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Hippo TelevisionEdit

2016-2017Edit

After merging it's 5 channels and Leopard Networks to Hippo International, Hippo Television was formed to maintain the new DTV, Leopard Network and Topitoomay Sports channels.

A EntertainmentEdit

2010–2016Edit

A Entertainment 2010

A Entertainment is a parent company of film & TV assets of A Holdings launched in the 2010

Travels Broadcast SeriesEdit

1957-2010Edit

2010-2016Edit

UPN Broadcasting Ventures LimitedEdit

1994-1997Edit

In 1994, UPN Broadcasting Ventures Limited, a joint venture between BHC Communications and Paramount Pictures is launched with two stations: KCER-TV (launched 1980) and KEFL-TV (launched 1945) and headquarted in Benton, Arkansas.

KEFL Broadcasting CorporationEdit

1997-2009Edit

In 1997, UPN Broadcasting Ventures Limited is renamed KEFL Broadcasting Corporation and sold KCER-TV to Field Communications to merge to become KCER Television Corporation (Now as KCER Media ). In 2000, UPN was sold entirely to Viacom and in 2001, BHC Communications became Fox Television Stations. In 2003, Fox Television Stations spun off KEFL as an independent corporation.

2009-2016Edit

In 2009, KEFL Broadcasting Corporation introduce a new logo for the first time since 1997. In 2016, KEFL was bought by Crystal Holdings.

Capital Broadcasting JapanEdit

1950-1957Edit

1957-1962Edit

1962-2012Edit

2012-2016Edit

JBC CompanyEdit

1982–1991Edit

1991–2007Edit

2007–2010Edit

Jbc

2010–2016Edit

Jbcc

Japanese Broadcast CompanyEdit

1951–1962Edit

1962–2007Edit

2007–2016Edit

Jbc

Travels Canada FilmsEdit

1941-1968Edit

1968-1980Edit

TBS FilmsEdit

1980-2016Edit

1980-1982Edit

1982-1987Edit

1987-2002Edit

2002-2010Edit

2010-2016Edit

Japanese FilmsEdit

1921-1927Edit

1927-1933Edit

1933-1968Edit

1968-1980Edit

CBJ PicturesEdit

1980-1987Edit

1987-2002Edit

2002-2012Edit

2012-2016Edit

Digital PicturesEdit

  • Mountain in Japan.

1923-1930Edit

1930-1941Edit

1941-1948Edit

1948-1953Edit

1953-1963Edit

1963-1980Edit

DBC FilmsEdit

1980-1987Edit

1987-2002Edit

2002-2010Edit

2010-2012Edit

2012-2016Edit

WOW NetworkEdit

WOW Network (produced as "W-Oh-W Network") is a cable/satellite television company that owns Wow Network One and Wow Network Two. It used to be a cable/television network until it became incorporated in 1997. It is owned by the KIVO Television Group which also owns other cable networks and broadcast stations in the United States. Originally it was known as WOW Television until 1998.

As WOW TelevisionEdit

1978-1989Edit

Wownet1978

1989-1998Edit

Wownet1989

In 1989, WOW Television receives a new on-air look and the logo is now modernized.

As WOW NetworkEdit

1998-2007Edit

Wownet1999
Same as the previous logo, but the bars fully red colored, and the "WOW" has been changed to "wownetwork".

2007-2016Edit

Wownet2007

In 2013, Work Cable Networks merged to WOW Network. In September 2016, Wow Network's parent company Crystal Holdings merged WOW Network to it's parent company Crystal Entertainment.

Leopard EntertainmentEdit

1994-2016Edit

The Kislevi03one Group Edit

1997-2015 Edit

K031 Logo

2014-2015 Edit

A logo-97317

Anti-Bad People Group Edit

2015-2016 Edit

ABP Logo

Omar CompanyEdit

2012-2013Edit

Omar Company Logo

Topitoomay CompanyEdit

2013-2016Edit

Topitoomay Company Logo

KTYS Television CorporationEdit

1962-1976Edit

1976-1981Edit

1981-1989Edit

KEXZ Broadcasting Inc.Edit

1989-2003Edit

In 1997, KEXZ Broadcasting was acquired 25 precent by CBS/Group W.

Northland BroadcastingEdit

2003-2008Edit

In 2004, Northland Broadcasting was acquired 25 precent by Viacom Television Stations Group.

