Wednesday, December 13, 2017

KITH And Nickelodeon Partner For New 'SpongeBob SquarePants' Clothing Collection

If Nautical Nonsense be something you wish this winter, KITH has the perfect collection for you!

Ronnie Fieg's KITH has announced the Sponge-Tastic news that the New York lifestyle brand has partnered with Nickelodeon to release a brand-new SpongeBob SquarePants clothing collection, featuring hoodies, long- and short-sleeve tees, caps featuring characters from the beloved series!

KITH teased their KITH Kids x SpongeBob SquarePants capsule collection by releasing a video on Instagram, which mimics the intro to Nickelodeon's legendary animated series. The trailer shows a small island in the sea before diving underwater. Bubbles appear revealing the KITH logo in the signature Spongebob Squarepants font, accompanied by the characters' famous laugh. The drop date of Friday 15th December 2017.

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The KITH x SpongeBob SquarePants capsule collaboration will consist of 23 unisex pieces, each boasting co-branding.

Styles encompass apparel and accessory items, ranging from T-shirts and hoodies to various headwear. The featured graphics in turn draw inspiration from the famed Nickelodeon show as seen through the KITH lens.

The KITH Kids x SpongeBob SquarePants range is set to launch this Friday at KITH shops and online. You may also notice KITH’s Kidset Flagship at 64 Bleecker Street being decked out with SpongeBob-themed decorations.

KITH Kids x SpongeBob SquarePants collection follows KITH and Nickelodeon's Rugrats clothing collection for kids and adults released in November 2016.

Take a Spongeriffic first-look at KITH's new Kidset x SpongeBob SquarePants collaboration with these pics from the collection's official lookbook, via Highsnobiety!

Double Dare's Marc Summers Reflects on His Career

Marc Summers became a household name in the late ‘80s on Nickelodeon’s ooey, gooey game show for kids, Double Dare. But the charismatic host who beamed on camera as the network’s signature “slime” slid down his suit would rush to remove his clothes as soon as the broadcast ended. Summers, now 66, was suffering from crippling Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a condition he hadn’t even heard of until he was diagnosed live on his own Lifetime talk show in 1995.

Marc Summers. Brandon Riley Miller

Going public put his career on hold — until the Food Network took a chance on him in 2001, tapping him to host its longest running program to date, Unwrapped.

“Most people weren’t aware what OCD was back in the late ‘90s,” he tells PEOPLE. “I was supposed to be hosting Hollywood Squares and then lost the job because people didn’t understand what Obsessive Compulsive Disorder was, and they were spreading rumors that I was difficult to work with and uncooperative, none of which was true. But people were not given the tools to learn what it was.”

Marc Summers hosting Double DareCourtesy of Marc Summers

He made it his mission to raise awareness and points to Howie Mandel, the Deal or No Deal host who’s open about his own OCD and germaphobia today: “I think in many ways, I was a pioneer.”

Still, Summers says compulsions — he’d clean his home incessantly, lie on the living room floor straightening the fringe of a rug and get stuck at the grocery store reading the label of every product lining the aisles — gave him focus and drive.

“I’ve had kind of a charmed existence,” he says.

Summers also worked as a magician, comedian (he rubbed elbows with Robin Williams at LA’s famed Comedy Store in the ‘70s) and TV producer (Ryan Seacrest and Guy Fieri consider him a mentor). But as he says in the new documentary about his life, On Your Marc, “I’ve always thought of myself of being a player on AAA baseball and never quite making the big leagues.”

As Fieri — who affectionately calls him “Obi Wan” — put it, ““The life of Marc Summers, well, it should be a ride at an amusement park, because it’s got every twist and turn you can imagine.”

On Your Marc. Courtesy of Marc Summers.

Growing up in Indiana, Summers says he “always wanted to do theater and got side-tracked along the way.” Two harrowing ordeals prompted him to pursue that passion. In 2009, he felt pain in his stomach and underwent a surgery that removed 17.5 inches of his small intestine.

“I woke up and, being a stand-up comic, I sort of joked with the doctor, ‘Do I have cancer?’ And he says, ‘As a matter of fact, you do,’” Summers recalls. He was misdiagnosed with mantle cell lymphoma and told he had six months to live. Another oncologist determined the father of two was actually battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and he began two years of grueling chemotherapy with his wife of 43 years, Alice — a Natalie Wood lookalike whom he met while working as an usher at The Mary Tyler Moore Show — by his side.

