Nick News with Linda Ellerbee
Summary: Nick News with Linda Ellerbee, now in its 19th year, is the longest-running kids' news show in television history and has built its reputation on the respectful and direct way it speaks to kids about the important issues of the day. Nick News has received eight Emmy wins for outstanding children's programming.
This Nick News special deals with hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and presents both sides of a complicated issue that affects kids and adults.
In this special, we get to know some of the approximately 60,000 US kids who tackle the challenge of living without sight every day, every moment.
If you think your siblings are annoying , wait until youhear what the stars say about have to say about theirs. Don't miss Romeo, Tony Hawk, and Buddy Valastro on Nick News: Top 10 Annoying Things My Siblings Do, Monday night at 8 on Nick!
Nick News explores what it's like to be an American kid living with HIV/AIDS today.
Nick News will take kids' questions directly to the presidential candidates and feature their responses in this fall special, along with bios on all of the candidates.
On this episode of Nick News, the kids pick the president, asking the tough questions that matter to them.
Child trafficing is an international problem affecting millions of people and many countries around the world. From New York, Linda Ellerbee shines a light into child slavery in Ghana.
The circus, the zoo, the horse race, the rodeo. It can be fun, even exciting to watch animals do tricks. But, is it fair to use other animals for our entertainment? Kids discuss their views on animals being used for our own amusement.
May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month! There are many different cultures, religions, and ethnicities that make up this group, Nick News gets friendly with some of these amazing people!
Nick News takes an inside look at some of the young Olympic Hopefuls for 2012.
When schools lose funding towards their education, can the students step up to save the day?
The world's biggest stars started their careers with some major flops. How do we learn from our failures to push forward and succeed?
What happens when we take all technology away from kids for two weeks? Can they survive without cell phones, television, computers, microwaves, etc?
Millions of American kids go to bed hungry every night and the number is increasing as the US faces economic crisis. Not surprisingly, kids are finding ways to help, through traditional means and more creative approaches.
Wild animal encounters with humans are on the rise. Who's to blame? If humans encroach on animal territory, do we have the right to control their access to what was their land? What's best for the animals?