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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 Entertainment is a parent company of film & TV assets of A Holdings launched in the 2010
Travels Broadcast SeriesEdit
UPN Broadcasting Ventures LimitedEdit
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
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.
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
Japanese Broadcast CompanyEdit
Travels Canada FilmsEdit
- Mountain in Japan.
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
In 1989, WOW Television receives a new on-air look and the logo is now modernized.
As WOW NetworkEdit
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.
The Kislevi03one Group Edit
Anti-Bad People Group Edit
KTYS Television CorporationEdit
KEXZ Broadcasting Inc.Edit
In 1997, KEXZ Broadcasting was acquired 25 precent by CBS/Group W.
In 2004, Northland Broadcasting was acquired 25 precent by Viacom Television Stations Group.
KIVO Television StationsEdit
KIVO Television GroupEdit
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 Home VideoEdit
JBC Home EntertainmentEdit
Crystal Television NetworksEdit
- DBC Home Entertainment
- CBJ Home Entertainment
- TBS Home Entertainment
- DBC DVD
- 2 Ways Cannon Media Group
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