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“Nickelodeon was nothing short of amazing to work for, and they had their watchful eye on us all,” he said.The Amanda Bynes Meltdown: What Former Child Stars Are Saying|Kevin Fallon|June 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There are a number of reasons to be concerned about the former Nickelodeon star.
Paramount wanted to develop the project under its Nickelodeon banner, which had just released the Rugrats movie.
Nickelodeon is worth $17 billion, for instance, while the Cartoon Network is valued at only $3.4 billion.
To them the nickelodeon seems to make a special appeal since it offers the variety they crave after long days in the mill.
Moving pictures and the nickelodeon have had their day, and are now passing.What eight million women want|Rheta Childe Dorr
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Word Origin for nickelodeon
Word Origin and History for nickelodeon
1888, "motion picture theater," from nickel "five-cent coin" (the cost to view one) + -odeon, as in Melodeon (1840) "music hall," ultimately from Greek oideion "building for musical performances" (see odeon). Meaning "nickel jukebox" is first attested 1938.