Since launching in 1987, Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards have staked their claim as the "fun" awards, where stars ambush each other with emerald slime. But the KCAs are anything but funny business.
Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards get talked up a lot as a vehicle for reaching children, but before becoming a sponsor this year, mega-retailer Wal-Mart did its share of homework.
Who says nobody stays home to watch TV on Saturday night? Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards has proven otherwise for the past 19 years.
More than 200 million households worldwide watch the Kids' Choice Awards -- and that's just the U.S. version. Seven years ago, Nickelodeon began taking the KCAs on the road, engineering foreign…
They're called the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, but plenty of adults have enjoyed the kiddocast through its 20-year history. Enjoy these highlights -- and don't let the slime hit you on the way…
Move over, baby boomers. Tweens are where it's at. According to industry sources, there are approximately 25 million tweens -- kids between the ages of 7 and 14 -- in the United States who spend $50…
While the Olsens and Hilary Duff helm multimillion-dollar lifestyle empires, other tween icons are working hard to build their brands through licensing agreements and by shilling for fashion and…
The company that put a stake in the heart of the album is trying to resuscitate it. Apple unveiled an unusual promotion on its iTunes store Thursday that gives users an incentive to purchase an…
Soon your kids will be able to watch Nickelodeon while you drive. DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group on Thursday announced limited satellite television service for its 2008 Dodge and Chrysler…
Leading U.K. distributor Granada International has concluded a deal with Japanese video-on-demand company, Gakken Index Corporation, to run a branded IPTV service.
The BBC is jumping onboard the mobile TV bandwagon. It announced Thursday at the Broadcast Mobile TV Congress that it will trial streaming a range of TV channels via 3G with U.K. mobile phone…