Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 7: Hands On With Noggin, Nick’s New Kid-Friendly Streaming Service)


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Earlier this year, Viacom-owned kids’ network Nickelodeon announced its plans to enter the subscription video market with its own over-the-top streaming service aimed at the preschool crowd. Called Noggin, the service launched this March on iOS with a decent selection of titles, including a few popular names from the kids TV market, like “Blue’s Clues.”

The question now for parents is whether or not Nick’s entry is worth the additional investment, especially when many today are already paying for Netflix, Amazon Prime (which includes Prime Instant Video), and possibly Hulu.

Note: This is part 7 of an ongoing series of articles about cord-cutting in 2015. You can read Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5 and Part 6 here. 

As a recent cord cutter myself, I’m continually evaluating the increasing number of new options catering to those who are ditching their cable TV subscriptions in favor…

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