KIVO Television StationsEdit

2008-2011Edit

KIVO Television GroupEdit

2011-2016Edit

KIVO logo

In 2016, KIVO Television Group was bought by Fortner Digital Media Properties, after the stations were recently left abandoned after the removal of Kaylor Blakley following a string of incidents including DMCA violations, breaching trust agreements, insufficient funding, unresolved program disputes, and illegal operations of television broadcast equipment not certified by the Federal Communications Commission. After the stations were bought by Fortner Digital Media Properties, KIVO returned as an "almost-in-name" division of Fortner.

2016 (division of Fortner)Edit

JBC VideoEdit

1971-1980Edit

JBC Home VideoEdit

1980-1990Edit

1990-1995Edit

JBC Home EntertainmentEdit

1995-2001Edit

2001-2010Edit

2010-2011Edit

2011-2016Edit

Crystal Television NetworksEdit

Other predeccessorsEdit

  • DBC Home Entertainment
  • CBJ Home Entertainment
  • TBS Home Entertainment
  • DBC DVD
  • 2 Ways Cannon Media Group

Crystal EntertainmentEdit

2016-presentEdit

Metropolitan Media Group (d/b/a Polar Night Inc. until 2018)
Crystal Entertainment:

Crystal Pictures (Live Interactive (Adrenium Monsoon/Black Ship) | Live Asia | Others) | at studio | Leopard Films | Sirocco Dreams | Kislevi03one Pictures | Mirage World Films | Elk Format | Sanoma Media Netherlands/Belgium | Ballandi Multimedia | I Can Has Cheezburger? | Awarks Ctupo | A Studios | Mediaset UK Television9 | Bridge Media Productions (Predecessors)


Crystal Television:
Canada | UK | UK West | Mexico


JRG
John River Entertainment:

Alive Films (Revival of the art house film production company) | A manufactured-on-demand (MOD) DVD series | Teleamazonas Internacional (78%) | Kapow Pictures
Programming: Flashspot | A FashionTV block in Fashionista (a joint venture with Suius M&E Networks and Michel Adam Lisowski)


Xfire | Teletext service | A workout and nutrition-focused fitness mobile app | A dating service | hiscanal.com | Bull's Eye Inc and Minori | A revival of iFilm.com


Television channels:
Ozone | Hiscanal | Drama-focused programming block | A channel targeted for people in the 50+ age group | A weather channel | The revivals of Pivot and Versus | NDTV Good Times


Others:
A Greek food restaurant chain | A juice bar chain | Warner-Chilcott's production and research facilities in Puerto Rico | A possible revival of 20/20 Vision (UK) | A revival of Prana Film | A joint venture with Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation | 20% of Simba Content | A joint venture with S-inc, Itochu Corporation and Space Shower Networks

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MalaWorks Company Inc.
MalaWorks Entertainment:

Companies:Ben's Pictures | Ben's Programs Sevices | Ben's Animation | Ben's Animation Japan | Ben's Tad Movies | Ben's Music Films | Jaja Studios | The Malachi Studio | Ben's Interactive | Ben's Period (brand and group of consoles) | Black Cat Studios | LBS (Joint ventures MalaWorks, Laserium & FremantleMedia)


TV channels: Ben's Network | El Pol | BX | BXM | BXM Retro | BXX | Ben's Comedy | Ben's Drama | Ben's Movie Channel | Ben's Crime | Ben's Kids | Ben's Toons | Ben's Teen | Ben's Jr. | Ben's Goods | Ben's Family | Ben's Sports | Ben's Sports 2 | Ben's Sports News | Ben's Sports Extreme | Ben's Sports Classic | Ben's News | Ben's Classic Movies |Ben's Game Shows | Ben's Signature | Ben's Black | Ben's Lover | Ben's Soap | Ben's Mom | Ben's Horror | Ben's Mysteries | Ben's Action | Ben's Nature | Ben's Animals | Ben's Ecology | ShopBen's | Ben's Education | Ben's Documentary | Ben's Music | Ben's Music Rocks | Ben's Music Dance | Ben's Music Hits | Ben's Music Base | Ben's Music Classic | Ben's Westerns | Ben's Beyonds | Ben's Sci-Fi | Ben's SexTreme | Ben's SexTreme Soft | Ben's SexTreme Pride | Oilohouse | The Malachi Channel | The Malachi Channel 2 | Malachi Jr | The Malachi Channel XD | The Malachi 4Girls | El Malachi | The Malachi Anime Channel | The Malachi Retro Channel | Teen Mala | Malachi@nite | The Malachi Music | The Malachi Movie | Detix | KidShow (BXX block) | Ben's Greatest Morning (Litton)