He’s now in remission, but for the four months until he was correctly diagnosed, the conflicting medical opinions made Summers and his family — wife Alice, 65, son Matthew, 37, and daughter, Meredith, 34 — think he was dying.

“The whole story about your life flashes in front of you. I called Alice from the cab, and I said, ‘I’m not going to see the kids get married. I’m not going to see our grandchildren. I’m going to be dead,’” he says. “I was a mess. I was confused. I didn’t know what the hell was going on.”

Then, in 2012, he broke every bone in his face when his taxi hydroplaned, crashing into a Philadelphia highway divider. He didn’t leave his house for months and suffered memory loss: He remembers giving a tourist wrong directions to Independence Hall, a landmark in the city he calls home, and reintroducing himself in a meeting to a TV executive he’d known for 20 years.

“My biggest fear was the fact that when I went to host another show, would I be able to retain, memory-wise?” he says.

Marc Summers. Courtesy of Marc Summers

It took nine months to a year for Summers to fully recover. “It was really frightening,” he says, and forced him to realize, “there’s no time like the present.”

Working his Broadway connections, Summers developed an autobiographical one-man play back in Indiana; the documentary chronicles its development, a chapter in Summers’ career that is both a reinvention and return to his roots.

Soon, he’s executive-producing a new Food Network program with Fieri. And after three years of cognitive therapy, Summers says his OCD is “80 percent cured,” adding, “It’s like retraining your mind not to have the intrusive thoughts and not to do the repetitive actions.”

As for all that slime? Nickelodeon’s top-secret, original recipe isn’t so gross, after all: vanilla pudding, apple sauce and green food dye.

“The insurance company made us guarantee if any of this got in the kids’ mouths it was edible,” he explains with a laugh. “And it tasted good, and it smelled great.”

Click here to find out more about On Your Marc.

‘JoJo Siwa Is One To Watch As We Near Christmas,’ Reveals George At Asda's Ruth Golightly

JoJo Siwa will be one of the key brands to watch as we approach the key Christmas period, while female empowerment remains a major theme.

This is the view of Ruth Golightly, head of buying, George childrenswear and licensing manager for George at Asda.

Ruth spoke to Licensing Source Book as part of the judging of the product categories for this year’s Licensing Awards.

She said: “Trolls and My Little Pony are performing well and can only be boosted further by the upcoming animations and movie respectively. PAW Patrol is smashing it, while Peppa Pig is holding its own.

“Female empowerment remains a key theme and we’re seeing main ranges coming through into licensed.

“JoJo Siwa is one to watch as we approach Christmas.”

Also, from AdAge:


If you have a tween girl, you're probably familiar with their latest craze: colorful, over-size hair bows. And with the holidays approaching, you likely also know that these two gifts are hard to find: a hair-bow maker and a singing doll wearing the hair accessory.

Well, thank JoJo Siwa.

The 14-year-old YouTube star and her signature JoJo bow—which has beome a symbol for standing up to bullies—rose to fame as a dancer on the Lifetime series "Dance Moms." She's now a top YouTube personality and the face of Nickelodeon, and retailers like Walmart are eager to be partners.

Siwa's YouTube channel has over 5 million subscribers, and more than 9 million people watched epsidoes of her getting ready in the morning and giving a tour of her bedroom. She also has over 6 million followers on Instagram, 10 million on and 316,000 on Twitter.

Nickelodeon made an unprecedented move in March by partnering with Siwa for a multi-platform deal that includes TV appearances and consumer products. It was an unusual move for Nick, the talent of which has typically been homegrown.

But the Viacom-owned network tapped Siwa amid a changing landscape in kids' programming. An increasing number of teens and tweens turn to YouTube as their source of entertainment, and some of the biggest celebrities among the demographic have been born from social media.

Perhaps the biggest opportunity has been in the consumer products space. Nickelodeon has licensed hundreds of products featuring Siwa and her dog BowBow, including a singing doll that's a finalist for toy of the year and a bow maker that's currently sold out at Toys R Us.

"From a retail perspective there's a giant white space for teen and tween products," says Pam Kaufman, CMO and president of consumer products at Nickelodeon. "'High School Musical,' Justin Bieber, One Direction, they all came and went. I love SpongeBob and the Turtles, but there's something about having a real-life person."

