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As Nickelodeon UK’s Digital Director, Suzie Adams oversees the overall digital strategy for the business seeking to engage audiences across the network’s website, mobile and app offerings. Suzie plans and develops digital content for Nickelodeon’s child and parent audiences including; experiences, games, clips from the network’s hit shows, exclusive competitions and behind-the-scenes extras. With a wealth of experience in kid’s entertainment, Suzie spent six years at The Walt Disney Company Ltd. before joining the Nickelodeon team.
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