庭可以收看到这些节目,在全国的总覆盖人口已经达到3到5亿,从最早播出的102家电视台的收视调查表明,这个栏目的收视率高达5%到8%,而节目的播出时间在2002年也由原来的每天30分钟逐步增加到每天2小时左右。

2003年后,尼克儿童频道中的“挑战小勇士”栏目开始通过央视播出并与上海声像出版社合作,由上海声像独家在中国发行了旗下制作的的儿童连续剧《少女心路》、《柯南和柯尔》和《史哥特表哥》等的DVD和VCD制品。 

于2003年4月26日MTV正式在广东省有线电视网落地,通过增补39频道MTV 24小时播出的音乐电视节目被传送到广东的100多万个家庭中。 2003年12月28日,尼克国际儿童频道与中国中央电视台正式达成合作协议,将就正式开播的中央电视台青少频道展开全方位、大规模的合作,央视青少频道将专门开辟每天半小时的时间播出尼克国际儿童频道旗下的长篇动画连续剧《猫狗:Cat Dog》和《丽莎和她的朋友们: Wild Thornberrys》;且双方在2004年6月1日共同举办了“孩子的选择- Kids Choice Award”大型电视晚会。

雷石东在2004年3月抵达上海,并签署了与上海文广新闻传媒集团组建合资电视制片公司的协议,并在2005年第一季度开始为中国电视台制作儿童类节目。 2004年9月下旬再次抵达中国,和北京电视台签订协议,并结成制作联盟,合作制作适应本地观众需要的音乐和娱乐类电视节目,选择音乐电视作为进入中国电视市场的主打产品,并打算将其MTV China的用户数量扩大至1000万个家庭。 2004年11月3日,按照当年3月签定的协议,维亚康姆旗下的尼克儿童频道与上海文广新闻传媒集团双方成立合资公司“上海东方尼克电视制作有限公司”,将为中国观众量身制作本土化的儿童节目;注册资金600万美元,其中,上海文广占51%、维亚康姆旗下的尼克儿童频道占49%,并计划在2至3年内收回投资;合资公司将利用尼克频道的品牌效应,以制作本土化的儿童电视节目为主,引进其《蓝色线索》、《孩子的选择》等名牌栏目的市场模式、制作理念,也将推出现场综艺栏目、游戏栏目和动画栏目“尼克时段”,然后在全国30多个有线电视频道中播出,为上海文广传媒集团的东方少儿频道和全国各电视台提供少儿类的节目;之后,还将在世界100多个国家的69个频道播出,把中国的传统故事和人物作成节目介绍给世界观众。之前的几年里,于1999年9月,维亚康姆公司还赞助了在美国举行的《中国文化周》的主题活动,雷石东也同时担任《中国文化周》顾问委员会的顾问;与此同时,维亚康姆公司还在中国中央音乐学院设立了奖学金;2003年春节,维亚康姆公司曾独家出资赞助中国广播民族乐团访美巡回演出,在当地引起轰动。

2005年12月11日,维亚康姆户外传媒广告(北京)有限公司正式挂牌。公共交通广告是维亚康姆户外的核心业务,进入中国之前,他们的广告投放点遍布纽约、伦敦的地铁,意大利的铁路,荷兰的有轨电车和英国的巴士。今年9月,维亚康姆户外收购了北京流动传媒,而流动传媒此前业务的重点正是巴士广告。据维亚康姆北京公司董事局主席张振利先生介绍,维亚康姆户外同样也会采纳包括灯箱广告、建筑物高层大牌广告、电子显示屏等形式。

说到国际传媒巨头,一定得提到维亚康姆。这艘传媒娱乐航空母舰在创新、推进与传播娱乐、新闻、体育和音乐方面,一直走在世界的前列。《财富》杂志把维亚康姆公司的股票列为二十一世纪前十年中最值得购买的十大股票之一。

维亚康姆(Viacom)为世界各地的广告商提供了第一大的平台,

它在广播电视、户外广告和在线等领域都有不凡的表现,维亚康姆旗下拥有CBS、MTV、尼克隆顿(Nickelodeon)、VHI、BET、派拉蒙(Paramount)、无限广播、国家广播公司(TNN)、乡村音乐电视(CMT)、娱乐时间(Showtime)、布洛克巴斯特(Blockbuster)等知名公司。

维亚康姆可以说是包括了传媒、娱乐的各个领域。1992年收购了派拉蒙,1999年收购CBS,多样化的领域使维亚康姆收入来源十分丰富。维亚康姆 2000年的总收入为200多亿美元,全球员工达12万多,其拥有的版权数有50万个。维亚康姆年收入的33%来自它的电影制片厂,33%来自音乐、录像租赁业务以及主题乐园,18%来自广播,14%来自出版业。

维亚康姆(Viacom)持有的股份如下:
*13家美国电视台;
*美国及全球有线新闻网,包括MTV全球网、CBS、M2、廉价电影节目(Nickelodeon)、Showtime、Tvland、派拉蒙网及VH1;
*(与时代华纳)持有喜剧中心频道50%股权;
*电影、录像及电视生产,包括派拉蒙影片;
*Blockbuaster录像及音乐商店,它是世界上最大的录像制品租赁店;
*5家主题乐园;
*图书出版,包括西蒙-舒斯特(Simon&Schuster)、麦克米兰;
*持有美国有线网50%的股权,拥有最大的美国有线频道观众群,以及美国网拉丁美洲网(USNetworkLatinAmerica);
*(与Chris-craft产业)持有美国UPN电视网50%的股权;
*持有Spelling娱乐电视生产公司75%的股权。
*维亚康姆(Viacom)的合资公司、资产股份或长期独家战略联盟包括:时代华纳、新闻集团、环宇、宝丽金、索尼,柯斯(Kirch)等;
*电讯或信息公司中有Nynex、Sprint。

★ 其它的尼克罗顿项目

● Nick.com

尼克国际儿童频道的网站于1995年开通。它包括以下的项目:个人化信息,电视节目表,音乐,在线小游戏,在线购物等等。在2006年,更有一个新的项目叫做本周游戏,在每个星期介绍一款新游戏。

● 尼克罗顿杂志

尼克国际儿童频道同时也发行尼克罗顿杂志。虽然该杂志在1990年就曾经短暂的尝试出版,但最后它还是于1993年创刊。这本杂志包括非小说环节,幽默,访谈,笑话,食谱(例如绿泥蛋糕),和一个大的漫画书环节。该环节包括许多地下漫画家的原创作品以及尼克卡通的一些内容。

● 尼克罗顿酒店

尼克罗顿家庭套房佛罗里达州奥兰多市一个以尼克国际儿童频道为主体的假日酒店。其位于环球影城度假村和迪士尼世界度假村。该酒店包括单人、双人和三人的尼克罗顿主题儿童套房,以及许多不同的尼克罗顿主体的娱乐设施。尼克罗顿家庭套房还包括为成年人准备的尼克晚间儿童频道主题的房间。

● 尼克罗顿电影

尼克罗顿电影是尼克国际儿童频道属下的电影制作机构。它主要根据该频道的电视节目制作电影,以及其他许多的改编和原创作品。它的影片是由维亚康姆旗下的派拉蒙影业发行的。

● 尼克罗顿工作室

尼克罗顿工作室是于1990年6月7日在奥兰多环球影城开张的。它制作了很多尼克国际儿童频道的原创节目。2005年4月30日,该工作室正式关闭,因为所有尼克国际儿童频道的节目制作都转移到了加利福尼亚的伯班克和纽约市。史莱姆喷泉在2005年5月从原址前被移走;尼克罗顿的商标在2006年1月被移走;而尼克罗顿时间胶囊在2006年8月被提早移走,且没有做任何解释。

英文介绍:

Nickelodeon (usually abbreviated as "Nick", and originally named Pinwheel from December 1, 1977 to March 31, 1979), is an American cable television network owned by MTV Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom International. The channel is primarily aimed at children ages 6–14, with the exception of their weekday morning program block aimed at preschoolers ages 2–5. Since 2006, Nickelodeon has been run by MTVN Kids & Family Group president Cyma Zarghami.

As of 2010, Nickelodeon is ranked as the #1 cable channel among the kids 2-11 and 6-11 demographics, outranking competitors Disney Channel and Cartoon Network. For most of its history, the channel had been promoted as "The First Kids' Network," as Nickelodeon was the first American television network aimed at children, dating back to its days under the Pinwheel name.

Nickelodeon's broadcast day runs on Sunday through Thursdays from 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Fridays from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturdays from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. (Eastern and Pacific Time). It shares its channel space with Nick at Nite, a nighttime channel/programming block airing mainly sitcom reruns, created in 1985, that airs during the interim hours and is treated as a separate channel from Nickelodeon by A.C. Nielsen Co. for ratings purposes. The two services are sometimes referred to under the collective name "Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite", due to their association as two individual channels sharing the same channel space.

