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13-May-2017 21:00

She is taller, her hair longer, her wardrobe less boxy. It's a risky move for the Viacom-owned cable network to change such a cherished character.But her maturation allows Nickelodeon to expand the Dora franchise (including the "Go, Diego, Go! (Or links to them anyway.) They are your friends, friends, and though the work of many hands ¿ sometimes separated by oceans ¿ over many months, perhaps the purest, most direct expression of delight the Televisions has to offer. (Robert Lloyd)Teri Weiss, Nickelodeon's executive vice president of preschool programming, pointed to Dora's longevity and global appeal as indicative of why the gamble was worth taking."Aging-up a cartoon, especially one kids are so protective of, is not something you can necessarily do with every series," Weiss said.Dora Links has grown up a bit from her preschool adventures, and today is a chic tween.Some of the Web features are "locked" and require an in-game purchase (with real money) for access.

Older Dora is meant as a companion piece — an aspirational figure to little ones — according to creators Chris Gifford and Valerie Walsh Valdes, who also were behind the original show.Anne Mc Gihon in the House and Betty Boyd in the Senate sponsored the bill - House Bill 1086.It required the above-mentioned professionals “to maintain continuing professional competency in order to obtain renewal or reinstatement of a license or certificate to practice their respective profession in Colorado.” The statute mandates that the Social Work Board of Examiners at DORA adopt rules that would contain the following elements.In November 2008, Channel 5 had been set to launch a new children's channel based on its pre-school programming block.This was a response to the BBC launching The CBBC Channel and CBeebies in 2002 and ITV launching CITV in 2006, but plans to launch a standalone pre-school channel were put on hold indefinitely while the broadcaster awaited a buyer.

Older Dora is meant as a companion piece — an aspirational figure to little ones — according to creators Chris Gifford and Valerie Walsh Valdes, who also were behind the original show.

Anne Mc Gihon in the House and Betty Boyd in the Senate sponsored the bill - House Bill 1086.

It required the above-mentioned professionals “to maintain continuing professional competency in order to obtain renewal or reinstatement of a license or certificate to practice their respective profession in Colorado.” The statute mandates that the Social Work Board of Examiners at DORA adopt rules that would contain the following elements.

In November 2008, Channel 5 had been set to launch a new children's channel based on its pre-school programming block.

This was a response to the BBC launching The CBBC Channel and CBeebies in 2002 and ITV launching CITV in 2006, but plans to launch a standalone pre-school channel were put on hold indefinitely while the broadcaster awaited a buyer.

Some of its current programmes include Peppa Pig, Thomas and Friends, Paw Patrol, Dora and Friends and many more.