Cynopsis Kids !magination Awards Breakfast

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Cynopsis Kids honored the year’s best in children’s, tween and family content at the 6th Annual Kids !magination Awards during a breakfast and networking reception September 19 in NY.

The Joyous Quintet, a children’s act featured on primetime series Little Big Shots, got the morning off on a high note. The uber-talented musicians had the audience clapping along to a medley of tunes including “Firework,” “Take On Me” and “Isn’t She Lovely” that set the mood for a celebration of outstanding cross-platform programming and marketing campaigns.

In addition to our 2017 finalists, Cynopsis Kids honored three Luminary Award winners. Startup’s Albie Hecht and Chris M. Williams were presented with the Content Pioneer Award by SNL star Kenan Thompson, who credited former Nickelodeon chief Hecht with jump-starting his career, noting, “I owe my whole life to you.” YouTube Red creator Juliette Brindak Blake, co-founder of Miss O & Friends, presented the Video Vanguard Award to YouTube Red Originals’ Nadine Zlystra, who said she loves working for a company whose goal is, simply, “to make programs that are awesome.” And the Family Viewing Award was accepted on behalf of NBC’s Little Big Shots by Brita Wagner, NBCUniversal’s director of late night & special programming.

Winners were asked to name their favorite shows growing up, and answers ranged from Fraggle Rock to The Love Boat to Donnie and Marie. But the focus during the morning was what’s new in the kids category. Our future looks bright, indeed.

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2017 Winners


Advertising/Promotional Campaign
Winner: Danger & Thunder – Nickelodeon
When Nickelodeon’s two biggest series— ‘Henry Danger’ and ‘The Thundermans’—joined forces for one epic crossover, it deserved one epic campaign. To highlight the superhero threads running through both shows, Nick incorporated recognizable comic book elements into the promos in a unique and successful way.

Honorable Mentions:
Kids Pick The President – Nickelodeon
Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 Sponsorships Branded Content – Viacom/Nickelodeon
The 2017 HALO Awards – Nickelodeon
The Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears – Cartoon Network

Digital Marketing Campaign
Winner: General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch – batteryPOP
A charismatic host and high-energy messaging combined in gameshow-style web segments that enabled batteryPop to provide General Mills with a dynamic way to reach kids in this expansion of its Cinnamon Toast Crunch Crazy Square campaign. To date, Square Off has been viewed more than 1 million times across kids digital in desktop, mobile and connected TV.

Honorable Mentions:
Voltron Legendary Defender Campaign – Roblox
Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 Sponsorships Branded Content – Viacom/Nickelodeon
PAW Moments – Spin Master
Twitch Presents Power Rangers Live Stream Marathon – Saban Brands
YouTube, Music-Driven Tween Series, SpacePOP – Genius Brands International

Pro-Social Campaign
Connor’s Cure – WWE
Inspired by young WWE fan Connor Michalek, who lost his battle with the illness medulloblastoma in 2014, this campaign has raised more than $1 million and assisted more than 100 families. Integrating WWE assets across TV, digital, social media and live events, Connor’s Cure last year expanded outside its home center at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to support research centers and hospitals nationwide.

Dream Big, Princess – 7ATE9 Entertainment
Encouraging young girls to pursue their dreams was the overarching goal of this campaign, which royally succeeded in inspiring viewers, motivating self-reflection, and increasing awareness of young women accomplishing great feats—just like the Disney Princesses they see on-screen. Docu-style segments combined Disney talent and real, relatable girls and their mentors sharing their stories.

Honorable Mentions:
Give – Litton Entertainment
Kids Pick the President – Nickelodeon
Together For Good – Nickelodeon International

Marketing/Promotional Campaign
The Loud House Marketing Campaign – Nickelodeon
To drive K6-11 viewership for the new animated series The Loud House, the network built early momentum with three weeks of premieres it drove audiences to sample online and via the Nick App. The show gained immediate traction, and with continually evolving support on digital, social, radio and event channels remains a top-rated series among K2-11 and K6-11.

Sprout Talks Tech – Sprout
Campaign to launch Sprout series Dot scored high marks in helping parents navigate the brave new world of raising digital natives – in short, cutting out the do-or-don’t debate over tech and diving into the “how” via videos, including a conversation with series creators Randi Zuckerberg and Naomi Davis. The marketing campaign bolstered the brand; Dot became Sprouts top show among K6-11 and No. 3 among K2-5 in its first six weeks on-air.

