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Nickelodeon television channel, seen on Nickelodeon weekday mornings. As its name suggests, it is aimed at young children aged under 7 years. On February 2, 2009, the Nick Jr. Play Date” and on September 28, 2009, Noggin was rebranded as the Nick Jr. From the morning of January 4, 1988, onwards, the Nick Jr. The logo for the new Nick Jr.

On April 5, 1993, Nick Jr. Company, and introduced its first re-brand in five years, with promotional elements featuring an orange figure with the word ‘NICK’ it resembling a parent and a blue figure with the word ‘JR,’ in it resembling a child doing activities. On September 5, 1994, Nick Jr. Face, an animated host that introduced, and wrapped up shows, and smaller variety pieces. In the context of his segments, Face was capable of materializing objects such as an astronaut, a robot, a clown, a window, a traffic light, stars, even wood, and of creating any number of foley sound effects including a signature three note ‘trumpet’ noise always following the name “Nick Jr. On September 8, 1996, the first episode of Blue’s Clues premiered in prime-time on Nickelodeon, then debuted on the Nick Jr. Blue’s Clues quickly dethroned Gullah Gullah Island as Nick Jr.

In 1999 and 2000, Nick Jr. On September 2, 2003, Nick Jr. Face was given a new look, which added eyebrows and a chin and straightened the eyes by inverting their colors from white dots on black eyes to black, larger dots on white eyes. Also, his voice turned into a D.