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AMC Networks International

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Formerly called  Chellomedia
Headquarters  London
Industry  Entertainment
Founded  1991
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Type  Subsidiary of AMC Networks
Products  Television, motion pictures
Divisions  AMC Networks International UK AMC Networks International Central Europe AMC Networks International Iberia AMC Networks International Asia-Pacific AMC Networks International Latin America AMC Networks International DMC
Website  www.amcnetworks.com/amcni
Parent organizations  AMC Networks, Liberty Global
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AMC Networks International (formerly Chellomedia) is an international media company and distributor of channels, content and video services. The division’s operating companies and business units currently own and operate in joint venture a total of 68 branded TV channels and run a suite of digital, on demand and broadband services in Europe. On aggregate, its channels and feeds reach 382 million homes. AMC Networks International also provide a set of advanced digital services, such as ad sales and broadcast solutions to international channel operators.

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The company was originally named Chellomedia and was part of Liberty Global. In 2013, it was sold to AMC Networks and was renamed AMC Networks International.

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History

On July 31, 2012, Chellomedia purchased MGM Networks, Inc. from MGM while MGM retaining its US, Canada, UK, Germany and joint ventures in Brazil and Australia. Chellomedia has licensed the MGM brand and content to continue on the purchased MGM channels.

On May 21, 2013, it was announced that Liberty Global had put Chellomedia up for sale. Liberty agreed on October 28 to sell Chellomedia to AMC Networks for $1.035B, except for its Benelux unit. The purchase was completed on February 2, 2014.

On July 8, 2014, Chellomedia was renamed AMC Networks International. In November, AMC Networks renamed the European MGM Channel to AMC.

Business units

AMC Networks International runs its businesses through six business units:

  • AMC Networks International UK (EMEA)
  • AMC Networks International Central Europe
  • AMC Networks International Asia-Pacific
  • AMC Networks International Latin America
  • AMC Networks International Iberia
  • DMC
  • Channels

  • AMC (Africa and Middle East)
  • AMC (Asia)
  • AMC (Europe)
  • AMC Latinoamérica
  • A&E (Spain and Portugal) joint venture with A+E Networks UK
  • Biggs joint venture with NOS
  • Canal Buzz
  • Canal(á)
  • Canal Cocina
  • Canal Ella
  • Canal de História joint venture with A+E Networks UK
  • Canal Hollywood joint venture with NOS
  • Canal Panda joint venture with NOS
  • CBS Action joint venture with CBS Studios International
  • CBS Drama joint venture with CBS Studios International
  • CBS Europa joint venture with CBS Studios International
  • CBS Reality joint venture with CBS Studios International
  • Cinematk
  • Crimen & Investigación joint venture with A+E Networks UK
  • Cosmopolitan TV
  • Decasa
  • El Garage TV
  • elgourmet
  • Europa-Europa
  • EVA
  • Extreme Sports Channel
  • Film & Arts
  • Film Café
  • Film Mania
  • Horror Channel joint venture with CBS Studios International
  • JimJam joint venture with HIT Entertainment
  • Más Chic
  • Megamax
  • Minimax
  • MOV joint venture with NOS
  • Canal Natura
  • Odisseia
  • OBN
  • Outdoor Channel EMEA joint venture with Outdoor Channel Holdings Inc.
  • Sol Música
  • Somos TV
  • Sport 1
  • Sport 2
  • Sport M
  • Spektrum TV
  • Spektrum Home
  • SundanceTV France
  • SundanceTV Latinoamérica
  • TV Paprika
  • XTRM
  • References

    AMC Networks International Wikipedia


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