2、历史

★ Early history (1977–1979)

Nickelodeon's pre-history began on December 1, 1977 when QUBE, the first two-way interactive cable TV system was launched in Columbus, Ohio by Warner Cable (owned by Warner Communications, and an ancestor of Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment). One of the specialized channels available to subscribers of the QUBE system was Pinwheel, a cable channel offering children's programming, which ran for only about six hours each day.

★ Relaunch as Nickelodeon and national expansion (1979–1990)

Pinwheel was re-launched as Nickelodeon on April 1, 1979, and despite its prior history on the QUBE system under the Pinwheel name, Nickelodeon has declared that 1979 is the network's official launch year. It began airing on various Warner Cable systems, beginning in Buffalo, New York and quickly expanded its audience reach. Shows airing during its broadcast day (which initially ran from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. ET on weekdays and 9 a.m.-8 p.m. ET on weekends) included Video Comic Book, Pop Clips and the long-running Pinwheel (now formatted as a daily hour-long series that ran in a 3-5 hour block format, and was a precursor to the Nick Jr. block) along with other shows such as America Goes Bananaz, Nickel Flicks and By the Way. In 1980, new shows were added to the lineup, including Dusty's Treehouse, First Row Features, Special Delivery, What Will They Think Of Next?, Livewire, and Hocus Focus. Also in the same year, Video Comic Book was renamed to Video Comicz.

The third Nickelodeon logo, known as the "Silver Ball", used from 1981[when?] to Late[when?] 1984.

The network's first logo had a man looking into a Nickelodeon machine that was placed in the N. The second logo had the word "Nickelodeon" in Pinwheel's logo font. The third logo was a silver pinball with the "Nickelodeon" title in multicolor. Nickelodeon's first popular series was You Can't Do That On Television, a Canadian sketch comedy that made its American debut on Nickelodeon in late 1981. On April 12, 1981, the channel extended its hours from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. ET by turning its channel over to the Alpha Repertory Television Service (ARTS) and, later until 1985, A&E Network after ARTS merged with NBC's struggling cable service The Entertainment Channel. In 1983, Warner-Amex Satellite Entertainment began divesting its assets and spun off Nickelodeon and two other channels, MTV and the now-defunct Radio Television Station (RTS) into the newly-formed subsidiary MTV Networks. After a while the network became known for its iconic green slime, originally featured in You Can't Do That on Television. The green slime was then adopted by the channel as a primary feature of many of its shows, including Double Dare. In the early years, other shows such as Livewire, Standby: Lights, Camera, Action, The Third Eye and Mr. Wizard's World were part of the regular Nickelodeon time slots.

The channel struggled at first, having lost $4 million by 1984, and finishing dead last among the cable channels. After firing the previous staff, MTV Networks president Bob Pittman turned to Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman, who created MTV's iconic IDs a few years earlier, to reinvigorate Nickelodeon. Seibert and Goodman's company, Fred/Alan, teamed up with Tom Corey and Scott Nash of the advertising firm Corey McPherson Nash to replace the "Pinball" logo with the "orange splat" logo with the name Nickelodeon written in Balloon font, that would be used in hundreds of different variations for the next quarter century. Fred/Alan also enlisted the help of animators, writers, producers and doo-wop group The Jive Five to create new channel IDs. Within six months of the rebranding, Nickelodeon would become the dominant channel in children programming and has remained so for more than 25 years, even in the midst of increasing competition in recent years from other kids-oriented cable channels such as Disney Channel and Cartoon Network. In 1984, Nickelodeon launched The Big Help, which spawned a spinoff program The Big Green Help in 2007; the point of the program is to change yourself and the earth by exercising and protecting the environment to show a difference to the earth.

In January 1985, after A&E dropped its partnership with Nickelodeon and became its own 24-hour channel, Nickelodeon simply went to a test screen after sign-off. That July, Nickelodeon added a new nighttime block called Nick at Nite, and became a 24-hour a day service. That same year, American Express sold their stake in Warner-Amex to Warner Communications and was renamed Warner Cable; by 1986, Warner Cable turned MTV Networks into a private company, and sold MTV, RTS and Nickelodeon to Viacom for $685 million. In 1988, Nick aired the first annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards (previously known as The Big Ballot) and introduced Nick Jr., an educational block for younger children around preschool age.

★ Success in the 1990s and the 2000s (1990–2009)

By October 1990, Nickelodeon was seen in 52 million homes across the United States[citation needed] . In 1990, Nickelodeon opened Nickelodeon Studios, a television studio/attraction at Universal Studios Florida in Orlando which many of its sitcoms and game shows were filmed and entered into a multimillion-dollar joint marketing agreement with international restaurant chain Pizza Hut, which involved launching Nickelodeon Magazine,[citation needed] available for free at participating Pizza Hut restaurants. In 1991, for the first time, Nickelodeon developed its first animated series, Doug, Rugrats, and The Ren and Stimpy Show. These series, known as Nicktoons, premiered on August 11, 1991. The network had previously refused to produce weekly animated series due to high cost. The three Nicktoons found success by 1993, while in mid-1993, Nickelodeon developed its fourth Nicktoon, Rocko's Modern Life, which was also a success along with the three other Nicktoons. Later, Nickelodeon partnered with Sony Wonder and released top selling video cassettes of the show's programming. By 1994, Doug ended production and on May 22, 1994, Rugrats was in a production hiatus, but Rocko's Modern Life and The Ren and Stimpy Show were still in production and airing. In mid-1996, Nickelodeon developed two new Nicktoons, KaBlam! and Hey Arnold! which would take the place of Rocko's Modern Life and The Ren and Stimpy Show since they would both end production about that time, but still would air reruns up until about 2001. Rugrats, on the other hand, returned from hiatus on May 9, 1997 (reruns continued to air up until that point). In 1998, The Rugrats Movie came out. The movie grossed more than $100 million in the United States and became the first non-Disney animated movie to ever earn that much.

One of the many variants of the orange logo, commonly known for the "splat" design, used from Autumn[when?] 1984 to September 27, 2009; this particular version was used as the main logo from 2006[when?] to September 27, 2009; this logo is still used on newer products in tandem with the current logo.

In August 1992, the channel extended its Saturday schedule to 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET with the launch of a primetime block called SNICK, which was home to shows such as Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Clarissa Explains It All, All That, The Amanda Show and Kenan & Kel; in 2004, the block was reformatted as the Saturday edition of TEENick (which originally debuted on Sunday evenings in 2000), and the Saturday night block continues today without a name (the TEENick branding, with its spelling altered to TeenNick, has since been used on the Nicklelodeon sister channel previously known as The N). In June 1993, Nickelodeon resumed its magazine brand, Nickelodeon Magazine. In 1994, Nickelodeon removed You Can't Do That on Television from its schedule after thirteen years and by the same year the network had launched a new sketch comedy show, All That. For many years, until its cancellation in 2005, All That would launch the careers of many actors and actresses including Kenan Thompson, Amanda Bynes, and Jamie Lynn Spears. The show's executive producer, Dan Schneider, would go on to create and produce several hit series for Nickelodeon including The Amanda Show, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly and Victorious, among others.

In October and December 1994, Nickelodeon sold Halloween and Christmas themed episodes of its Nicktoons through syndication to local markets across the United States, with then-new former corporate relative, Paramount Domestic Television (now CBS Television Distribution).

In October 1995, Nickelodeon ventured in the World Wide Web and launched Nick.com. Initially the website was available only using America Online's internet service, but was later available to all internet service providers. The website's popularity grew and in March 1999, Nick.com became the highest-rated website aimed at children aged 6–14 years old. Nickelodeon used the website in conjunction with television programs which increased traffic. In 2001, Nickelodeon partnered with Networks Inc. to provide broadband video games for rent from Nick.com. The move was a further step in the multimedia direction that the developers wanted to take the website. Skagerlind indicated that over 50% of Nick.com's audience are using a high speed connection which allows them to expand the gaming options on the website. To accompany the broadband content, TurboNick was created. Initially it was a popup panel which showcased broadband content on Nick.com.

In March 2004, Nickelodeon and Nick at Nite were split up in the Nielsen primetime and total day ratings, due to the different programming, advertisers and target audiences between the two services; this caused controversy by cable executives believing this manipulated the ratings, given that Nick at Nite's broadcast day takes up only a fraction of Nickelodeon's programming schedule. Nickelodeon's and Nick at Nite's respective ratings periods encompasses only the hours they each operate under the total day rankings, though Nickelodeon only is rated for the daytime ratings; this is due to a ruling by Nielsen in July 2004, that networks have program for 51% or more of a daypart to qualify for ratings for a particular daypart.