Honorable Mentions:
#100Reasons to Rock the Park – Litton Entertainment
Floogal Your World – Sprout
Puppy Bowl – Animal Planet
Halloween 360 – Nickelodeon
PBS KIDS: Splash and Bubbles – PBS
Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 Sponsorships Branded Content – Viacom/Nickelodeon

Social Media Campaign
Winner: Spellbound (starring Spider-Man & Iron Man) – Marvel Entertainment
To launch the the Marvel/Funko collaboration and increase awareness of the animated shorts, Marvel premiered Spellbound at New York Comic Con 2016 a d then rolled it out across various social platforms. Among success, on Facebook it had a reach of 2.3 million and on Twitter 8.1 million, almost double Marvel’s average.

Honorable Mentions:
HALO Awards Social Media Campaign – Nickelodeon
Ice Age Collision Course – McBeard / 20th Century Fox

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Best Guest Appearance on a Kids Show
Winner: Mark Hamill, Transformers Rescue Bots – Discovery Family/Hasbro Studios
The force was strong with Transformers Rescue Bots when Mark Hamill reprised his role as Woodrow “Woody” Burns”—in the “King Burns” episode in which the Burns family hightails it to Africa to rescue Woody because they believe that gorillas have kidnapped him.

Honorable Mentions:
Mayim Bialik, Nina’s World – Sprout
Patton Oswalt, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – Discovery Family/Hasbro Studios
Rita Moreno, Nina’s World – Sprout
Brian McDaniel, The Inspectors – Litton Entertainment

Best Kids Cooking Show
Winner: Kids BBQ Championship – Food Network
Who says grownups always set the menu? Not Food Network, whose series brought eight young BBQers together in the first-ever battle to find the best kid grill master. A winning recipe for family viewing, the series was hosted by Camila Alves and Eddie Jackson, with the winner walking off with a $20,000 prize.

Honorable Mentions:
Kids Baking Championship – Food Network
Masterchef Junior – Fox

Best Kids Live-Event Tour
Winner: KIDZ BOP’s “Life Of The Party” Tour – KIDZ BOP
Kidz Bop celebrated its 15th birthday with this tentpole tour that doubled the number of tickets sold in 2015. The tour played 62 shows, including a LiveNation partnership in 10-plus ampitheaters, a sponsorship with Friendly’s Ice Cream, and promos and ad campaigns on SiriusXM, Pandora, Facebook and Instagram.

Honorable Mentions:
2016 Radio Disney Music Awards – Radio Disney
The Next Step – Radical Sheep Productions

Best K6-11 Show Exclusively for a Streaming Platform
Winner: DreamWorksTV – Life Hacks for Kids
This original short-form series that airs on DreamWorksTV’s YouTube Channel teaches kids how to make cool new things using ordinary supplies found at home. Since debuting in December 2015, the series is the No. 1 show on DreamWorksTV, with 2 million average weekly views across the series. It’s driven 750,000 subscribers to the DreamWorksTV YouTube Channel, and a book based on the series is on the way from Houghton Mifflin is publishing a kids book based on the series

Honorable Mentions:
Bottersnikes and Gumbles – Netflix
Legend Quest – Netflix
Princess Sparkly Butt and the Hot Dog Kid – Balloon House

Best Preschool Show Exclusively for a Streaming Platform
Winner: Thomas Creator Collective – Driver Digital Studios & Mattel Creations
An all-star group of Thomas filmmakers from around the planet came together in this virtual film studio and artistic community that uses all Thomas toy brands to create stories with a modern YouTube sensibility that attracts Thomas fans both young and young at heart.

Honorable Mentions:
Beat Bugs – Grace: a storytelling company
Cirque du Soleil Junior, Luna Petunia on Netflix Originals – Saban Brands
Cool School – Driver Digital Studios
Word Party – The Jim Henson Company

Best Shortform Content – K6-11
OddTube – PBS KIDS
The first digital short-form spinoff of the television series Odd Squad, OddTube consisted of 20 short digital episodes that premiered weekly on PBS Kids digital platforms during November 2016 through March 2017. In offering extended digital content, the network was able to target a slightly older audience in the YouTube space, extending viewership beyond the existing fan base. OddTube has been streamed almost 37 million times to date.