MalaWorks Europe


MalaWorks Consumer Foods:
MalaWorks Snacks Company: MalaWorks Hypermarkets
Ben's Cola | Ben's Orange Juice | Ben's Milk | Ben's Water | Kid Cuisine (Piramca) (List of products) | Lunchables (Piramca) (List of products) | Kool-Aid (Piramca) | Ore-Ida Funky Fries (Piramca)
Ben's Restaurants: Canada | Israel | New Zealand | El Kadsre | Foopiia | Piramca | Malachi's Burger Shop
Sears Piramca: Kmart
Sears El Kadsre: Kmart


MalaWorks Theme Parks
Ben's Atlanta Park | Ben's Orlando Park | Ben's New York Park | Ben's Los Angeles Park | Ben's Buffalo Park | Ben's London Park | Ben's Beijing Park | Ben's Azara Park | Ben's El Kadsre Park | Ben's Tokyo Park


MalaWorks Publishing:
Ben's Books | Ben's Comics | Ben's Magazine


MalaWorks Music:
Ben's Records | Ben's Classic Records


Defunct:The Malachi Drama Channel | The Malachi Signatures | ben's32 | The Malachi Comedy Channel | Ben's-Pathé Communications Inc. | Ben's/Malachi Home Entertainment | Ben's Television


MalaWorks Company Inc.
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Forts-Cola Inc
Sodas: Forts-Cola | Light | Cherry | Splash | Orange | Blueberry | Vanilla | Lemon | Grape | Lime | Apple | Green Apple | Banana | Pineapple

Other products: Forts-Cola Remix

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Crystal Records | Bird Records 5


Television:
Jetix (International) | Cannon Network (On-screen logos) | Toonzak | Vision | SRC Network | Style | American Ninja Warrior Network | GoTV | Auction HD | Auction2 | WEO | Nostalgic (Nostalgique) | Jetix UK | SpaceToon USA 6 | Jetix Netherlands | Cloo8 | G4 8 | Dopamine | Glass Clock Sports | ROBLOX 1 | Vivo | Channel 6 | Lumix Sports | +1 | 10MTV 2 | 10MTV 310,11 | Kids+ | Lucky Kids11 | Minimax USA11 | 10MTV | Atv 1
Mediaset UK9: Canal 5 (Turbo) | Ginx TV | Nextreme Spice7 | Pink | Cube
Television stations: XPRM and XFRZ
Bought from Nextreme Entertainment: Nextreme Max


Other assets:
Computer Corporation Group | John River Media Center for Studies, Graphics & Media Training, Research, Analysis and Development | Havek | Irish Health Company | Roblox Consumer Products | Roadshow Interactive12 | Nitrome | Palm Hotels | Guild Cinemas | Gaumont Bachmann Cinéma & théâtres 4 | Village Books | Roadshow Comics | Echo Books | Talkwave FM | Roadshow FM | Benri | Radio Alex | Cannon Radio Italo | Nextreme Radio Spain | PLR International LP | Hollywood Video


Stakes: Nostalgic TV Partners (80%) | Atresmedia (34.97%)


Former:
Fuse Networks Australia (LifeStyle, 111 and Comedy sold back to Foxtel Networks) | Trace Partners | Atresmedia Cine & Digital | El Kadsreian Melody (used to own 52%) | Visioner Entertainment | Visioner Interactive | Leopard Movie Network | Leopard Holdings | Crystal Franks | AMG Television | AGH | The BBB Group | BBB Entertainment | A Entertainment | ToonScratch Pictures | Zbox | Thorn Group | Warner-Rovio Films | G4 Movies/Weed TV


2 A joint venture with Hyper Holdings and McDonald's Corporation.
3 A joint venture with Thorn Emi Studios.
4 A joint venture with Gaumont.
5 Formerly owned by MalaWorks and Thorn Emi Media Group.
6 A joint venture with Spacetoon Media. Owns 25% of the channel.
7 A joint ventue with Nextreme Entertainment.
8 A joint venture with Lava Lamp Entertainment.
9 A joint venture with Mediaset.
10 A joint venture with Disney-ABC Television Group.
11 A joint venture with AMC Networks.
12A joint venture with Village Roadshow Limited.

Metropolitan 2018
Polar Night 2017
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