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Nick launches website

Children’s channel Nick has launched its website The website has been designed in a way that children can easily navigate through it.

Nina Elavia Jaipuria, VP and GM, Nick India, said, “Like all our programming, we have put in immense care and research to make sure that all the content on the website is safe for kids. We feel that the website acts as a brand extension for the channel and helps us connect with our audience on a personal note.”

With an approach that puts ‘kids first’, the site ensures that all the content provides respectful, non-violent, empowering, multi-genre entertainment for children.

The site will provide children with features like games, fun videos, and also allow them to participate in various contests online.


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