The Loud Song – Nickelodeon International
Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters make for a crowded house. Thankfully this whimsical custom song highlights hijinks and comedic moments, and helps viewers retain the Loud children’s 11 names.

Honorable Mentions:
Acapella Theme Song Showdowns – Nickelodeon
Cyberchase: Monster Minutes – THIRTEEN productions for WNET
Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 Sponsorships Branded Content – Viacom/Nickelodeon

Best Shortform Content – Tweens 9-14
Winner: ASK LADY GAGA – Radio Disney
How to introduce Lady Gaga to the Radio Disney and Disney Channel audience? By showing her younger side and making her relatable to tweens via a fun set of questions she wouldn’t normally be asked like, “what color is your toothbrush?” We wanted these questions to evoke her personality and quirky side. The piece ran on all of Radio Disney’s digital/social platforms and on Disney Channel. On Radio Disney’s Facebook and Twitter, nearly 120,000 impressions were garnered.

Honorable Mentions:
Bad Baby – Toy Freaks/YouTube
Just Joking: Shorts – National Geographic Channel
Snake City with Simon Keys – Ep. 2 Super Cool Snakes! – National Geographic Channel

Best Shortform Content – Preschool
Winner: Through the Woods – Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Each beautifully animated episode features Rider and his beloved dog Wolfie exploring the woods, engaging with the creatures that they meet and inspiring young viewers to respect nature, get outside and make their own discoveries.

Honorable Mentions:
Crafty Creatures – Nickelodeon International
Melia and Jo – Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pixel Art Series – Nickelodeon International
YoBoHo HooplaKidz – BroadbandTV

Best Tween Show Exclusively for a Streaming Platform
Winner: YouTube, Music-Driven Tween Series, SpacePOP – Genius Brands International
This digital-first, short-form tween series launched on YouTube and has achieved more than 16 million channel views, 55,000 subscribers and 300,000 hours of content watched. What keeps viewers coming back? Infectious music-driven segments and continually expanding brand awareness via a robust slate of partners.

Honorable Mentions:
AG Life – Driver Digital Studios & American Girl
Just Add Magic – Amazon Prime

Best Use of Music in a Kids Series
Winner: Beat Bugs – Grace: a storytelling company
When you start with the Beatles, it’s hard to go wrong. But Josh Wakely, who worked for years to secure the licensing for his animated Beat Bugs does more than slot in the iconic music. Each episode features a cover of a Beatles song—from artists including Eddie Vedder, P!nk and Jennier Hudson—in effort to encourage young audiences to go forth in the world with love, empathy and understanding.

Honorable Mentions:
Party Animals – National Geographic Kids
Ready Jet Go! – Wind Dancer Films
Steven Universe – “Mindful Education” – Cartoon Network Studios

Brand Website
Winner:  Sprout Online – Sprout
Sprout’s digital-first strategies incent its audience to watch, play and engage with the brand across desktop and mobile platforms. Each series and campaign is launched with a bespoke digital strategy designed to enhance thematic values and reinforce brand messaging through original digital content and educational online games for series including Floogals (which generated 72,000 visitors to the show page) and Dot, which drew 94,000 page visits.

Honorable Mentions: – Nickelodeon – Nickelodeon

Winner: NJR Books – Nickelodeon
Nick Jr. Books is a collection of digital books featuring stories featuring Nick Jr characters, with unique interactive effects on every page. The books are customizable and an engaging way for kids to interact with each of the nine brands in the Nick App, including Spanish-language content and a rewards mechanism to encourage more reading.

Honorable Mentions:
Elmo Goes to School! – Sesame Workshop
Store Central App – Disney

Educational Series/Special
Xploration Awesome Planet – Steve Rotfeld Productions
Philippe Cousteau helms this riveting earth science series that explores our planet from the tops of the highest mountains to the depths of the deepest oceans. With a goal of advocating for conservation and preservation, the series this year launched its first-ever #StudentExplorer Contest whose winner won the opportunity to fly to Mexico and co-host a future episode with Cousteau, while tracking and swimming with whale sharks.