Nickelodeon Studios closed down in 2005 and was converted into the Blue Man Group Sharp Aquos Theatre in 2007; Nickelodeon now tapes its live-action series at the Nickelodeon On Sunset studios (formerly the Earl Carroll Theatre) in Hollywood, California and other studio locations in Hollywood and other areas. In 2007, Nickelodeon began a four-year development deal with Sony Music to produce music-themed series for the channel, help fund and launch albums in conjunction with the label tied to Nickelodeon shows and produce original songs for the programs to be released as singles as result; the only series produced under the partnership that was greenlit as a series, Victorious debuted in 2010, though a similar hit music-themed sitcom, Big Time Rush that debuted the same year features a similar partnership with Columbia Records, though with Columbia only being involved with the show's music, Sony Music became involved with that show's production midway through its first season. Big Time Rush soon, after less than a month on the air, became a hit series, garnering 6.8 million viewers for its debut on January 18, 2010, and setting a new record for highest-rated live-action series premiere in the network's history.

★ Rebranding and plans for the 2010s (2009–present)

Nickelodeon had announced in February 2009 that Noggin and The N were to be rebranded as Nick Jr. and TeenNick to bring both channels in line with the Nickelodeon brand identity. Nickelodeon later announced in May 2009 that Nick Magazine would be discontinued by the end of the year. In July 2009, Nickelodeon unveiled a new logo for the first time in 25 years on the packaging of Nickelodeon DVDs coming out beginning that month, the Australian service, and that year's Nickelodeon Animation Festival, intending to create a unified look that can better be conveyed across all of MTV Networks's children's channels.

As of September 28, 2009, the new logo is used across Nickelodeon and Nick at Nite, along with the rebranded TeenNick, Nick Jr. and Nicktoons (formerly The N, Noggin and Nicktoons Network, respectively) channels in varying versions customized for brand unification and refreshment purposes; a new logo for Nickelodeon Productions also began being used in end credit tags on all Nickelodeon shows, even on episodes aired before the new logo took effect (end credit tags of programs airing on TeenNick, Nick Jr. and some shows on Nicktoons only use the current Nickelodeon Productions logo and variants for their respective channel's original programming on episodes of series made after the rebrand). The Nickelodeon rebrand was created by New York based creative studio Trollbäck + Company. A revised instrumental version of the Nickelodeon audio ident originally performed by The Jive Five was the only part of the "splat logo" era that was retained in the rebrand. Reaction to the rebrand has been largely mixed, though fans of the channel, especially of its 1980s and 1990s programming, have expressed dislike over the rebranded logo. Though it is mainly a wordmark, during the days prior to the 2010 Kids' Choice Awards, the logo bug was given a blimp background to match the award given out at the show; and beginning the week of September 7, 2010 the logo was formed by a splat design (a la the 2006-2009 logo) in the on-screen program bug during new episodes of its original series. The new logo was adopted in the UK on February 15, 2010, in Spain on February 19, 2010, in Asia on March 15, 2010 and in Latin America on April 5, 2010. The "Nick on TV5" block on TV5 in the Philippines adopted the rebranded logo on May 1, 2010 together with the new TV5 logo.

On November 2, 2009, a Canadian version of Nickelodeon was launched, in partnership between Viacom and Corus Entertainment (owners of YTV, which has aired Nick shows for several years, and will continue to do so); as a result, versions of Nickelodeon now exist in most of North America.

On May 12, 2010, after an agreement was reached between Haim Saban (who earlier that month had bought back rights to the franchise from The Walt Disney Company) and MTV Networks, Nickelodeon announced that it had purchased the television rights to the Power Rangers franchise, and the series is slated to resume production for an eighteenth season scheduled to debut on Nickelodeon starting sometime in 2011; as part of the deal, Nickelodeon also plans to air the existing 700 episode catalog of the series on the Nicktoons cable channel in the later part of 2010.

3.List of programs broadcast by Nickelodeon

Current programming:

★First-run original animated series ("Nicktoons")
* SpongeBob SquarePants (May 1, 1999–present)
* Fairly OddParents (March 30, 2001–present)
* Back at the Barnyard (September 29, 2007–present)
* The Mighty B! (April 26, 2008–present)
* Penguins of Madagascar (March 28, 2009–present)
* Fanboy & Chum Chum (November 6, 2009–present)
* T.U.F.F. Puppy (October 2, 2010-present)
* Planet Sheen (October 2, 2010-present)

★First-run original live-action programs
* iCarly (September 8, 2007–present)
* True Jackson, VP (November 8, 2008–present)
* The Troop (September 12, 2009–present)
* Big Time Rush (November 28, 2009–present)
* Victorious (March 27, 2010–present)

★First-run preschool programs ("Nick's Play Date")
* The Backyardigans (November 22, 2004–present)
* Dora the Explorer (August 14, 2000–present)
* The Fresh Beat Band (August 24, 2009–present)
* Go, Diego, Go! (September 6, 2005–present)
* Max and Ruby (October 21, 2002-present)
* Ni Hao, Kai-Lan (February 7, 2008–present)
* Team Umizoomi (January 25, 2010–present)
* Wonder Pets (March 3, 2006–present)
* Yo Gabba Gabba! (August 20, 2007–present)

★First-run game shows
* BrainSurge (September 28, 2009–present)

★First-run news programs
* Nick News (1992[when?]-present)

Reruns of former Nickelodeon series:

★Animated series
* The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (July 20, 2002-November 25, 2006, first-run; November 26, 2006–present, reruns)
* All Grown Up! (April 12, 2003-August 10, 2008, first-run; August 11, 2008–present, reruns)

★Mini-series and specials
* 7 Secrets (April 24, 2010–present)
* Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards (March 1, 1988–present)

Upcoming programs:

★First-run original animated series
* Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (premieres November 11, 2010)
* Winx Club (premieres February 2011)
* Monsters vs. Aliens (premieres February 5, 2011)
* Avatar: The Legend of Korra (premieres November 2011)
* Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (premieres 2011)

★First-run original live-action programs
* House of Anubis (premieres Fall 2010)
* Power Rangers: Samurai (premieres February 2011)
* Supah Ninjas (premieres 2011)

★Former programming
* 1 Indicates program that had also been broadcast on Nick at Nite.
* 2 Indicates program that had also been broadcast in first-run form on the Nick Jr. cable channel.

二、Nick Jr

官方网站:
http://www.nickjr.com/

NickJr.com is THE place for online kids games and kids activities! Kids, parents, preschoolers, and everyone in your family who loves Nick Jr. TV shows will find hundreds of online kids games, kids crafts, and coloring pages starring favorite Nick Jr. characters, including Dora the Explorer, Ni Hao, Kai-lan, Toot & Puddle, Diego, Backyardigans, Wonder Pets, and The Fresh Beat Band.

NickJr.com is also the place where your family will find information on family life, like kids health, kids exercise, family trips, holiday ideas, birthday party planning, home life, family entertainment, kids movies and kids DVDs, as well as preschool milestones and kids activities for all ages-and-stages--from toddlers to preschoolers to big kids.

1、概述

Nick Jr. is the name of an American cable television channel owned by the MTV Networks subsidiary of Viacom. The channel was known as Noggin from its February 2, 1999 launch until September 28, 2009 at 6:00 a.m. (Eastern)/5:00 a.m. (Central Time).

Sister channel The N was relaunched as TeenNick at the same time as Noggin's relaunch as Nick Jr.; like with TeenNick, Nick Jr.'s name was taken from a former program block on parent channel Nickelodeon, which aired weekday mornings from 1988 to 2009 under the Nick Jr. name; and still survives today on Nickelodeon as a block known in promotions as Play Date, which has traditional commercial breaks and no common continuity between each series. Nick Jr. is aimed at 2-5 year olds, and features a mix of originally-produced programming, and series previously and concurrently aired on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block. It is the main competitor to Playhouse Disney in most countries and PBS Kids in the United States and Canada.

The network's logo has been adjusted as part of a brand unification effort which saw all four of the Nickelodeon networks take on a unified look. Although the former motif of using an orange 'adult' figure and blue 'child' was discontinued in the new text-only logo, the tradition of 'Nick' being orange (representing the adult) and 'Jr.' remaining in blue (as the child) was retained.

