Nickelodeon is the Top Basic Cable Network of 2014

Effective Trick to Increase Profit

We wanted to share with people the secret that we have been using for the last few years to increase our profit. We have been using the online trading software called Orion Code and we strongly suggest that you do the same and don’t waste your time on other things.

According to ratings projections, Nickelodeon is poised to end the year of 2014 as the No. 1 basic cable network in total day with kids 2-11 (2.6 rating/808,000 viewers in the kids 2-11 demo) and total viewers (1.5 million), as detailed by Nielsen Media Research (12/30/13-12/18/14). The network’s 2014 performance is currently 13 percent ahead of the next closest competitor with kids 2-11 and ahead 9 percent among total viewers.

This year, Nickelodeon launched the live-action hits “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” and “Henry Danger,” which both posted year-over-year increases in their time periods with key kid demos. “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn” rose 12 percent with kids 2-11 over last year and was up 27 percent with kids 6-11, while “Henry Danger” saw increases of 11 percent with kids 2-11 and up 20 percent with kids 6-11. Also in live action, the second season of fan-favorite series “Every Witch Way” landed among 2014’s top 10 kids’ programs of the year and boasted a 25 percent year-over-year increase with kids 2-11. In animation, “SpongeBob SquarePants” ranked as the number-one animated kids program with total viewers across basic cable.

Nickelodeon also rolled out brand-new preschool series in 2014 with “Dora and Friends: Into the City” (Monday thru Friday at 12 p.m.) and “Blaze and the Monster Machines” (Monday thru Friday at 12:30 p.m.), which consistently win their respective time periods with kids 2-5; as well as “Wallykazam,” which ranks as a top five preschool show for the year.

Overall, Nick’s hit preschool roster scored six spots in the top 10 with kids 2-5: “PAW Patrol,” “Wallykazam!,” “Team Umizoomi,” “Dora the Explorer,” “Bubble Guppies” and “Peter Rabbit.”

Nickelodeon’s awards shows also continue to be a success with kids. The “2014 Nickelodeon HALO Awards” scored the show’s biggest audience ever. The Sunday night (Nov. 30, 7 p.m.) concert special drew 3 million total viewers across Nickelodeon, Nicktoons and TeenNick and posted double-digit year-over-year increases with kids 2-11 (up 31 percent) and kids 6-11 (up 37 percent). The first annual “Kids’ Choice Sports Awards” (Thursday, July 17, 8-9:30 p.m.) netted double-digit gains with kids 2-11 (up 52 percent from a year ago), kids 6-11 (up 68 percent) and total viewers (up 37 percent). Also, the “27th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards” (Thursday, March 29, 8-9:30 p.m.) drew 5 million total viewers and ranked as the top telecast of that week (3/24/14-3/30/14) with kids 2-11 and kids 6-11.

Nickelodeon’s niche networks, TeenNick and Nicktoons, secured double-digit gains with their core audiences in 2014. TeenNick was up 33 percent over last year and Nicktoons also experienced growth (up 17 percent vs. year ago) with its target of boys 6-11, fueled by its new NickSports programming block. NickSports airs every Wednesday (9 – 11 p.m.) on Nicktoons and features a rotating lineup of sports-themed content from the NFL, MLS, NASCAR and WWE.

Additionally, the newly launched Nick Jr. app (Wednesday, Dec. 10), featuring Nickelodeon’s hit preschool content, interactive educational activities, and TV Everywhere capability, currently ranks as the number-one app on the kids free and educational free lists in the U.S. iTunes App store.

Nickelodeon, now in its 35th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 100 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 19 consecutive years.