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A great year for live event television apparently extends to kid-friendly kudocasts.
Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards telecast Saturday drew its second largest aud to date--7.6 million--including 3.7 million kids under 12, according to preliminary Nielsen estimates.
The only larger crowd for the show was last year's 7.7 million, while the 2008 time-in (7.4 million) now stands as the third most popular Kids' Choice Awards in its 23-year history.
Numbers continue a strong season for live programming, as auds seem to be unifying around events like awards shows and sports in an era when they can watch episodes of entertainment series at any time. This year's …