2、历史

★ As Noggin (1999–2009)

Nick Jr. was first launched as Noggin on February 2, 1999, as a joint venture between Viacom's Nickelodeon and the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop), but Sesame Workshop's interest was sold to Nickelodeon at some point in 2002. From 1999 to 2002, Noggin was targeted at preteens. Starting in 2002, it was targeted for preschoolers; the format was changed due to low ratings. Noggin's first mascot was "Feetface" from April 1, 2002 to April 7, 2003, followed by Moose and Zee since April 7, 2003. The network took its name from a slang term for "head" or, by extension, "brain," reflecting its original purpose as an educational channel. Until April 1, 2002, the network aired classic Sesame Workshop productions such as Play with Me Sesame, 3-2-1 Contact, Square One TV, Cro, and The Electric Company. As of September 10, 2007, Noggin no longer aired any show produced by Sesame Workshop (it has since premiered Pinky Dinky Doo, which is produced by Sesame Workshop, which debuted on September 8, 2008).

Noggin was a 24-hour channel until 2002, when Viacom decided to launch The N, which was formatted similarly to Nickelodeon's now-former TEENick block and later featured some recent family-oriented series that aired on Nick at Nite. The N was aimed at teens and had thought-provoking programming considered by many[by whom?] as too complex for Noggin's target pre- and elementary-school-age viewers. The N took up 12 hours of Noggin's programming space (operating in a similar manner as Nickelodeon and Nick at Nite) from 6 p.m.-6 a.m./ET seven nights a week. The fact that Noggin shared channel space with The N (now TeenNick) made it very similar to parent network Nickelodeon as it has shared channel space with another channel during the nighttime hours for most of its existence starting with Black Entertainment Television for the first couple of years on the air, then ARTS (Alpha Repertory Television Service, now A&E) and currently with Nick at Nite since 1985, which is commonly considered a nighttime program block on Nickelodeon.

In addition to classic episodes of Nickelodeon favorites such as Blue's Clues and Dora the Explorer, and original shows such as Oobi and Jack's Big Music Show, many preschool-oriented shows originating from non-U.S., English-speaking countries that would otherwise not likely be seen on American TV are shown. Some examples include Little Bear, Franklin from Canada and Tweenies, Connie the Cow, Tiny Planets, and 64 Zoo Lane from the UK. However, in 2008, this was being de-emphasized; Tweenies was permanently pulled from the schedule in January, and Tiny Planets was pulled in April 2006. Tiny Planets was previously shown intermittently — but not every day — 6 a.m. Eastern/5 a.m. Central, as Tweenies was for a year until it was pulled. Since July 2006 this is also being done with 64 Zoo Lane, suggesting that it too may disappear eventually (however, unlike the other two shows, they also sometimes are showing it at 7 a.m. Eastern/6 a.m. Central. However, they have also recently introduced The Upside Down Show, which is from Australia (though like the British Tiny Planets, has American origins via Sesame Workshop).

Technically, Noggin did not show commercials, but it did show ads between shows such as Connie the Cow's Milk Break, as well as other "tie-in" media such as a music video that tied in with the film Curious George, and spots for airings of shows on other channels within the Nick family. The channel's other revenues presumably[by whom?] come from fees paid by cable television distributors.

The network was also a launching point for the music videos of pop musician/children's performers like Laurie Berkner, Lisa Loeb and Dan Zanes, initially as filler between 23-minute-long shows run commercial-free, and (because of their success in that format) now as music video shows like Move to the Music. Also, when Sesame Workshop’s classic shows (such as The Electric Company) aired on Noggin, they had to be edited for running time. On December 31, 2007, Noggin's sister channel Nickelodeon Games and Sports ceased operations as a digital cable channel and The N was split into a separate channel taking over the former channel space of Nick GAS, which allowed Noggin to become a 24-hour channel again after spilting from The N. Noggin then became the second U.S. cable channel to offer a 24-hour schedule of shows aimed at preschoolers after PBS Kids Sprout, which launched in 2005. On February 2, 2009, the "Nick Jr. on Noggin" bumper was removed.

★ As Nick Jr. (2009–present)

In an attempt to extend the association of the Nickelodeon brand to two sister cable channels on February 24, 2009, it was announced that Nick Jr. would be taking over Noggin and Teen Nick taking over The N as the 24/7 channels. This is similar to how Nick Jr. launched its own channels in the UK on September 1, 1999 and in Australia on March 14, 2004. On February 24, 2009, it was announced that Noggin would be replaced by Nick Jr. and would become a 24/7 television channel.

Noggin relaunched as Nick Jr. on September 28, 2009 at 6:00 AM Eastern/5:00 AM Central. The new Nick Jr. network retains the Noggin mascots Moose A. Moose and Zee. Like Noggin, the network does not air commercials or marginalize closing credits for promotion of other shows.

As is common with newer networks which have taken another former network's channel slot, some guide providers have not updated their listings slot for Nick Jr. to the current logo and may display either the Noggin or The N logos, or both logos in the same image instead to denote Nick Jr.

A Spanish language version of the block debuted July 12, 2010, as part of the transformation of MTV tr3s into Tr3́s. As of 2010, "Tr3́s Jr." currently airs Spanish dubs of Blue's Clues and Wonder Pets.

3、Moose A. Moose Activities

In between shows, Moose A. Moose and Zee (in most activities), along with occasional one-time characters, appears between each program. Most activities have 3 parts (sometimes 2). If there are three, then there will be idents, promotions for programs on Nick Jr., or sometimes Nickelodeon, or even Nick at Nite. If there are two parts, there is a Nick Jr. Presents short (see List of programs broadcast by Nick Jr. (TV channel) or List of programs broadcast by Noggin (TV channel)). Here is the list of activities:

* The Seven Singing Sea Creatures—where Moose A. Moose and Zee try to find them by adding them.
* Zee's Smashed Potato With Gravy Dance—where Zee teaches Moose A. Moose and the viewers how to do the Smashed Potato with Gravy Dance.
* Puzzle Time: Rhyming Game—Moose A. Moose finds the matching rhyme. In the first part, the viewers have to choose from two different word cards. In the second part, the viewers have to choose from three different word cards.
* Puzzle Time: Memory Game—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers to find the matching cards. First, he asks what cards to find (e.g., pink flowers, blue planes, etc.). Then, Moose A. Moose tells the viewers that he's going to flip the cards. Then, he flips the cards and tells the viewers where to look. The viewers then make an incorrect guess. Then, the viewers find the matching cards.
* Painting Mistake—Moose A. Moose and Zee look at paintings. Then, they see Henrietta's painting. She says she needs yellow paint for the sun. Just as she finishes talking, Zee accendently spills over her yellow paint. Moose A. Moose tells if she is sad or not.
* Sea Counting—Moose and Zee count shells and then count an octopus's legs. They also do it backwards!
* Moose's Fix-It—Moose and Zee find different shapes to fix their friends' items such as a kite.
* Moose Beard the Pirate—Moose and Zee searches for the treasure of Moose Beard the Pirate.
* Shorter or Taller—Moose and Zee teaches who is taller or shorter than somebody else.
* Puzzle Time: Letter Finding Game—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers find the letters (Bb, Ee, Rr).
* Puzzle Time: Letter Sounds Game—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers spot anymore things that start with the letters (L, M, S)
* Bruce Pets A Puppy—Moose and his nephew Bruce ask The Panda Scout how to pet her Dog.
* Puzzle Time: Same or Different—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers play the game of same and different.
* Rhyme Time—Moose and Zee asks the viewers that they rhymes with words.
* Flower Dog's Magic Words—Moose and Zee ask Flower Dog how to say Please, Thank You, and Excuse Me.
* Story Time—Moose and Zee reads about the story of The Princess Picks a Pet.
* Little Letter Playground—Moose and Zee ask the viewers look for the little letters.
* Puzzle Time: Finding Hidden Shapes—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers find the hidden shapes include Octogons and Squares.
* Recycling with Sal The Sanitation Bear—Moose and Zee are recycling these things. But Moose A. Moose gets upset when he finds his Gnomes on Ice juice glass in the bag, and says he has not used it, and Zee grins at him. He says he'll put it in the Glass Bin, but Sal say's he will take it, and REUSE it instead of RECYCLE it...
* Frisco the Fireant's Birthday Party—Moose and Zee are on our way to Frisco's Birthday party with our inventations.
* Matching Zee's Rain Clothes—Moose A. Moose asks the viewers help Zee match the stuff as Zee's.
* Finding the Letter D Sound—Moose and Zee are in the jungle to search the Letter D Sound.
* The Eco Rangers—Moose and Zee teaches the viewers to turn anything off before we leave the house.
* Shapes in Space— Moose and Zee finds the shapes from the space.
* Counting the Ant's Picnic—Moose and Zee helps the viewers count the ant's picnic.
* Zee Rides a Train—Moose A. Moose asks viewers to help Zee build a train.
* Finding a Mole—Moose and Zee looks for a mole in a hole.
* Finding Bee's Flowers—Moose and Zee looks for Bee's colorful Flowers.

4、List of programs broadcast by Nick Jr.