Credit: Walmart

Siwa has also been featured with her mom in a Toyota campaign around Nick's "Kids' Choice Awards," and appeared in marketing for Universal theme parks and Milk.

We sat down with Siwa, and her dog BowBow, in her hotel room in New York City ahead of the Ad Council Public Service Award Dinner earlier this month (Siwa worked with the council for its bullying prevention campaign). Playing with her teacup pup (who has also a line of products) and looking like a typical 14-year-old in a sweatshirt over a YouTube T-shirt—and no bow in her hair—we discussed bullying, her online fame and the future of the JoJo brand. Our conversation has been edited.

How did the bow craze start?

I've been wearing bows for my whole, entire life—since I was in preschool and obviously now and above and beyond. But the story on how they really became what they are today, the JoJo bows, Claire's took a big chance on me. My manager literally just called Claire's and was like, "I need to speak with corporate," and wiggled her way in. Then she got hold of this girl and asked her the next time she was in California to let us know and she was like, "Well, actually, I am flying out tomorrow." But then she said her schedule is full so maybe we could do it the next time. And my manager was like, "Actually, we'll just meet you in the lobby of your hotel, where are you staying?"

At the time I was like, "Oh god, what is happening?" But I was like, whatever, I'm just going to go with it. So we went with it, we met her in the hotel lobby and you know, they were going to do a bow test in 100 stores, then they moved it up to 300 stores, then it moved up to 1,000 stores, and then it moved up to all their stores which is like 3,500. So they took a really, really big chance on me. And I am so grateful for them because without them it wouldn't be what it is today.

There's meaning behind the bow. Where did that originate?

I have something called "Siwanators," and if you're a Siwanator you're strong, you're powerful, you stand up to the bullies. If you're a Siwanator, you're nice. And the way you can tell if someone is a Siwanator is if they have a JoJo bow in. So if you're sitting at recess at school and someone is not being nice to you but you see another kid who has a JoJo bow in, you can go hang out with them and they'll be nice to you because they're a Siwanator.

Have you experienced bullying?

I have experienced a lot of online bullying because I am homeschooled.

That's where a lot of kids experience bullying now.

That's what makes it so terrible. I say in "Boomerang" [her single; Siwa is also a singer], "hide behind the screen, you're so mean." It's literally about someone hiding behind their screen or behind their phone saying, "You're fat, you're rude, you're ugly, you're a brat, you're annoying, I hate you." And it's just terrible. I have to go through it every day. And I found what works for me is I can just delete and block, but I want to inspire other people and let them know it's OK and you don't need to worry about those comments because for every one comment that's rude there are 100 that are nice.

The JoJo brand goes beyond bows now. You have products in Walmart and other retail stores.

7-Eleven is getting bows.

How involved are you in the process of making JoJo-branded products?

Pretty much how it works is there's a style guide with pictures of me, colors, fonts for wording, different prints, different styles, different patterns—there's everything you can imagine that can go on a shirt. And so what happens is, I did a big photo shoot and so did Bow [her dog] and those are the approved pictures that can go on stuff. So then I say, "Yeah, I love that," and then they say, "OK, we're going to put this on a bike, this on a T-shirt, this on a napkin. And then I see it online and am like, 'Ohh, new things." I love it.

Are there products you hope to see on shelves?

One of my personal favorites is JoJo underwear. Just to think there are girls walking's weird but funny. You have Elsa and Anna, you have SpongeBob you have Ninja Turtles, and then you have JoJo. It's so funny. There's a bike out in Australia and a helmet that's unbelievable. The shoes that are coming out are really cool. It's crazy how many JoJo things there are.

What do you think when you see your face on this stuff?

It is crazy, crazy, crazy that this is my life. I know this is what I've always wanted—I wanted to be Hannah Montana—but it's crazy that this is my reality. I am a kid from Nebraska, I followed my dreams and these are my dreams I'm living now. It's just really cool I believed in myself, my family, my friends they all believed in me and now look at what I'm doing.

A lot of that started with YouTube. How did you build your following?

