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Nickelodeon heads to the Ukraine
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Nickelodeon heads to the Ukraine


Nickelodeon heads to the Ukraine

After years of waiting, cartoon fans in the Ukraine are going to receive a very special holiday-timed gift this year! Nickelodeon will be launching its very first branded block with local broadcaster StarLightMedia Group, bringing tons of Nick fun to the Ukrainian audience. We’re talking about going from zero Nick toons to over 800 episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants, the Penguins of Madagascar, Rugrats, Avatar, and more!! The cartoons will air every day on QTV, and all weekend long on STB. Talk about a perfect present!

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