●Current Programs
* The Backyardigans (2004-present)
* Blue's Clues (1999-present)
* Dino Dan (2010-present)
* Dora the Explorer (2003-present)
* Franklin (1999-present)
* The Fresh Beat Band (2010-present)
* Go, Diego, Go! (2006-present)
* Gullah Gullah Island (1999-2004, 2007-present)
* Jack's Big Music Show (2005-present)
* Little Bear (1999-present)
* Little Bill (2007-present)
* Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (2000-present)
* Max & Ruby (2004-present)
* Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (2004-present)
* Ni Hao, Kai-Lan (2008-present)
* Oobi (2003-present)
* Oswald (2003-present)
* Pinky Dinky Doo (2006-present)
* The Wonder Pets! (2006-present)
* Toot & Puddle (2008-present)
* The Upside Down Show (2006-present)
* Team Umizoomi (2010-present)
* Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (2006-present)
* Yo Gabba Gabba! (2008-present)

●Upcoming Programs
* Bubble Guppies (Fall 2010)

● Program Block
* ChickiePoo and Fluff: Barnyard Detectives
* Peppa Pig
* Bing Can Sing
* Pass the Pinaha
* Pocoyo
* Maya the Indian Princess
* Happy Holi, Maya
* The Olive Branch
* Chibila The Very Helpful Dragon
* Origami
* Lily in the City
* All Aboard

●Former Programs
* 123 Sesame Street Syndication Package
* 3-2-1 Contact (1999-2002) (one-time thing from now on)
* Allegra's Window (Ages 1-6) (now shown on some MTV Tr3́s affiliates (Ages 7+))
* Bill Nye the Science Guy (2000-2002) (one-time thing from now on)
* Bob the Builder (1999-2005) (now shown on PBS and PBS Kids Sprout and Kids Thirteen)
* Bruno (2005-2007) (currently shown on V-Me as Bruno & the Banana Bunch)
* The Busy World of Richard Scarry (2000-2003)
* Connie the Cow (2003-2007)
* Cro (1999-2002)
* The Cow Show (2003)
* Doug (1999-2002) (now show on KBEH and KMOH-TV)
* The Electric Company (1999-2005)
* Eureeka's Castle (1999-2004)
* Ghostwriter (1999-2002)
* Kipper the Dog (2001-2003) (now shown on PBS Kids Sprout)
* LazyTown (2004-2010)
* Maisy (2002-2007) (now shown on qubo)
* Miffy and Friends (2003-2007)
* Play with Me Sesame (2002-2007) (now shown on PBS Kids Sprout)
* Sesame Street Unpaved (1999-2002)
* Sponk! (2001-2002)
* Square One TV (1999-2002)
* Tiny Planets (2002-2006)
* Tweenies (2003-January 2007)
* Whoopi's Littleburg (2004)
* Nickelodeon's Wild Side Show (1999-2002)
* 64 Zoo Lane (2003-2010)

●Former Program Block (As Noggin)
* Amby & Dexter
* Abby's Friends"
* Joey's Lunch"
* Max and His Alphabet Adventures"
* Winky Love

●Current Blocks
* Art Alive
* Arts and Crafts
* Bedtime Business
* Critter Corner
* Field Trip
* Getting Going
* Let's Do Math!
* Move to the Music
* My Favorite Bedtime Story
* Show and Tell: Deko Boko Friends (one-time thing as of Fall 2010)
* Snack Time
* Story Time
* Zee's Bookshelf
* Zee's Garden

三、Cartoon Network

1、概述

Cartoon Network是由美国透纳广播公司(Turner Brocasting System;TBS)成立的一个专门播放动画节目的有线电视频道,后来随TBS一起併入时代华纳。于1992年10月1日(美国)、1993年9月17日(英国)、1997年9月1日(日本)开播。最新的Cartoon Network标誌,开始使用于2004年6月14日(北美)、2005年1月1日(拉丁美洲)、2005年4月11日(欧洲)。

Cartoon Network的中文名称,在中国大陆和香港不作翻译,台湾则译作卡通频道,又译卡通网络或卡通电视网。

Cartoon Network也用其他语言播放像西班牙语,葡萄牙语,荷兰语,法语,义大利语,波兰语,匈牙利语,罗马尼亚语,北印度语,乌都语(在巴基斯坦)等等。大部分在欧洲的Cartoon Network从英国播放,(包括英语作为其中一种传送声道)。大部份没有播放“华纳动画天地”的地方,如拉丁美洲及波兰,都在Cartoon Network上播放。

2、历史

★ 美国
在1980年代末,Ted Turner的有线电视组织取得了米高梅电影资料库(MGMFilm Library)(其中包含了华纳兄弟的早期动画),并且米高梅影片图书馆在其同集团的有线电视频道Turner Network Television得到收视户的支持。在1991年,其集团买下了动画制作公司Hanna-Barbera Productions,并取得了它的影片库。这时Cartoon Network(卡通频道)以作为Turner动画影片库的播放频道为目标,最初的节目是重播华纳兄弟和米高梅(MGM)的经典动画,剩下的时段以 Hanna-Barbera的电视动画来填补时间。在1996年,时代华纳(美国线上时代华纳集团)买下了Turner Broadcasting System,而且Cartoon Network受到集团连系的影响,现在可以直接收得从1950年代和1960年代以后的华纳兄弟动画,因此更多的片源可以播放。时代华纳改变 Hanna-Barbera Productions的制作方针, 及使工作室能专心一致地替Cartoon Network创作新元素,如妙妙卡通秀(之前译作卡通卡通)。现在所有的Cartoon Network制作已纳入Cartoon Network Studios。 这些改变使旧的Hanna-Barbera 动画从Cartoon Network的节目表消失, 使它们改到专门播放旧动画的Boomerang(Cartoon Network的姊妹频道)播映。在最近几年,Cartoon Network (卡通频道)尝试扩阔其观众层(原本只为幼童和小童)。 其下午三时左右的节目 Toonami 包括一些青少年为对像的再上映日本动画(anime), 而在深夜时段播放的Adult Swim则专门播放一些更加不雅,以青年及成人为对像的动画 (日本动画与美国喜剧如Futurama (TV series)|Futurama 及 Family Guy的结合).在2004年4月17日,Toonami 改在星期六黄昏播放,而原时段则播放Miguzi, 以更年幼的儿童为对像的美国、法国和日本动作电视动画。卡通频道亦尝试引进偶像卡通,如Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi(2004年),和制作成人卡通。在2004年6月,Cartoon Network(卡通频道)改革,更改其标?及口号为"This is Cartoon Network"。而在2004年10月,Cartoon Network(卡通频道)最终将乐一通秀(Looney Tones)及其他经典动画从节目表移除,使其节目表完全革新。 除了播放Tom & Jerry(译作汤姆猫与杰利鼠或汤姆与杰利,一套长时间为Turner Network 的重点节目,现在Turner Classic Movies和Boomerang是仅仅播放经典荷里活/好莱呜动画的最后二条频道。在欧洲Boomerang是Cartoon Network的其中一个播放时段而已, 由格林威治标准时间下午五时, 播放的都是经典动画;在香港、英国、巴西和拉丁美洲,Boomerang则是一条独立频道。
http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/

★ 英国及爱尔兰
最初在英国及爱尔兰,Cartoon Network 是与电影频道TNT使用同一条频道。 Cartoon Network 由清晨五时播放至傍晚七时, 而TNT则由傍晚七时至翌日清晨五时。星期日下午的节目 "Super Chunk", 由下午一时播放至下午三时,一连播放两小时;另外"The Longest Day"特备日,Cartoon Network 由1993年开始逄6月21日播放至晚上十一时,这个额外的时段供给播于较长的动画电影。

在1995年,Cartoon Network 开始每日播放至晚上九时,在1996年12月16日,变为二十四时频道,TNT也同样独立为二十四时频道。在某些频道供应商,仍提供TNT & Cartoon Network的频道。在1999年2月1日,推出"aka Cartoon Network", 由晚上七时放映至九时,以音乐节目主持人为主题的节目,主角为一套经典卡通角色 "Jackie Potato"。

一些经典动画会从Cartoon Network library选出播放(包括"Space Ghost Coast to Coast",另外一个节目"Cult Toons", 则播放重新编辑的Hanna-Barbera cartoon;而其中一些播放的节目更是美国"Adult Swim"节目系列的前身。

在2000年5月27日, Boomerang 正式于英国及爱尔兰播放,最初由6时播放至12时 而Cartoon Network的大部份经典动画也改在这新频道播放。不久之后,Boomerang改为24小时播放,所有Cartoon Network 的经典动画都改在新频道播放。在2000年9月,"Toonami"开始于平日下午四时至黄昏六时及晚上九时至十一时、周末上午十时至正午十二时及晚上十时及凌晨十二时播放。

