Not Kidding Around

June 2011
Multichannel News;6/13/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p8
An interview with corporate president Cyma Zarghami of Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids & Family Group is presented. When asked about the influence of Nickelodeon in the kid space, she said that they worked hard to maintain their leadership position in children's television programs. She also details the new content for the 24-hour channel Nick Jr. Zarghami has admitted trying to branch out in their television shows in order to stay relevant.


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