Thursday, August 25, 2022

Nina Hahn To Leave Nickelodeon After Over A Decade And A Half

Children’s TV industry veteran Nina Hahn will leave the Paramount-owned kidcaster Nickelodeon after more than 17 years at the end of the month, C21 Media is reporting.

UK-based Hahn, Senior Vice President (VP) of production and development at Paramount Global, will leave the company on August 31, having joined in 2005 as VP of international development for Nickelodeon.

A well-known figure on the international kids’ TV circuit, Hahn oversees content development and coproduction partnerships for animated, live-action and preschool content for Nickelodeon outside of the US.

Hahn has more than 25 years of experience creating and producing content for kids and is credited with being the driving force behind establishing the Nickelodeon brand as an international hub for creators and talent.

During her tenure at Nickelodeon, Hahn has led the organisation’s first global hub for content sourcing and creation, and initiated projects in markets such China, Israel and India, where the company was not previously active.

London-based Hahn is also head of VIS Kids, the division launched towards the end of 2020 that develops and produces content for Nickelodeon and other Paramount-owned brands in addition to third-party buyers and partners.

Among the successful programming Hahn has shepherded during her time at Nickelodeon International is House of Anubis, Nella the Princess Knight and It’s Pony.

Prior to joining Nickelodeon, Hahn worked as an independent producer and development consultant for kids content producers and broadcasters in New York, including HBO and Jim Henson Productions.

C21 understands Hahn will be returning to consulting after leaving Paramount at the end of the month.

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