"Dragonball Z"早于1999年在Cartoon Network播放,受到广大观众观迎, 是决定于英国播"Toonami"的原因之一。这时段主要播放日本动画,如"Dragonball Z","Tenchi Muyo",和"Gundam Wing",而非日本动画则包括美国制"The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest"和"Batman Beyond" (于英国称为"Batman of the Future")。 大约这个时间,Cartoon Network(卡通频道)完成改革其节目及其节目表。

Toonami & CNX 在2002年6月,"Toonami"从Cartoon Network UK 消失,同年10月,一条名为"CNX"的新频道启播。这条新频道的定位是播放有活力的动画,包括动作、历险和日本动画("triple-A mix of Action, Adventure, and Anime.")。所有美国及日本动画也在上午六时至凌晨十二时以"Toonami"时段于"CNX"播放;而在晚上,则播放美国动作片集,如"The Shield",历险节目如"Spawn",艺术电影及惊险体育节目。在2003年,晚上九时至十时播放Cartoon Network 制作的喜剧如"Aqua Teen Hunger Force"及"Space Ghost Coast to Coast", 而惊险体育节目及电影则搬往晚上十时至凌晨2时;剩下时段则回复播放"Toonami"节目,播映以前的经典片集和一系列新片集。

于2003年9 月,"CNX"结束播放,该频道改革为"Toonami",与Cartoon Network 及Boomerang24小时播放。在2005年4月11日,六个月前于美国更换的新标?在英国频道使用。 动画片段也更换至与美国一样,拥有一个共同的版面,和多个角色(多与即将放映的节目有关)参与。 这些预告片段取代了2003年开始用的那一些,真实片段在新片段亦有使用。

★ 日本
在日本,伊藤忠商事与时代华纳认为是成立了「Japan Warner Entainment」的较好时机,于是在1997年9月1日开始在Perfect TV!(现在的SKY PerfecTV!)开始播放,播放频道为频道274。除此之外,也可在一部份的有线电视网络和SKY PerfecTV!110的频道331(2005年8月31日开始改为频道203播放)收看。独放订购的月费为315日圆,也与其垈主要频道包含在基本套餐之中。在那时的日本,已有播放日本动画"anime"的频道和幼童节目(kids station)、家庭节目的存在,还有最近的电视剧与时代剧,以幼童为对像的教育节目等和综合频道,但是24小时专门播放日本动画"anime"的频道,Cartoon Network则是第一个。在日本的Cartoon Network,除了播放自制节目,还会放映其他西方节目如查理布朗与史努比(The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show)和"Clifford the Big Red Dog"等。所有的非日语节目,均配有原英语声带及日语字幕。Cartoon Network Japan 已经成为唯一于日本放映其合制节目"The Big O"第二节的频道。

★ 香港及东南亚
Cartoon Network(卡通频道) 已在1990年代初于亚洲收费电视出现。亚洲国家播映的Cartoon Network大部份都是同一条频道,也就是说在日本、菲律宾和印度等国家以外的亚洲国家如香港、新加坡、马来西亚、泰国,印尼、文莱,看到的节目都是同时间播出。Cartoon Network Asia 的总部则位于香港。与美国本土的Cartoon Network不一样,并没有播放"the Adult Swim"的环节,只播放"the Miguzi"和"Tickle U"环节。 此频道于深夜播放Boomerang环节,因为某些地区于香港,已提供Boomerang频道。另外,经典华纳动画和MGM动画也于平日日间定期播放, 且有播放"the Miguzi"环节如"Teen Titans" (少年悍将,此节目也属于"the Toonami" 环节,但只限于"Teen Titans")。虽然并没有"Tickle U"环节,但却有类似的"Tiny TV"时段。与"Tickle U"环节不同的是,这时段基本播放"Hanna Barbera"和华纳兄弟的教育节目或非教育动画,如"The Flintstone kids"和"Baby Looney Toons"。 Boomerang于2005年9月1日于香港首播。
http://www.cartoonnetworkhq.net/

★ 其他
Cartoon Network也用其他语言播放像日语,西班牙语,葡萄牙语,荷兰语,法语,意大利语,波兰语,匈牙利语,罗马尼亚语,北印度语,乌都语(在巴基斯坦)等等。大部分在欧洲的Cartoon Network从英国播放,(包括英语作为其中一种传送声道)。大部份没有播放"华纳动画天地"的地方,如拉丁美洲及波兰,都在Cartoon Network上播放。

3、特别节目时段

Miguzi
Miguzi是由2004年4月19日开始在美国东岸时间晚上五时至七时在Cartoon Network美国版本上播放的节目,这个时段的主角是"Erin",一个女孩在一苹奇怪而被困在海底与海底生物同住的太空船边绿寻找庇护。这一套动作卡通很自然是"Williams Street Productions"的作品,也是深夜节目时段"Adult Swim"和"Toonami"的制作者(Toonami是被Miguzi取代每天下午时段之前的环节)。

4、部分曾播过的动画
露露 the little lulu show
蓝精灵 the Smurfs
鸡与牛 Cow and Chicken
瑜珈熊 Hey There, Is Yogi Bear
叔比狗 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
少年骇客 Ben 10
无敌神猫 Top Cat
摩登大圣 The Mask
外星宝贝 Pet Alien
杰森一家 The Jetsons
怪车大赛 Wacky Races
少年悍将 Teen Titans
我是威索 I Am Weasel
英勇强尼 Johnny Bravo
杰克武士 Samurai Jack
两只笨狗 2 Stupid Dogs
正义联盟 Justice League
坏蛋康卡 Evil Con Carne
决战少林 Xiaolin Showdown
阿达一族 The Addams Family
捣蛋三傻 Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy
太空大侠 Space Ghost Coast to Coast
魔法少女 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
原子蚂蚁 The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show
亲亲麻吉 Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
爱酷一族 The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
海底小精灵 Snorks
魔法俏佳人 Winx Club
疯狂夏令营 Camp Lazlo
酷松鼠洛德 Squirrel Boy
摩登原始人 The Flintstones
飞天小女警 The Powerpuff Girls
捉鬼特工队 Extreme Ghostbusters
小孩大联盟 Codename Kids Next Door
胆小狗英雄 Courage The Cowardly Dog
霹雳特警猫 Swat Kats The Radical Squadron
乔尼大冒险 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
小小摩登原始人 The Flinstone Kids
小小汤姆与杰利 Tom and Jerry Kids Show
我的麻吉是猴子 My Gym Partner's a Monkey
德克斯特的实验室 Dexter's Laboratory
超人律师哈维博德曼 Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
蝙蝠侠 The Batman
穴居人船长 Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
地球超人 Captain Planet And The Planeteers
超级战队 Challenge Of The Superfriends
神勇小白鼠 Danger Mouse
飞行大竞赛 Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines
酗酒乌鸦 The Drinky Crow Show
菲利克斯猫 Felix the Cat
飞出个未来 Futurama
森林之王 George of the Jungle
地狱男孩 Hellboy
超级英雄军团 Legion of Super Heroes
华纳乐一通 Looney Tunes
幸运的卢克 Lucky Luke
魔鬼的女儿露西 Lucy: The Daughter Of The Devil
摩登大圣 The Mask
黑衣人 Men in Black
我的麻吉是猴子 My Gym Partner's a Monkey
粉红猪小妹 Peppa Pig
粉红豹 Pink Panther
两只老鼠打天下 Pinky And The Brain
大力水手 Popeye
机器鸡 Robot Chicken
史酷比 Scooby Doo
蜘蛛侠 Spider-Man
鱿鱼仔的乡土生活 Squidbillies
星球大战 Star Wars Clone Wars
静电侠 Static Shock
超人 Superman
霹雳猫 Thundercats
猫和老鼠 Tom and Jerry
变形金刚 Transformers Animated
X战警 X-Men

英文介绍:

★Cartoon Network
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cartoon_Network

Cartoon Network (abbreviated CN, corporately known as The Cartoon Network, Inc.) is an American cable television network created by Turner Broadcasting which primarily shows animated programming.

Cartoon Network originally served as a 24-hour outlet for classic animation properties from the Turner Broadcasting libraries and is mainly youth-oriented, but shares channel space with a late-night adult-oriented channel programming block called Adult Swim. Since 2003, Cartoon Network began airing a small amount of live-action programming, specifically movies from Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema, both of which are also owned by Time Warner. Cartoon Network has become a channel for only cartoons and over the succeeding years it has become more aggressive in some of its live-action development.

