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For the former nighttime programming block on Nick Jr. in the UK, see Nick Jr. Classics.
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1999–2009 (TV channel), 2015–2019 (app) 2019–2024 (app), 2019-present (brand)
1999–2009 (TV channel), 2015–2019 (app) 2019–2024 (app), 2019-present (brand)

1999–2019[]

1999–2009 (TV channel), 2015–2019 (app)[]

Noggin
Designer:  Big Blue Dot
Typography:  Futura Bold
Launched:  February 2, 1999

Noggin launched on February 2, 1999 as a joint-venture between MTV Networks (the owners of Nickelodeon) and the Children's Television Workshop (now Sesame Workshop). The logo was created by Big Blue Dot. Like its sister channel Nickelodeon, it could take many shapes and colors. The bottom half consisted of a face, while the upper half could be replaced by various images. When it was launched, Noggin's target audience was pre-teens. In 2002, it moved all of its older-skewing shows to a nighttime block called The N. In 2009, Noggin was replaced by the Nick Jr. channel.

On February 25, 2015, Viacom announced it would revive the Noggin brand (and logo) with a mobile subscription service aimed at preschoolers that launched on March 5, 2015.

2019–2024 (app), 2019-present (brand)[]

Noggin-logo-2019

On June 14, 2019, Noggin changed their logo for the first time after 20 years. The new logo was revealed with the redesign of the app and website. On June 24 that year, the app was rebranded with this logo.

On February 15, 2024, it was confirmed that Noggin would be shutting down for the second time after most of its team was laid-off. The Noggin app was shut down on July 2, 2024, with its content moving to Paramount+.[1]

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Noggin
Nick Jr. (as a TV channel)
Paramount+ (as a streaming service)
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