The Cyberslandian version of Nickelodeon was launched in 1994 by MTV Networks Cybersland, a Viacom company. It is available in both Cyberslands.

It was the first channel in both Cyberslands to have two soundtracks: English and Polish.


Nickelodeon Logo

The channel launched on satellite (as part of Orbit Satellite's Orbitland package) on July 9th, 1994, originally airing for 12 hours showing both cartoons and live action series. Off air the channel would air a block of classic shows called Nick at Nite. Live presentation followed in 1994, branded as Nick it up!. From October 1995 it aired call-in programs hosted by people like Smackaloif Dingadoo and Dr. Drachir Nabana who got called by kids to request shows in the night hours under the "Children's Requests" branding. When Orbit Cable launched in 1998, Nickelodeon was in the original channel line-up on the 23XI cable transponder, and the channel's was aired for 24 hours on both satellite and cable, causing Nick at Nite to be spun-off into its own channel (which was really pointless, since the name remained as "Nick at Nite") on digital cable and satellite systems. However, analogue antenna services continued to shut down Nickelodeon at 7 p.m. each day until the channel finally became a 24 hour service on antenna services in 2005, causing Nick at Nite to become a 24 hour network on antenna services as well. Later, additional channels were added such as Nick Jr. and Nicktoons.

The programs included:


Nickelodeon 2009

New programs were added:

2014-present (alternate logo)

Nickelodeon 2010
As part of Nickelodeon's rebranding. Nick in the Cyberslands began to have the logo colored in either orange or blue. The branding is the same as ANT1's 2013 branding, but with the Greek text in English and the Nickelodeon logo replacing the ANT1 logo.

Viacom Media Networks Cyberslands
MTV | VH1 | Nickelodeon | Paramount Channel | Nick Jr. | Nick Jr. 2 | Nicktoons | Paramount Comedy | BabyFirstTV1 | Kindernet

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