It's kind of funny how the whole YouTube thing started. When I was 10—but even before that, I posted all my duck tape stuff I made [like bows], my dance stretch tutorial when I was 5 years old—but I was about 10 and my publicist was like, "I'm going to make you a YouTube channel" and I was like, "OK." She gave me a GoPro and said, "This is what you're going to do, you're going to send me stuff and I'm going to edit it." And I was like, "I don't know, OK, cool." We vlogged a little bit and I just kind of did it. And then one of my friends was telling me all about YouTube and how amazing it is and I was like, "Wow, that's something I seriously want to get into." So then I went home, I learned about it, I mean I have been watching it my whole life.

Do you watch a lot of YouTube? Do your friends?

One-hundred percent. All the time. It's the new thing. It is fun. It's fast. It's energetic. So yeah. Definitely. But then I just did it as I felt like it. I never said, "I have to do this." YouTube is 100 percent a job. but it's a fun job. And if I didn't like it I would not do it. It was definitely really organic going into it. It's not like I have a set script and I have to do this every single day.

Are there other platforms you're regularly using?

The two things I use the most are YouTube and Instagram. Then of course Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Back to the YouTube thing, I used to post one time a week, now I literally post nine. One day I can come up with 50 content ideas and I'm like, "Boom, I want to do this idea, this idea, this idea." I have a YouTube notebook and I write them all down. Then other days I'm like, "I have no clue what I want to do today." I rarely have days like that. But it's so fun.

What do you watch on a regular basis? What do you watch on YouTube?

I went through a phase where I watched a bunch of YouTubers who do kind of the same stuff I do, who are in the same demographic. I watched the videos a lot, and I still do, I still love them, they are all my friends, it's just like a family, but I felt sometimes like I would be copying them almost. And I want them to have their thing and I want to have my thing so I had to step away and watch something else. So now what I watch on YouTube is this YouTube page called "What's Up Moms." I don't know why I watch it. It's a YouTube channel for moms who have kids who want fun DIY stuff, but there are some brilliant things on there.

Do you watch TV?

I do. I have a very slight obsession with "Grey's Anatomy."

Did you binge on Netflix? Are you fully caught up?

Fully caught up. I probably watched every episode three times. "Grey's Anatomy" is by far, by a landslide, my favorite show.

What comes next for you?

It's hard to think what comes next because I try to do whatever feels right in the moment. I don't really plan things. I can't tell you what I'm going to do tomorrow, I can't tell you what I am doing in a year, but I can tell you what I am doing in 10 years.

What's that?

So, in 10 years I will be 24 years old. I will probably be going on my first big, big tour. I would have just released a huge album, in my brain it would have been wildly successful.

So music is the goal?

Music, definitely. As of now.

Where do you see your brand going?

I've thought about my future and everything that's to come, but a lot of people are like, "What does high school JoJo look like? What does senior JoJo look like?" And you know, it's just going to kind of evolve as it happens. If one day I wake up and I go, "I want to wear my hair down today," I will.

At what point do you stop wearing the bow in your public appearances?

I think the bow will stick with me through my entire life. I don't think I'll always wear a side ponytail and bow, but I do think I'll l eventually buy a ring and it will have a diamond bow on it and it will always forever and forever be in my life, because it is me, it's who I am, it's what I love. It's not like I have a contract that says I have to wear a bow every day. That's not a thing. It's just going to evolve as I evolve. If one day I wake up and go, "I just don't want to wear the bow today," I just wouldn't wear it. I just have to do what's right for me and make the transition right now.

Are there brands you gravitate toward?

Anything with rainbow sequins. If it has rainbow sequins on it I like it. That's not necessarily a brand…The places I shop are Target, Justice, Walmart, Claire's, JCPenney, Forever 21, H&M. I online shop. I don't like to go shopping.

Do you have a YouTube shirt on?

I do have a YouTube shirt on. Always. Forever. YouTube is my No. 1, my love.


On air, Siwa will guest star on Nickelodeon's hit musical comedy series School of Rock, as part of a multi-episode story arc, and feature as Nick Cannon's sidekick on Nickelodeon's Lip Sync Battle Shorties. JoJo will also star in the brand-new Nickelodeon Original Movie Blurt, alongside Jace Norman (Henry Danger, Splitting Adam, Rufus) and Daniella Perkins (Knight Squad, Legendary Dudas).

JoJo and Nickelodeon Home Entertainment's brand-new DVD, JoJo Siwa: My World, which follows the stars dance journey leading up to her biggest moment yet — performing at the Mall of America, is out now!

