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Nickelodeon Promotes Audrey Diehl to VP, Animation Development

Audrey Diehl is promoted to Vice President of Animation Development for Nickelodeon Group, where she will provide creative guidance on development materials for the network’s new animated shows.

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Nickelodeon Announces 2014 Global Animated Shorts Program

Nickelodeon announces a call for submissions for its 2014 global Animated Shorts Program, designed to identify and develop new animation talent and provide a platform for new content for kids. 

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Kidscreen Summit Unveils Headline Speakers

Speakers at the 2014 Kidscreen Summit are announced, including Nickelodeon President of Content Development & Production Russell Hicks and DreamWorks Animation’s Head of Television Marjorie Cohn.

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Nickelodeon Teams with USPS for 'SpongeBob MailPants'

Nickelodeon and the United States Postal Service team up for “Spongebob Mailpants” letter writing program; 30 custom-wrapped SpongeBob Mailboxes placed in 13 cities nationwide as program rolls out in 25,000 post office locations.

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Nickelodeon Launches Global Animated Shorts Program

Nickelodeon launches its first-ever global animated shorts program to identify and develop new animation creative talent from around the world, receiving over 100 submissions from artists, designers, writers, directors and comedians representing more than 20 countries across six continents at this year’s Annecy International Film Festival.

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Nickelodeon Leads Daytime Emmy Animation Nominations

Nickelodeon leads the pack in the Children’s Animated Program race, with four out of five nominated series -- “Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness,” “Penguins of Madagascar,” “Robot and Monster,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” -- up against PBS’ “Wordgirl.”

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Nickelodeon Undergoes Executive Shakeup

Nickelodeon’s New York-based president of content development Marjorie Cohn leaves the kids’ entertainment network after serving 26 years with the company, and Alison Dexter‘s EVP of productions position is eliminated amid ongoing realignment.