Lucky Dog with Brandon McMillan – Litton Entertainment
Viewers who catch animal trainer Brandon McMillan’s Saturday show on CBS are treated to not only an overload of adorable pooches, but a huge dose of good vibes and animal-welfare education watching him rescue hard-to-love dogs and turning them into the perfect pets.

Honorable Mentions:
Ask the StoryBots – JibJab Bros. Studios
Dr. Chris Pet Vet – Litton Entertainment
Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown – Litton Entertainment
Journey with Dylan Dreyer – Litton Entertainment
Sea Rescue – Litton Entertainment
The Wildlife Docs: Journey to Africa – Natural9 Entertainment

Educational Series/Special – STEM
Winner: The Powerpuff Girls – “Viral Spiral” – Cartoon Network Studios
CN worked with Scratch on a coding-themed ep of The Powerpuff Girls called “Viral Spiral,” coupled with “Make It Fly,” a free tutorial that shows young people how to create interactive animations and games using the Scratch global coding platform.

Honorable Mentions:
Octonauts – Silvergate Media
Ready Jet Go! – Wind Dancer Films
The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation – Litton Entertainment
Xploration DIY Sci – Steve Rotfeld Productions

Interstitial Series
Winner: TurfMutt – Litton Entertainment
Throughout the 2016-17 season, airing on CBS, Litton created a series of complementary animated videos for partners OPEI and Scholastic that were distributed in classrooms and via YouTube channels and taught students, teachers and families how to take better care of the green spaces around them and the importance of living landscapes.

Honorable Mentions:
Be Inspired – Disney
Kids’ Choice Awards 2017 Sponsorships Branded Content – Viacom/Nickelodeon
Litton/OPEI/Scholastic – Litton Entertainment
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Archie Spots – Nickelodeon International
The After Party Interstitial Series – Nickelodeon

Kids 2-11 Series
Winner: Octonauts – Silvergate Media
Octonauts, a team of adventurers who explore the world’s oceans, rescue aquatic creatures and protect their habitat an animated world that combines eye-popping visuals, submersive humor and pulse-quickening action to transport young children into an undersea universe. The series packs a feature film’s worth of action-adventure, comedy and character into a package bite-size enough for preschoolers, but easily enjoyed by their older siblings and parents.

Honorable Mentions:
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – Discovery Family/Hasbro Studios
Paradise Run – Nickelodeon and Stone & Company Entertainment
PAW Patrol – Spin Master Ltd.
Pig Goat Banana Cricket – Nickelodeon
Power Rangers Ninja Steel – Saban Brands
Sanjay & Craig – Nickelodeon
The Fairly OddParents – Nickelodeon

Mobile App – K6-11
Winner: Toca Hair Salon 3 – Toca Boca
Toca Hair Salon 3 builds on the popular kids franchise to create a rich experience that’s even more real for kids. Gender-neutral with a diverse range of characters, the app strives to remove unconscious biases. To date, the app has been downloaded more than 370,000 times.

Honorable Mentions:
NFL RUSH Gameday – NFL
Super Brawl World – Nickelodeon
The Nick App – Nickelodeon

Mobile App – Preschool
Winner: Hello Everybody – Music Together Worldwide
The Hello, Everybody app promotes musical interaction between parents and children and extends the value of the Music Together program for currently enrolled families. From preloaded songs to sing-along karaoke, the app is designed with developmentally appropriate activities and reached more than 7.2 million songs played in 2016.

Honorable Mentions: 
Budge World – Budge Studios
Dot. – The Jim Henson Company
Pocoyo Playset: Let’s move! – HITN Learning
Nick Jr. App (Android) – Nickelodeon
PINKFONG Mother Goose: Nursery Rhymes and Games! – SmartStudy
Ready Jet Go! – Wind Dancer Films
Sprout Playground – Sprout

Mobile App (Educational)
Winner: Code A Character – NickelodeonCoding can be a complicated and seemingly impossible skill to attain. In order to make this skill more attainable for kids, Nickelodeon launched an experience in the form of a game that offers an entry point to introduce them to coding. Nickelodeon Code a Character offers six unique levels, each with different gestures, environments and fun to be had.

Honorable Mentions: 
Pocoyo Playset: Let’s Move! – HITN Learning
Nature Cat’s Great Outdoors App – PBS KIDS
Nick Jr. App (Android) – Nickelodeon

Mobile App (Entertainment)
Winner: Nick Jr. App (Android) – Nickelodeon
Preschoolers can learn and play with characters from their favorite Nick Jr. shows via this app that’s packed with on-demand full episodes, short-form content and educational games, and easy ways to toggle among the content. The app averages 2.67 million visits per week and had 5.6 million total downloads in 2016.