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Nickelodeon's 'I Am Frankie' Season 2 To Begin Production During Early 2018

Florida - A 20-episode MTV Networks Latin America television series continuation heads the line to become the first recipient in Miami-Dade County’s new film incentive program, approved in July 2017.

I Am Frankie

Nickelodeon's “I Am Frankie Season 2” is to come before the county commission’s Economic Development and Tourism Committee today (12/14) to seek the maximum incentive, $100,000. The county administration has recommended approval.

A second series by the same network. 75 one-hour episodes of Club 57, was also recommended for approval and was to have come before the same committee today but before the meeting requested a withdrawal of its application. The future of the project, which was slated to begin production in January 2018, is currently unknown.

For the second season of I Am Frankie, Nickelodeon, a subsidiary of Viacom, is projecting 50 production days for the half-hour show with a total expenditure of $5.4 million. The network proposes to produce 80% of the productions in Miami and employ 96 county residents, beginning in early January, with principal photography starting Monday, March 12.

The show, said Deputy Mayor Jack Osterholt in a memo to commissioners, centers on Frankie Gaines (Alex Hook), who looks like any other human girl “but harbors a big secret: She functions as a high-tech computer, complete with internet access, extensive memory and more.”

In Season 2, Frankie finally is fitting in and exploring what it means to be human with the help of her best friend, Dayton (Nicole Alyse Nelson). Things quickly become complicated when a new android arrives at Sepulveda High and the world learns that androids exist. And when WARPA comes back with a new threat, Frankie must struggle to keep her true identity a secret and keep her friends and family safe.

“There’s a lot of interest out there for 2018, especially from independent film producers. We urge them to apply” for the incentive program, county Office of Film and Enertainment chief Sandy Lighterman recently told Miami Today.

Citing the loss of millions in revenues in Miami-Dade “in the absence of state incentives,” county Commissioner Sally Heyman proposed the program in June. To be eligible, companies must spend at least $1 million, film at least 70% of the production here, and hire at least 80% of vendors and contractors locally to receive a tax rebate not to exceed $100,000 per production.

“Everyone wants this done,” Ms. Heyman told one commission meeting before the incentive was approved. “My colleagues and I kept waiting for the state to step up and entice the industry back, especially to South Florida.”

Each year between 2010 and 2016 – when Florida had a well-funded incentive program – film, television, digital media and other productions spent $160 million to $406 million in Miami-Dade, her ordinance said. In addition to local crew salaries, auxiliary spending benefitted hotels, restaurants, suppliers and other businesses.

A 2012 study by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau found that television shows and movies filmed in the region reached more than 1.5 billion viewers, for an advertising value of $405 billion.

That same year, a study by the Visit Florida tourism board revealed that 23% of people interviewed reported that seeing a movie or television series filmed in the state guided their decision to travel to Florida.

But after refusing to add new funding to the incentive program for four consecutive years, the Florida Legislature allowed it to end in 2016
“This program is intended to reverse Miami-Dade County’s fortunes by increasing the number of television, film and entertainment productions shot and produced in Miami-Dade County,” Ms. Heyman’s ordinance said. “It is anticipated that this will ultimately stop many of the remaining jobs supported by the industry from leaving to other locations, and also create new job opportunities.”

The application for I Am Frankie says approval of the tax rebate is a determining factor in whether to film in Miami or elsewhere. It lists Los Angeles and Atlanta as competitors for the project.

Club 57

The Club 57 series that withdrew its application had listed alternative locations in Colombia and Mexico. Its application cited an expenditure of more than $6.8 million, employing 110 Miami-Dade residents for the projected nine-month production period and producing 80% of the project here.

Both series will air on Nickelodeon: I Am Frankie is being produced for Nickelodeon channels worldwide, and is the international adaptation of Yo Soy Franky, which was produced by Nickelodeon Latin America (Latinoamérica) in Colombia; and Club 57 will be made for Nickelodeon Latinoamérica and Nickelodeon Brazil (Brasil).

I Am Frankie would be photographed in various locations around Miami-Dade County, the application states.

