In a world where technology dominates our lives, it’s refreshing to see a group of teenagers who reject its hold. These teens have become known as the “Tech Rejects,” and they’re becoming more prevalent across the globe.
Nick News correspondent Tejas Hullur has been exploring another issue – the growing housing shortage in America. The solution? 3D printed homes, prefab/prebuilt homes, and other environmentally sound structures. Hullur’s in-depth coverage looks at the advantages and challenges facing these new methods of building homes.
Another interesting piece on Nick News features interviews with first-generation American kids, who share their experiences navigating both American and their native cultures. Viewers can hear firsthand what it’s like to grow up with dual identities and how these kids manage to find common ground between two cultures.
For those looking for something lighter, there’s a profile on YouTuber SeanDoesMagic. This Amazing Kid shares his life story and a message of perseverance that helped him become a social media star.
Nickelodeon’s Nick News has a long history of delivering high-quality journalism to its viewers, earning ten Emmys, a Peabody, a Columbia DuPont, and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award. The show has always respected its kid audience by explaining world events in a direct way and ensuring kids are given a platform to voice their opinions. The show made its triumphant return in 2020 with an hour-long presentation called Kids, Race, and Unity: A Nick News Special, hosted by Alicia Keys. Executive produced by Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson, Vice President of News Programming at Nickelodeon, Nick News continues to offer insightful and thought-provoking content for kids.