Viacom will further accelerate its expansion on next-generation platforms by teaming up with Amazon to bring Nickelodeon’s NOGGIN to Amazon’s Prime Video Channels this May.
For $7.99 per month, young fans will be able to enjoy NOGGIN, an OTT product that provides curriculum-driven content to preschoolers, including: short-form videos; educational content; music videos featuring preschoolers’ favorite Nick characters; and over 1500 full-length library episodes of PAW Patrol, Dora the Explorer, Peppa Pig, Blue’s Clues, Max & Ruby, Go, Diego, Go! and Peter Rabbit, among others.
“Our audiences continue to enjoy Viacom content in more places and with more flexibility than ever before,” said Tom Gorke, Executive Vice President, Head of Distribution and Business Development for Viacom.
“The availability of NOGGIN on Prime Video Channels will be a great new way for Nickelodeon fans to watch and interact with the best in preschool content on the popular Amazon platform.”
Along with the rapid growth of Viacom Digital Studios and recent acquisitions of influence marketer WHOSAY and online video conference mecca, VidCon, NOGGIN’s expansion on Prime Video Channels is another way that Viacom is strengthening its presence on key next-generation digital platforms.
Nickelodeon launched NOGGIN as a stand-alone app in February 2015, and the ad-free platform has since topped the charts of Apple and Google, ranking as one of the Top 10 Kids Apps on the App Store’s Free Apps chart, as well as being the no. 1 grossing app for Music and Video in the Family Category on Google Play.
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