KIVO Television Group is a television broadcasting company located in Little Rock, Arkansas and is a division of Fortner Digital Media Properites through Crystal Entertainment with headquarters at McCain Mall in Sherwood, Arkansas that began in 1962 as KTYS Television Corporation. Unlike the commercial broadcasters, all of the stations (affiliated with either MyTV, QUAD, DirecTV, or Dish) and cable networks along with the programming are completely commercial-free.
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.
Subscription television company | Alive Films (Revival of the art house film production company) | A manufactured-on-demand (MOD) DVD series | Hiscanal Producciones Originales | Teleamazonas Internacional (78%) | International theatrical and home entertainment rights to Laserium-GBC Networks Europe's pre-2005 library in Argentina | A sports film division | Kapow Pictures | Nelvana's international offices in Tokyo Programming:Flashspot | RevoMusic | A FashionTV block in Fashionista (a joint venture with Suius M&E Networks and Michel Adam Lisowski)
JR Digital: 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
A radio station targeting women aged 30+
A Greek food restaurant chain | A juice bar chain | Warner-Chilcott's production and research facilities in Puerto Rico | A shopping cart and shelving manufacturer | A possible revival of 20/20 Vision (UK) | A revival of Prana Film | A joint venture with Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation | Tom Forman Productions | A paging systems company | 20% of Simba Content | A joint venture with S-inc, Itochu Corporation and Space Shower Networks
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2 A joint venture with Viacom and Turner Broadcasting System. 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 Owned with the estate and families of Jack and Dean Taylor, Hyper Holdings, Saban Brands, Disney-ABC Television Group and private investors. 11 Owned with AMC Networks. 12A joint venture with Village Roadshow Limited. 13 A joint venture with Disney Media Distribution, PBS members, CBS Corporation, NBCUniversal, Turner Broadcasting System and Fox Entertainment Group.
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