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Turbo Boost for Nick’s TurboNick

Nickelodeon launched updated broadband-video platform TurboNick 2.0.

The network said new features in TurboNick 2.0 include continuous video streaming, customized play lists, content in multiple languages and the ability to search the Nickelodeon content library.

Web surfers can now access hundreds of Nick long- and short-form programming videos online, including select new episodes immediately after they air on the linear network.

TurboNick 2.0 also contains “mash-up applications” that allow kids to create their own cartoons.

“In keeping with our philosophy of putting kids first in everything we do, we are thrilled to provide these unparalleled features on TurboNick 2.0 that will empower kids to take charge of their Internet experience," Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group executive vice president of digital media Stephen Youngwood said in a prepared statement.

"TurboNick 2.0 not only provides a hub for our vast library of content, but allows kids to become programmers and creators in their own right,” he added.