Definitions for nickelodeonˌnɪk əˈloʊ di ən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
nick•el•o•de•onˌnɪk əˈloʊ di ən(n.)
an early jukebox that was operated by inserting nickels.
an early motion-picture theater, orig. with an admission price of one nickel.
Origin of nickelodeon:
a cabinet containing an automatic record player; records are played by inserting a coin
A coin-operated player piano (often elaborated with percussion, banjos, bells, whistles, and other musical instruments and noise-makers.
An American jukebox operated by nickels.
A small neighborhood movie theater, popular in America in the early 20th century.
Origin: From nickel, the United States five-cent coin, and odeon, which is the Greek word for a theatre.
Nickelodeon Magazine was a children's magazine based on the Nickelodeon cable channel. Its first incarnation appeared in 1990, and was distributed at participating Pizza Hut restaurants; this version of the magazine only saw two issues. The magazine returned in Summer 1993 with different type of content, primarily humor and comics. Originally published on a quarterly basis, it switched to bi-monthly with the February/March 1994 issue. It then went to 10 times per year starting March 1995, with a bi-annual December/January and June/July issue.
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