Thursday, October 03, 2013

Nickelodeon Spain To Premiere Brand New Episodes Of "Big Time Rush" From Monday 21st October 2013

Nickelodeon Spain has announced in the 'Noticias'/'News' section on their official website,, the exciting Nickelodeon Europe news that Nick Spain (also known as Nickelodeon Espana) will start to premiere and show more brand new episodes from the third season of the Nickelodeon's live action hit musical series "Big Time Rush" from Monday 21st October 2013 at 9.35pm, including the brand new BTR episodes "Big Time Gold" and "Big Time Bloopers"! To celebrate Nick Espana has unveiled a all-new online streaming video clip featuring a special preview of the brand new episodes, which Spanish Nickheads can watch here on!:

Ni se te ocurra hacer planes para el día 21 de Octubre porque tienes una cita @21.35h con los chicos más guaperas de la televisión. Llegan los nuevos episodios de Big Time Rush repletos de amor, música y enredos.

Una vez más los chavales tendrán que armarse de paciencia para soportar a las 'Jennifers', el otro grupo de música formado por unas integrantes muy guapas, pero también ¡muy plastas! La guerra entre los dos bandos es ya todo un clásico y parece no tener solución. Pero no sufras porque en la serie Big Time Rush no falta el toque romántico que, combinado con las notas musicales adecuadas, darán lugar a fantásticas historias repletas de diversión.

Eso es lo que ocurre cuando Kendall le compra un collar a Jo para sellar su compromiso pero Camille piensa que es un regalo de Logan para ella… ¡Y encima acaban de volver! ¡Menudo follón!

Aquí tenéis un pequeño adelanto de lo que vereis muy muy pronto.

Los chicos tendrán que recurrir a toda su imaginación cuando una de las cintas de su próximo programa se destruya por error. ¿Cómo van a salir de ésta? ¿Es un programa de tomas falsas la mejor solución? ¡En octubre podrás saber en qué acaba todo esto!

¡No te pierdas las nuevas aventuras de 'Big Time Rush', los chicos que más están dando que hablar!

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Guy Sebastian And Nickelodeon Australia Release "Dare to be Square" As Charity Single For Kids Helpline

Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand has announced on their official "Dare to be Square" website the very exciting Nickelodeon News that, as part of their "SpongeBob SquarePants"-themed pro-social campaign, "Dare to be Square", an exciting initiative to promote positivity and inclusiveness and to give Aussie and Kiwi kids a voice, Nickelodeon and the Australian pop, R&B, and soul singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian have released Guy's new "Dare to be Square" song, which he recently performed at SLIMEFEST 2013, as a charity single to help raise money for Kids Helpline, Australia's only free, 24/7, confidential counselling service for kids!

The song, which can be downloaded now on iTunes Australia for AUD$2.19, and all money raised will support Kids Helpline!

Leading up to SLIMEFEST 2013, Guy Sebastian and Nick Oz & NZ dared Australian and Kiwi kids to be part of the campaign by joining in by learning the lyrics to "Dare to be Square" and upload a video of themselves singing the chorus to the official DTBS website, Entrants could then find themselves singing along with Guy as part of Nick's virtual choir on the big screen when Guy performed the song SLIMEFEST 2013!

The Australian tabloid newspaper The Daily Telegraph is reporting that Guy Sebastian was prompted to write the tune after his own son, 17-month-old Hudson, was punched by a bigger child during a park outing.

He hopes the lyrics, which includes the line "Who I am is who I am / and that's all right / Now I don't care what anybody says", will prompt teenagers to think about what is "cool behaviour". "Being cool is being happy with who you are and confident in the fact you are different," he previously told The Daily Telegraph.

Kids Helpline, which has answered more than six million calls and online contacts since opening in 1991, hopes the awareness created by the campaign will help young people nationwide.

"The more we can give kids a chance to develop resilience and say ‘I am proud to be me’, then the healthier and happier kids will be," Kids Helpline general manager Wendy Protheroe said. "(This is focused on) being brave enough to say what is happening in your life, being brave enough to reach and find ways to help and realise there are an awful lot of young kids in Australia who are just like you but they are daring to be themselves."

Kids Helpline offers FREE 24/7 phone and online help for anyone aged from 5 to 25 years. Callers to Kids Helpline are welcome to chat about anything that's on their mind, including what's going on at home, about a friend who needs help, about something that may be bothering them at school, and about feeling sad or confused. Kids Helpline exists to help you! Contact Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 or through the charity's official website,

Remember to keep spreading the message of positivity by throwing a square in the air and use the hashtag #daretobesquare!

Full information can be found on Nick's official "Dare to be Square" website,

Nickelodeon Australia & New Zealand Acquire Rights To "Bradley and Bee" For Nick Jr.

The entertainment news website C21Media is reporting the exciting Nickelodeon International news that Nick Jr. Australia & New Zealand, Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand's local version of the popular preschool channel, has picked up the broadcast rights to the brand-new CG-animated preschool series "Bradley and Bee" (52x11') from Edinburgh, Scotland-based Red Kite Animation, a award-winning production company that specialises in the development and production of children's animated content for international television broadcast:
UK toon jets off down under

... broadcaster in Australia and New Zealand is among the latest international broadcasters to come on-board high-flying toon Bradley & Bee. Nickelodeon will air the 52x11' series on Nick Jr in Australia and New Zealand, joining the likes of YLE in Finland and SVT in Sweden in picking up the...
You can read the full article here on the official C21 Media website (paid subscription required).

The 52 x 11-minute CG-animated series is based on "The Adventures of Bradley and Friends" from Hungry Boy Productions' Scott Downie and will make its UK debut on Channel 5's "Milkshake!" preschool block in 2015.

Red Kite developed the series with animation software developer Digimania on-board as co-producer.

"Bradley and Bee" follows the adventures of seven-year-old Bradley and his five-year-old sister, Bee, who own a magical pop-up book that, when opened, can transport the pair to exotic geographical locations via Bradley's toy model plane, Victor. The series celebrates cultural diversity and focuses on problem-solving as the siblings must, for example, figure out ways to herd bison, save snakes and help hippos with bad cases of hiccups. (Additional information from Kidscreen)
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