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July 29th
12:24 AM
Dear Nickelodeon,
I really appreciate what you’ve done by re-airing your 90s programming in The 90s Are All That. We all do, all of us twenty-somethings reliving our childhoods. But I find your lack of faith in us as a target market a little saddening. You air this awesome programming at midnight, on a channel that isn’t always part of a basic cable package, when you could be getting even more viewers airing these shows a couple hours earlier on your regular Nick channel. See, we’re twenty-somethings and that means that a lot of us now have jobs that may make it impractical to stay up late on weeknights and bills that may make it impractical for us to spend money on specialty cable channels. But as twenty-somethings we’re also now a legitimate consumer group. We can vote. We can probably satisfy your advertisers better than younger age groups. Why not engage us further?
Why not take a chance and bring The 90s Are All That to a time slot and channel that will bring you more viewers?
Sincerely, a 21-year-old Snick lover who’s grateful to have access to TeenNick and The 90s Are All That

Dear Nickelodeon,

I really appreciate what you’ve done by re-airing your 90s programming in The 90s Are All That. We all do, all of us twenty-somethings reliving our childhoods. But I find your lack of faith in us as a target market a little saddening. You air this awesome programming at midnight, on a channel that isn’t always part of a basic cable package, when you could be getting even more viewers airing these shows a couple hours earlier on your regular Nick channel. See, we’re twenty-somethings and that means that a lot of us now have jobs that may make it impractical to stay up late on weeknights and bills that may make it impractical for us to spend money on specialty cable channels. But as twenty-somethings we’re also now a legitimate consumer group. We can vote. We can probably satisfy your advertisers better than younger age groups. Why not engage us further?

Why not take a chance and bring The 90s Are All That to a time slot and channel that will bring you more viewers?

Sincerely,
a 21-year-old Snick lover who’s grateful to have access to TeenNick and The 90s Are All That

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