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Disney Channel's streak as cable's number-one network in primetime stretched to 159 straight weeks for kids six to 11 (911,000/3.8 rating) and to 155 weeks for tweens nine to 14 (780,000/3.2 rating), marking more than three full years that the network has dominated.

Nickelodeon Australia continued to build on its ASTRA Award success taking home four awards at the 6th Annual ASTRA Awards ceremony held in Sydney earlier this week. The net won for Most Creative Off-Air Program Promotion - The Home of SpongeBob; Most Outstanding Technology (For a Consumer Application) - ClickHeadSpace; Most Outstanding Children's Program - Camp Orange: The Mystery of Spaghetti Creek; and Most Outstanding Event - Nickelodeon's Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2007.
April 23, 2008

Disney Channel‘s streak as cable’s number-one network in primetime stretched to 159 straight weeks for kids six to 11 (911,000/3.8 rating) and to 155 weeks for tweens nine to 14 (780,000/3.2 rating), marking more than three full years that the network has dominated.

Nickelodeon Australia continued to build on its ASTRA Award success taking home four awards at the 6th Annual ASTRA Awards ceremony held in Sydney earlier this week. The net won for Most Creative Off-Air Program Promotion – The Home of SpongeBob; Most Outstanding Technology (For a Consumer Application) – ClickHeadSpace; Most Outstanding Children’s Program – Camp Orange: The Mystery of Spaghetti Creek; and Most Outstanding Event – Nickelodeon’s Australian Kids’ Choice Awards 2007.

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Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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