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2014 Kid’s Choice Awards: Lost Remote’s live blog

Screen Shot 2014-03-29 at 7.53.04 PMWant to learn about the future of social TV? Come learn about the future generation of social TV users during tonight’s Kid’s Choice Awards on Nickelodeon that just began. There are some extremely interesting digital integrations and second screen experiences as Mark Wahlberg begins his hosting duties. You can also watch a backstage livestream at Nick.com and follow @NickelodeonTV. Read more

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An inside look: Nickelodeon’s new iPad app rises to the top of iTunes

You can officially get slimed…on the second screen. Nickelodeon‘s new iPad app, “Nick App” (available for iPad here), hit iTunes on Thursday and has already risen to the number two spot in the U.S. for free apps. The new app is a game changer in the kid’s TV world as younger demographics can’t understand why old media isn’t touchable.  We spoke with Nick Digital Senior Vice President Matthew Evans about the big launch.

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Why is SpongeBob is so popular on social? Nickelodeon talks about social TV strategy

Ever glance at the social TV charts and notice how Spongebob is consistently at the top at different parts of the day? Nickelodeon's powerful pineapple under the sea has also created a passionate fan culture. The Viacom owned kids-focused TV network has an extremely diverse group of content that's adored on linear and social by both their key demos and older ones that can't stop talking.

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