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Nickelodeon Invests In Location-Based VR Startup Dreamscape Immersive; To Develop Virtual Reality Experience Using Nick's IP's

Original Dreamscape Immersive Press Release via PR Newswire:

Dreamscape Immersive Closes $30M Series B

Financial Commitment from Nickelodeon, Majid Al Futtaim, Bold Capital Partners, 21st Century Fox, Warner Bros., VRSense Solutions Limited, Image Nation Abu Dhabi and more, Demonstrates the Power of Dreamscape Immersive's Location-Based Offering and Plans for Global Expansion into New Territories

(PRNewsfoto/Dreamscape Immersive)

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dreamscape Immersive, the location-based VR startup backed by some of Hollywood's biggest players, today announced the close of a $30M Series B financing round.

Since announcing the series led by AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC), which will also open and operate up to six Dreamscape Immersive VR centers in North America and the U.K., the company has received an incredible amount of interest from additional parties. To make room for these strategic investments, Dreamscape Immersive has increased its Series B financing round to $30M with new financial commitments from Nickelodeon, Majid Al Futtaim, VRSense Solutions Limited, and Image Nation Abu Dhabi. Returning Series A investors including, Bold Capital Partners, 21st Century Fox, and Warner Bros. also participated in the round.

"We started Dreamscape Immersive with the fundamental belief that strategic partners will be key to our success," said Aaron Grosky, COO of Dreamscape Immersive. "This group of existing and new investors, each of whom are leaders in their own respective categories, not only share in our vision but will help Dreamscape Immersive execute and grow. We couldn't be more excited for what we're going to be able to accomplish together."

Funding from each investor will be used to help Dreamscape Immersive scale operations, build a marquee slate of content and further its global expansion into a slew of new territories.

Specifically, in addition to Nickelodeon's investment, Nickelodeon and Dreamscape Immersive have committed to produce an experience using the brand's IP for kids and families. Majid Al Futtaim, the leading lifestyle conglomerate across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, has made a strategic equity investment in Dreamscape Immersive, with the intent to take the VR offering global. Other investors such as VRSense Solutions Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of PC Partner Group Limited and maker of PC backpacks, will help the company advance hardware development, and investors such as Image Nation Abu Dhabi, one of the leading media companies in the Arab-speaking world, will help further develop a robust slate of immersive content.

Dreamscape Immersive's flagship location is slated to open to the public at Westfield Century City Mall in Los Angeles, California in 2018. In addition to this location, the company has formed a strategic partnership with AMC Entertainment, with a commitment from AMC to open and operate up to six Dreamscape Immersive VR centers within AMC theatres and at standalone locations in North America and the U.K.

The company is spearheaded by co-chairmen Walter Parkes and Kevin Wall, CEO and former Disney Imagineering chief Bruce Vaughn, COO Aaron Grosky, and utilizes unique body-mapping technologies developed by the Swiss research foundation, Artanim. It has also attracted an A-list group of advisors including Yves Behar, renowned industrial designer, as Brand and Design Advisor; Hans Zimmer, Music Advisor; Dan Fellman, Past President, Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures, as Distribution Advisor; Rick Carter, Academy Award winning production designer, as Production Advisor; Tom Staggs, former COO of the Walt Disney Company, as Corporate Strategy Advisor; and Gore Verbinski, Academy Award winning filmmaker, as Creative Advisor.

About Dreamscape Immersive
Dreamscape Immersive is a location-based VR entertainment company that was founded in January 2017. Led by co-chairmen Walter Parkes, Kevin Wall, CEO Bruce Vaughn and COO Aaron Grosky, with technology created by Swiss research institute Artanim, Dreamscape offers untethered VR experiences with body-mapping technology that allows participants to enter into, explore, and interact within cinematic worlds in a way they never dreamed possible. The Dreamscape Immersive team is made up of a dynamic group of cinematic storytellers, music trailblazers, theme park attractions-experts, gaming executives, technologists and medical researchers, who all share one thing in common: a collective commitment to bringing an entirely new entertainment experience to a mass audience. Dreamscape Immersive is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.

SOURCE Dreamscape Immersive


Nick’s investment in the company comes amid its production of Blurt, a live-action TV movie featuring virtual reality sequences developed and created by the kidsnet’s newly launched Entertainment Lab.

Dreamscape already had the backing of some major Hollywood players, Steven Spielberg.

