Nickelodeon is a television network owned by Viacom, as well as the first children's television channel. It aired the original Oobi shorts as part of its Nick Jr. block from 2000 to 2002. It also simulcast several premieres of season 1 of Oobi.
There are many localized branches of Nickelodeon internationally. See the list of dubs for info on which foreign Nickelodeon stations aired dubs of Oobi.
Nickelodeon - The network's main channel. Oobi occasionally aired on weekday mornings.
Noggin - The main broadcaster of Oobi. Most episodes premiered on the channel.
Nick Jr. - A channel aimed entirely at preschool-aged viewers. Oobi reruns aired here from 2009 to 2013.
Nick 2 - A repackaged version of Nickelodeon for alternate time zones.
TeenNick - A channel targeted at adolescents.
Nicktoons - A channel that prominently features animated television series.
Nick HD - A high-definition simulcast feed of Nickelodeon.
Nick Jr. HD - A high-definition simulcast feed of Nick Jr.
Nick On Demand - The network's video-on-demand service. Oobi was featured here as part of the Noggin section.
TV Land - A channel targeted at adult audiences, based on Nickelodeon's Nick at Nite block.
Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids - A defunct channel that aired game shows and competition programs.
Nick.com - A website featuring videos, games, quizzes and more based on Nickelodeon shows.
NickJr.com - A website aimed at a younger audience that includes games, videos and more of Nick Jr. shows, such as Oobi.
TeenNick.com - The network's TeenNick website. It has not been fully redesigned since 2009.
Nicktoons.com - The network's Nicktoons website. Like TeenNick.com, it has not been fully redesigned since 2009.
Nick App - An app featuring content from Nick.com.
Nick Jr. App - An app featuring content from NickJr.com.
Noggin App - A mobile subscription service featuring Nick Jr. programs.
Other apps - Nickelodeon has produced many apps based on specific television series, as well as original games.