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Bryan M. Wolfe
| May 31, 2013
Nickelodeon Brings Television Episode Streaming To iPhone
Nickelodeon is now making much of its television content available for streaming on the iPhone/iPod touch. The feature is part of a new update to the cable channel’s official iOS app, Nick. First released in February, the free app offers original videos, animated shorts, games, and recent episodes. Certain cable and satellite providers get additional content including video on-demand by logging into their account via the app. These include subscribers to: DirecTV, Time Warner Cable, U-verse, FiOS, Bright House Networks, Cablevision, Hawaiian Telecom, Suddenlink, and RCN. [caption id="attachment_423397" align="aligncenter" width="642"] Nick on iPhone[/caption] Other Nick 1.1 features include:
Take a look: Nickelodeon is operated by the MTV Networks Kids & Family Group, which is a unit of Viacom. It first launched in 1977 as The Pinwheel Network. Current shows include "Big Time Rush," "The Fairly Odd Parents!," and "Fanboy & Chumchum," among others. The Nick app is available in the App Store. See also: Booyakasha! Nickelodeon Unleashes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run, Finding Your Favorite TV Episodes With Netflix Just Got Easier, and Need To Watch Video On The Go? We've Got You Covered.
- Less crashing
- Episode sneak peeks
- Better game play