- n. A small, rudimentary movie theater that charged five cents for admission, popular in North America from about 1905 to 1915.
- n. A coin-operated player piano, often elaborated with percussion, banjos, bells, whistles, and other musical instruments and noise-makers.
- n. An American jukebox operated by nickels.
- From nickel, the United States five-cent coin, and odeon, which is the Greek word for a theatre. (Wiktionary)
“Next Nickelodeon is going to start accepting advertising for beer, alcohol, and the most pornographic things allowed on tv. ikes”
“Nickelodeon is moving forward with Earth to Pablo, a comedy about a family that receives an alien instead of the exchange student they were expecting.”
“Nickelodeon is offering things like printable kids 'coloring activities for popular characters like Dora the Explorer.”
“Posted 'cause I just found it: Nickelodeon is changing their (25-year-old) splat logo to ... words.”
“On Tuesday, Nickelodeon is expected to announce the first of 600 original and exclusive games for its network of Web sites, as part of a $100 million investment in game development.”
“One of our artists, Doug Thompson, tells me that Nickelodeon is sponsoring a short animation film contest - deadline's June 1, so we better hurry up and finish.”
“Viacom, the parent company of MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon, is locked in a $1 billion copyright infringement suit against Google over video clips owned by Viacom that have appeared without authorization on YouTube.”
“Notsomuch the situation, but the way Nickelodeon is handling it is all at once appalling and uncalled for to me.”
“Still curious, I called Nickelodeon, where I was told the clip was done for black history month (along with clips of other notable African-Americans) and had "no political overtones.”
“The other reason I always find a happy place at Nickelodeon is entirely due to the guard who works the parking garage gate there.”
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