★List of programs broadcast by Cartoon Network
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programs_broadcast_by_Cartoon_Network

Current Programs

This is a list of current shows on Cartoon Network, along with the rating for the show and the year the show premiered on Cartoon Network. (HD) denotes shows broadcasting in HD on Cartoon Network HD and not stretched to fit the 16x9 aspect ratio.
Show
*Adventure Time TV-PG (2010)
*Bakugan: Battle Brawlers TV-Y7-FV (2009, ends December 31, 2010)
*Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders TV-Y7-FV (2010)
*Batman: The Brave and the Bold TV-Y7 (2008)
*Ben 10 TV-Y7-FV (2005)
*Ben 10: Ultimate Alien TV-Y7-FV (2010)
*Beyblade: Metal Fusion TV-Y7-FV (2010)
*Camp Lazlo TV-Y7 (2005)
*Chowder TV-Y7-FV (2007)
*Codename: Kids Next Door TV-Y7 (2002)
*Courage the Cowardly Dog TV-Y7 (1999)
*Ed, Edd n Eddy TV-Y7 (1999)
*Destroy Build Destroy TV-PG (2009)
*Dude, What Would Happen TV-PG (2009)
*The Garfield Show TV-Y7 (2009)
*Generator Rex TV-PG-V (2010)
*The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy TV-Y7 (2003)
*Hole in the Wall TV-G (2010)
*Johnny Test TV-Y7 (2008)
*MAD TV-PG (2010)
*My Gym Partner's a Monkey TV-Y7 (2005)
*Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Galactic Battles TV-Y7-FV (2009)
*Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Sinnoh League Victors TV-Y7-FV (2010)
*Regular Show TV-PG (2010)
*Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated TV-Y7-FV (2010)
*Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV-PG-V (2008)
*The Superhero Squad Show (2009)
*Sym-Bionic Titan (2010)
*Teen Titans TV-Y7-FV (2003, ends December 31, 2010)
*Tom & Jerry TV-G (1992)
*Total Drama Island TV-PG (D) (2008)
*Total Drama World Tour TV-PG (D) (2010)
*Totally Spies! TV-Y7-FV (2003)
*Unnatural History TV-PG (2010)

四、Disney Channel
http://home.disney.go.com/tv/

迪士尼频道于1983年4月18日早上七时开始播放,以经典迪士尼短篇卡通为特色,早期的节目包括《早安!米奇》(Good Morning, Mickey!)、《唐老鸭》(Donald Duck Presents)、游戏节目《Contraption》、《小飞象的马戏团》(Dumbo's Circus)、《You and Me Kid》,和《欢迎光临小熊维尼乐园》(Welcome to Pooh Corner)。夜间有电视系列剧《The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet》。

在国内,《小小爱因斯坦》、《米奇妙妙屋》、《小熊维尼和跳跳虎》等动画片,已成为幼儿最喜欢的益智教育产品。

1、概述

迪士尼频道建立于1983年,下属于迪士尼公司,创立之初为付费频道,主要播出迪士尼公司自主制作的动画片、系列剧、原创电影等,进入上世纪90年代之后,改为基本有线频道,经过20多年的发展,特别是2000年以来多部优秀出品的电视剧集、卡通片、原创电影,使其成为美国三个重要的青少频道之一。近年来迪士尼频道培养了大量的少年娱乐明星。

2、历史

★ 成立初期

迪士尼频道于美东时间1983年4月18日早上七时开播,以经典迪士尼短篇卡通为特色,早期的节目包括《早安!米奇》(Good Morning, Mickey!)、《唐老鸭》(Donald Duck Presents)、游戏节目《Contraption》、《小飞象的马戏团》(Dumbo's Circus)、《You and Me Kid》,和《欢迎光临小熊维尼乐园》(Welcome to Pooh Corner)。夜间有电视系列剧《The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet》。

★ 海外扩张
1990年代上半期,华特迪士尼公司派遣高阶主管来台湾,与包括和信企业团在内的台湾几家有成立有线电视频道商的大型财团接洽,希望以有线电视产业蓬勃发展的台湾作为迪士尼频道第一个海外市场。最后,华特迪士尼公司选择了中国国民党党营的博新多媒体作为迪士尼频道在台湾的合作对象,博新成为迪士尼频道亚洲版第一届台湾总代理。1995年3月底,迪士尼频道亚洲版在台湾开播,是全球第一个以中英双语播出的迪士尼频道,台湾正式成为迪士尼频道第一个海外市场。1996年,博新第一届副总经理盛建南提起这段往事时笑说,也许中国国民党与华特迪士尼公司均具有的“死要面子”特性正是博新赢得合约的最佳利器。迪士尼频道亚洲版开播初期,以迪士尼频道美国版的四分之一节目加上华特迪士尼公司旗下各家电影公司与电视网的影片,以10小时的节目时间作24小时全天候播出,当时已有60%的节目有中文配音。

★ 变化
1998年,迪士尼频道换上全新的面貌,舍弃在名称中的冠词“The”,并将该电视网分割成三个节目区块:“Playhouse Disney”,是一个针对学龄前儿童的节目区块;“Vault Disney”,是以迪士尼秀和电影为主的节目区块,是频道中最具特色的节目区块;以及“Zoog Disney”,以15岁以下儿童和青少年为主要收视目标。“Zoog Disney”让观众透过网络与电视频道互动,提供互动游戏,并能够在电视上看到自己的名字。该节目区块也以拟人化的角色“Zoogs”为特色。迪士尼频道也开始在休息时间播放广告(非商业性广告,而是该频道的节目预告)。

★ 新形象
1997年1 月,当迪士尼频道从付费电视转入基本频道时,大部分的规划都发生了转变。“Zoogs”有了重新设计的形象,电视台的标志(在30年代时期是米老鼠站于一台黑色的米老鼠耳朵形的电视上)也根据1997年一项提议发生了变化,以代表“Zoog Disney”的形象。

从2001年至2002年,一些节目如《Even Stevens》、《麻辣女孩》等受到欢迎。 《莉琪的异想世界》成为该频道的招牌节目,同时还是该频道评价最高的节目。《莉琪的异想世界》重播数次收视率依然能超越竞争节目,包括迪士尼频道自己的节目。于是2002年9月“Vault Disney”和所有其他迪士尼经典的节目的中止播出。在同一月迪士尼频道也将它的标志换为现在的标志。

★ 目前情况
该频道因迪士尼原创电视系列剧(Disney Channel Original Series)而在最近几年广为人知。今日的迪士尼频道播放了许多原创节目,例如《天才魔女》,该节目一直都是网络上票选最高的原创电视系列剧节目,击败了前任冠军《Lizzie的天空》。《天才魔女》(That' so Raven)成为历史上第一个超越65集的纪录而达到100集的迪士尼频道电视系列剧。其他迪士尼的热门节目包括《未来少年菲尔》(Phil of the Future)、《小查与寇弟的顶级生活》(The Suite Life of Zack and Cody)以及《麻辣女孩》(Kim Possible)等。其他在迪士尼频道播放的节目有:《变身国王上学记》(The Emperor's New School)、《荣耀家族》(The Proud Family)、《小布与伟仔》(Brandy & Mr. Whiskers)、《美国龙:杰克龙》(American Dragon: Jake Long)、《飞天玛姬》(The Buzz on Maggie)、《扮嘢小魔星》(Lilo and Stitch: The Series)、《孟汉娜》(Hannah Montana)、《替身计划》(The Replacements)《柯瑞当家》(Cory In the House)、《飞哥与小佛》(Phineas and Ferb)、《少年魔法师》(Wizards of Waverly Place)等。孟汉娜是2006年迪士尼频道最成功的女主角,在“女主角之夜”中来了540万的收视佳绩。

今日迪士尼频道的大多数节目并没有大量的强调迪士尼的“经典”角色,例如米老鼠、唐老鸭、 布鲁托和高飞。这些经典角色按时机出现,特别是在一些节日的电影里,像是《Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas》,也在《米老鼠群星会》(House of Mouse)中演出,该片曾在每周末下午在该频道播出。

3、节目内容
由华特迪士尼电视(Walt Disney Television)以及其他非隶属华特迪士尼公司旗下的制作公司所制作的电视节目,曾经一度占据节目表的大部分。但随着迪士尼频道原创系列的快速成长,这类的节目已经越来越少。截至2006年2月,此类节目只有《Sister, Sister》和《Boy Meets World》仍在迪士尼频道(不包括 Playhouse)播放。

由于有 Playhouse Disney,学前节目仍然是迪士尼频道早间节目表中的一部分。迪士尼频道有时也会因较差的节目品质,以及明显的对其他频道现场直播节目的改动和遮罩而被指责。

迪士尼也完全拒绝播放一些非本公司制作的节目中有关成人内容的剧集,例如《Boy Meets World》。该电视系列剧有至少五集从迪士尼频道的播放中被略过。第五集“如果你不能和你爱的人在一起……”便是一个的例子。而对酗酒的描写是被禁播的可能原因。