Honorable Mentions: 
Angry Birds Blast – Rovio
My Little Pony Harmony Quest – Budge Studios
NOGGIN App (Android) – Nickelodeon

New Preschool Series
Winner:  Floogals – Sprout
The curiosity-driven CGI/live-action sitcom series-in-miniature turns the ordinary into the extraordinary and asks its audience to consider the details of our world as a hilarious trio of tiny aliens set about exploring in their own unique way. Clever writing and character development combined with photo-real CGI make the show a standout.

Honorable Mentions: 
Beat Bugs – Grace: a storytelling company
Ollie! The Boy Who Became What He Ate – Radical Sheep Productions
Rusty Rivets – Spin Master Ltd.
Splash and Bubbles – The Jim Henson Company

New Series for 6-11
Winner: Bottersnikes & Gumbles – CAKE
Based on the much-loved ‘70s children’s books by author S.A. Wakefield and illustrated by Desmond Digby, this series that airs internationally on Netflix combines stories of adventure and camaraderie with dazzling new CGI animation.

Honorable Mentions: 
Mighty Magiswords – Cartoon Network
The Bagel and Becky Show – Radical Sheep Productions
The Loud House – Nickelodeon
Weird But True! – Steve Rotfeld Productions

Online Game
Winner: Cyberchase: Save the Park! – THIRTEEN Productions for WNET
Cyberchase: Save the Park! extends the math and problem-solving goals of the PBS Kids series and challenges players to use skills including skip counting and spatial reasoning to solve increasingly difficult levels while under time constraints. Characters from the TV series provide continuity and have drawn more than 1.3 million game plays online and in the PBS Kids app.

Honorable Mentions: 
Legends of the Hidden Temple: Unlock the Past – Nickelodeon
Paw Patrol Tracker Jungle Rescue – Nickelodeon
Shimmer & Shine The Great Zahramay Falls Race – Nickelodeon
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Pizza Quest – Nickelodeon International in association with Workinman Interactive

Online Interactive Experience
Winner: Halloween 360 – Nickelodeon
Nick’s Ultimate Halloween Haunted House was the network’s first reality-style Halloween special, and its digital counterpart was all about creating an immersive, complementary feature for the special, then game-ifying it. On Facebook, the video garnered 1.2 million total views with more than 13,000 shares and a total reach of 5.7 million. On YouTube, the video added another 145,000 views.

Honorable Mentions: 
Kids’ Choice Awards – Nickelodeon
Kids Pick The President – Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon Slime Cup 2016 – Nickelodeon International
Nickelodeon Music Maker – Nickelodeon
PLAY 60 Challenge Virtual Field Trip at Super Bowl LI – NFL

Online Studio
Winner: Budge Studios
Budge Studios has had a big year. The release of the fourth app in its Miss Hollywood franchise (which collectively have been downloaded 18 million times); a new licensing deal with Hasbro for its apps featuring Transformers Rescue Bots and My Little Pony (collective 17 million downloads); and a rebranding and move to a new, more expansive HQ are just a few highlights.

Honorable Mentions: 
Driver Digital Studios
Nick and Nick Jr. Games Teams

Preschool Series
Winner: Fireman Sam – Mattel Creations
This preschool evergreen combines comedy, adventure and dramatic rescues to entertain young viewers and teach them about fire safety. Mattel amped up both the content and the messaging via its “Real Heroes” campaign, celebrated Sam’s 30th anniversary with the release of the Fireman Sam “Alien Alert” movie and supported season 10 of the show on both YouTube and with broadcast partners.

Honorable Mentions: 
Dot. – The Jim Henson Company
Nina’s World – Sprout
Octonauts – Silvergate Media
Peter Rabbit – Silvergate Media
Ready Jet Go! – Wind Dancer Films
Transformers Rescue Bots – Discovery Family & Hasbro Studios

Preschool/K2-11 Special
Winner: My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree – Discovery Family & Hasbro Studios
Themes of friendship and problem-solving are woven throughout this My Little Pony Equestria Girls special. To understand a new magical force they encounter, the ponies must look both outward and inward.

