Nickelodeon has a long history of empowering kids and providing them with an opportunity to voice their opinionsNickelodeon viewers 'vote' for Obama Oct 21, 2008
Following in the success we've had with 'George Lopez' and 'Home Improvement,' this show has all the makings to be our next big hit for kids and parents on Nick at NiteNick at Night embraces 'Chris' Mar 03, 2008
The 'Kids' Vote' seems to work as a good barometer of the actual presidential vote because, developmentally, kids between the ages of 2 and 11 share the same opinions and outlooks as their parentsWatercooler Stories Oct 21, 2004
The 'Kids' Vote' seems to work as a good barometer of the actual presidential vote because, developmentally, kids between the ages of 2 and 11 share the same opinions and outlooks as their parentsNickelodeon's kids pick Kerry as president Oct 20, 2004
Roberts brings this character to life with just the right balance of comedy, quirkiness and heart as Addie journeys down the bumpy road of adolescenceNiece of Julia Roberts to make TV debut Aug 08, 2004
Cyma Zarghami is an Iranian-American cable television executive currently serving as the president of Nickelodeon and MTV Networks' Kids & Family Group.
Zarghami was born in Iran to an Iranian father, Ghoram, and a Scottish mother, Catherine. The family later moved to Canada and finally to Englewood, New Jersey in the United States. Zarghami has stated that as a child she "played a lot of sports, lacrosse mostly."
In 1980, Zarghami entered The University of Vermont in Burlington as an elementary education major, but later changed her major to English. She ultimately did not complete her degree, but was later awarded an honorary diploma by the University of Vermont College of Education and Social Services in 2000.