2006年9月,迪士尼将会在秋季同步推出两部剧集《Even Stevens》和《莉琪的异想世界》。这两部剧集将由承担华特迪士尼和试金石电视制作公司(Touchstone Televesion)全部剧集发售的博伟电视公司(Buena Vista Television)发售。

★ 拯救迪士尼秀的宣传活动
迪士尼频道在过去十年中的成功也伴随着开支的困扰。其大多数极受欢迎的节目一旦达到65集的上限都被迫停止(例如《莉琪的异想世界》就在第65集终止,尽管在那时它仍是收视率最高的节目)。一直以来,主要通过网络留言板和讨论板进行着一项旨在保护那些在巅峰期就取消的节目的运动。近期的例子有“拯救飞尔”(Save Phil)或称“Save POTF”计划,目的在于让《未来小子》(Phil of the Future)这部迪士尼频道最高收视率之一的节目复活。这部节目在第43集终止播放。具体活动日期在活动的几个星期前就已经决定。而在活动的当天,观众们纷纷通过电话、传真,甚至呼喊的方式传递讯息。最后一次的“拯救飞尔”日在2006年的五月22日。事实证明这些活动极其成功的挽救了那些本来会被取消的既受欢迎的节目。

约2003年时,迪士尼频道随即开放双语服务,但因为并非于节目告知,只能以网站查看或著尝试使用遥控器调整得知。 约2007年6月后,迪士尼在晚间的《孟汉娜》、《小查与寇弟的顶级生活》等节目加放“英文版-原音重现”,节目中将会 播放原音(英文),并有中文字幕。

4、电影
迪士尼频道每天晚上都会播放两部电影,但不是像在影院首映那样的电影,迪士尼频道播放新的电视电影,称为“迪士尼频道原创电影”(Disney Channel Original Movie,缩写为DCOM),每年大约会播放六至八部这样的电影。约在2000年,迪士尼频道宣布将每月拍摄一部新片,但是这个计划只维持了一年。
2007年,电影《Jump In!》超越了《The Cheetah Girls 2》,以820万的观众人数成为首播时观看人数最多的DCOM,其电影原声专辑在2007年1月2日出版。不过就流行程度和获奖情况来说, 《歌舞青春》仍是最成功的DCOM,其续集《歌舞青春2》更是创造了1720万观众观看的纪录,这个纪录一直保持到2007年12月3日,后由ESPN在直播由新英格兰爱国者队与巴尔的摩乌鸦队之间的周一晚间捧球赛时的1750万观众所打破。此外,The Cheetah Girls系列影片也相当的成功,出售了大量的相关产品,并出版了电影原声专辑,举办了巡回演出。

迪士尼偶尔会买断一些非迪士尼工作室制作的影片的电视放映权,包括以下影片:华纳兄弟的电影《哈利·波特与魔法石》(以及其续集《哈利·波特与阿兹卡班的囚徒》和《哈利·波特与密室》)以及《The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants》;环球影业的影片《Beethoven》;Columbia-TriStar制作的影片《精灵鼠小弟》,以及由其制作而由Samuel Goldwyn Films电影公司拥有的影片《小秘密》;此外还有一部圣诞主题电影《极地特快》

在20世纪的80年代和90年代,迪士尼频道的晚间和凌晨节目几乎全是播放电影。迪士尼频道现在大约每周只播放12小时的电影节目,偶尔14或15小时。一部迪士尼频道的原创电影首映大约会在周五晚上放映两次。大多数在迪士尼频道播放的电影一般在 1小时35分钟到1小时45分钟之间。

因此迪士尼的播放计划如下:
如果电影长度在1:25~1:35之间,将放映原创连续剧(迪士尼习惯放映系列剧)
如果电影长度在1:40~1:45之间,将放映原创连续动画
如果电影长度在1:50~1:55之间,将放映一到两个音乐电视并播放迪士尼频道的广告

5、迪士尼频道播出国家
美洲
美国
欧洲
英国
非洲
亚洲
台湾
新加坡
马来西亚
香港
日本
澳大利亚和新西兰
斯堪的那维亚
拉丁美洲和加勒比
中东

6、迪士尼频道官方网站
迪士尼频道的官方网站主要包括以下内容:
●节目介绍、下载,和其他附加内容
●基于节目内容的游戏
●影片:播放完整的迪士尼频道电视系列剧,编辑播放清单并为你最喜欢的节目投票
●搜集数位元交换卡片

7、Circle of Stars:
迪士尼频道“Circle of Stars”是一个音乐性团体,由迪士尼频道的男演员和女演员所组成。他们为音乐录像带表演属于自己版本的迪士尼经典歌曲“A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes”和“Circle of Life”,并在迪士尼频道上播放。也分别地在《仙履奇缘》和《狮子王2》的双碟装特别版DVD里演出。

英文介绍:

★Disney Channel
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Channel

Disney Channel is an American basic cable and satellite television network, with its headquarters located on West Alameda Ave. in Burbank, California. The channel is owned by the Disney-ABC Television Group division of The Walt Disney Company under Disney-ABC Television Group President Anne Sweeney. Disney Channels Worldwide is a global portfolio of more than 90 kid-driven, family inclusive entertainment channels and/or channel feeds available in over 160 countries and 30 languages. The platform brands are Disney Channel, Disney XD, Playhouse Disney, Disney Cinemagic, Hungama TV and Radio Disney. Disney Channels Worldwide is currently run by President Carolina Lightcap.

The channel specializes in programming for children through original series and movies, as well as third-party programming. It is marketed to mostly children ages 6–14, with the exception of their weekend primetime block that is aimed at pre-teens and teenagers ages 9–15, and the Playhouse Disney programming block that is aimed at children ages 2–5; however, in recent years the diversity of viewers has increased with an older audience, typically teenagers and young families.

★List of programs broadcast by Disney Channel
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programs_broadcast_by_Disney_Channel

Current programming:

●Disney Channel original programs
* Hannah Montana (2006-2011)
* Wizards of Waverly Place (2007-present)
* Phineas and Ferb (2007-present)
* The Suite Life on Deck (2008-present)
* Sonny With a Chance (2009-present)
* Jonas LA (2009-present)
* Good Luck Charlie (2010-present)
* Fish Hooks (2010-present)

●Playhouse Disney original programs
* Handy Manny (2006-present)
* Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006-present)
* Imagination Movers (2008-present)
* Jungle Junction (2009-present)
* My Friends Tigger and Pooh (2007-2010)
* Special Agent Oso (2009-present)
* Chuggington (2010-present)

●Disney Channel/Playhouse Disney short series
* Cars Toons (2008-present)
* Disney Channel's 3 Minute Game Show (2007-present)
* Express Yourself (2001-present)
* Leo Little's Big Show (2009-present)
* Disney's Movie Surfers (1998-present)
* Shaun the Sheep (2007-present)
* What a Life International! (2009-present)
* Have a Laugh! (2009-present)
* A Very Little Friends! (2010-present)
* TTI (The Time I...) (2010)

●Playhouse Disney short series
* Chuggington (2009-present)
* Happy Monster Band (2007-present)
* Shanna's Show (2003-present)
* Tasty Time With ZeFronk (2008-present)
* Handy Manny's School for Tools (2010-present)
* Dance-A-Lot Robot (2010-present)

●Disney Channel original series
* American Dragon:Jake Long (2005-2007 in first-run, 2005-present in reruns)
* Brandy and Mr. Whiskers (2004-2006 in first-run, 2004-present in reruns)
* Cory in the House (2007-2008 in first-run, 2007-present in reruns)
* Dave the Barbarian (2004-2005 in first-run, 2004-present in reruns)
* Kim Possible (2002-2007 in first-run, 2002-present in reruns)
* The Emperor's New School (2006-2008 in first-run, 2006-present in reruns)
* The Proud Family (2001-2005 in first-run, 2001-present in reruns)
* The Replacements (2006-2009 in first-run, 2006-present in reruns)
* The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (2005-2008 in first-run, 2005-present in reruns)
* Lilo and Stitch: The Series (2003-2006 in first-run, 2003-present in reruns)
* That's So Raven (2003-2007 in first-run, 2003-present in reruns)

●Playhouse Disney original series
* Charlie and Lola (2006-2009 in first-run, 2006-present in reruns)
* Little Einsteins (2005-2009 in first-run, 2005-present in reruns)

●Syndicated reruns
* The Little Mermaid (1992-1994 in first-run, 1992-present in reruns)
* Recess (1997-2001 in first-run, 2002-2004 and 2008-present in reruns)

●Disney Channel Short Shows
* As the Bell Rings (2007–2009 in first-run, 2007-2009)
* Brian O'Brian (2008-2009 in first-run, 2008-2010)

●Disney Channel original series
* Shake It Up! (November 7, 2010)
* Wiggalo (March 5, 2011)

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