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JoJo Siwa & Ella Anderson Teach 'How To Make a Crunchy Holiday Slime Snowman' | Nickelodeon

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow SLIME! It’s the most wonderful time of the year so join us as we mold crunchy holiday slime into one crazy snow creation with your favorites: Ella Anderson (Henry Danger) and JoJo Siwa. And be sure to catch more holiday fun, on Nickelodeon!

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Regal Academy | Let’s discover Magical Rose, Astoria and Joy dolls!

So cool! Let’s discover Magical Rose, Astoria and Joy dolls by Alpha! They are ready to fight the enemies with their magic armor and the help of their little Magical Pets! Try the Light-Up wand to discover fairytale secrets.

Buy them here:

- Rose
- Astoria
- Joy

Rose and all her fairy tale friends await you for more incredible adventures at the Regal Academy! Catch brand-new episodes of Regal Academy season two Sundays at 1:30pm (ET/PT) on Nick Jr. USA! Pumpkins away!

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School of Rock | Christmas Auditions | Jingle Bell Rock | Nickelodeon UK

Kale (Brec Bassinger) is dressed to kill for her Christmas audition, but it doesn't quite go to plan in this festive video clip from the brand-new School of Rock Christmas special, "Jingle Bell Rock"!

Watch more School of Rock on Nickelodeon, and make sure to visit for stockings full of festive videos, games, photos and more, and to enter Nick's Rockin' Holiday Giveaway!

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'Dora And Friends' Theme Song | Polish Version | Nick Jr. Polska

Dora i przyjaciele | Piosenka czołówkowa | Nick Jr. Polska

Za każdymi drzwiami czeka przygoda! Śpiewaj razem z Dorą, Emmą, Kate, Plecakiem oraz ich przyjaciółmi i poznawaj wraz z nimi miasto.

Watch more Dora and Friends: Into the City! on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., and find more video collections and preschool songs on the official Nick Jr. España website,

Więcej Nick: Nickelodeon Poland To Premiere 'Tiny Christmas' On Sunday 24th December 2017!
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Power Rangers Turbo | Mini-Rangers (Update: Added English Version)

The Turbo Rangers face a new challenge when they are shrunk to miniature size in this action-packed clip from Power Rangers Turbo, available to watch in Spanish and Portuguese!

Power Rangers Turbo | Mini-Rangers!

The Turbo Rangers face a new challenge when they are shrunk down to miniature size!

Power Rangers en Español | Mini-Rangers!

Los Turbo Rangers se enfrentan a un nuevo desafío cuando son reducidos a tamaño miniatura!

Power Rangers em Português | Mini-Rangers

Os Rangers Turbo enfrentam um novo desafio quando encolhem até virarem miniaturas!

Missed any episodes of Power Rangers Ninja Steel? Catch up now at and on the Nick App!

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More Nick: Saban’s Power Rangers Unveils 25th Anniversary Campaign!

Originally posted: Monday, December 11, 2017.
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Remporte la hotte du Père-Noël et gagne une Nintendo Switch avec NICKELODEON FRANCE

Remporte la hotte du Père-Noël et gagne une Nintendo Switch avec NICKELODEON FRANCE !

Par ici pour remporter plein de cadeaux, dont la console Nintendo Switch:

Plus Nickelodeon: Nickelodeon 4Teen France To Premiere 'Tiny Christmas' On Friday 15th December 2017!
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Gagne des cadeaux très Teen pour Noël ! | NICKELODEON Teen FRANCE

Gagne des cadeaux très Teen pour Noël !

Par ici pour participer au concours:

Plus Nickelodeon: Nickelodeon Teen France To Premiere 'Tiny Christmas' On Friday 15th December 2017!
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Remportez la hotte du Père-Noël avec NICKELODEON JUNIOR ! Retrouvez plus de vidéos sur !

Plus Nickelodeon: Le calendrier Nickelodeon Junior | NICKELODEON JUNIOR FRANCE!
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Design Miami x Viacom

Redefining Cultural Impact: How New Technologies Influence Artists & Creatives. Kodi Foster, SVP Data Strategy, Viacom host this conversation with Cecilia Dean, Founder Visionaire, Daniel Arsham, Contemporary Artist and Anne Spalter, New Media Artist and the musical artist Young Paris.

Design Miami x Viacom: Kodi Foster

More Nick: 2018 on Nickelodeon USA | New Shows, Specials, Events, Movies, Episodes, and More!
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