Honorable Mentions: 
Bunsen is a Beast “Beast of Friends” – Nickelodeon
Harvey Beaks – Nickelodeon
Terrific Trucks Save Christmas – Sprout
Thomas & Friends The Great Race – Mattel Creations

Song for a TV Series/Special/Movie
Ready Jet Go! – Wind Dancer Films
The infectious Ready Jet Go! theme song perfectly sets the tone for the series’ inquisitive, imaginative, “how things work” focus, whether characters are making a replica of the Northern Lights or creating a rocketship or robot.

Splash and Bubbles Theme Song – The Jim Henson Company
Music is an integral elements in this series from Henson Digital Puppetry Studio and helps underscore the essential contribution of Earth’s marine environments to the health of our planet – and ourselves, inspiring “conservation-readiness” for a new generation.

Honorable Mentions: 
Cirque du Soleil Junior, Luna Petunia, “Come Away With Me” – Saban Brands
Little People: Discover a Better World – Mattel Creations
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – “A Changeling Can Change” – Discovery Family & Hasbro Studios
Richard Dickerson & Jordan Cox: Om Nom Theme Song – Aether Entertainment

Soundtrack for TV Series/Special/Movie
Winner: Beat Bugs – Grace: a storytelling company
Universal Music’s Republic Records Beat Bugs was nominated for five 2017 Daytime Emmys—and its Beatles-drenched soundtrack is a big reason why. The music featured in the series featured on Netflix, a glorious collection of covers from the likes of Eddie Vedder and Jennifer Hudson, makes for a compelling soundtrack, released by Universal Music’s Republic Records.

Honorable Mentions: 
Wellie Wishers – Mattel Creations & Hasbro Studios
Odd Squad: Stop the Music – PBS KIDS

Tablet-Based App
Winner: Music Maker – Nickelodeon
While some music games have a competitive nature, this entry simply lets players create music with their favorite Nickelodeon characters. The app, which links each of eight characters to different musical instruments, has received more than 1.1 million game sessions.

Honorable Mentions: 
Disney Magic Kingdoms – Disney/Gameloft
Pocoyo Playset: Let’s Move! – HITN Learning
NOGGIN App (Android) – Nickelodeon
The Nick App – Nickelodeon

Winner: Smiling Squidward Plush – Viacom International Media Networks
Limited-edition plushes were part of the “Laugh Your Pants Off” SpongeBob campaign, and were given away via social media through a #Squidwardselfie contest where fans had to submit a pic of their best “resting squid face” for the chance to win.

Honorable Mentions: 
Legends Of The Hidden Temple Movie Press Kit/USB premium – Nickelodeon
Puppy Bowl promotional pack – Animal Planet

Tweens 9-14 Series
Winner:  Nat Geo WILD KiDS – National Geographic Channel
Packed with digital short-form and programming content such as cute animal stories, fun-loving vets, and brain teasers, the two-hour, tween-targeting Nat Geo Wild Kids block is where exploration meets adventure.

Honorable Mentions: 
The Next Step – Radical Sheep Productions
The Wildlife Docs: Baby Update – Natural9 Entertainment

Use of Video Promotion
Winner: Kuu Kuu Harajuku Music Video – Nickelodeon
Nick used series creator Gwen Stefani’s star power and signature sound to create a music video to help build buzz for her first-ever animated show. First published first to Stefani’s fan Facebook page, where it received 1.2 million views in 24 hours, the spot was then published to and the Nickelodeon app.

Honorable Mentions: 
Ever After High “Dragon Games” Stop Motion Music Video – Magnet Media Films
Ice Age Collision Course – McBeard / 20th Century Fox
Nick Girls Rule The World – Nickelodeon

Video Game
Winner: Nick Racing Stars – Nickelodeon
Nick takes first place in giving kids a console-like racing game experience featuring cross-property, fan-favorite characters All vehicles are customizable, with special features unlocked the further into the game. One of the most popular Nickelodeon HTML5 web games of all time, Nickelodeon Racing Stars has clocked 11.8 million game sessions and counting.

Honorable Mentions: 
Just Dance 2017 – Ubisoft
Super Brawl World – Nickelodeon
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Pizza Quest – Nickelodeon International in association with Workinman Interactive

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