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DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures (also known as DreamWorks
DreamWorks
SKG or DreamWorks Studios, commonly referred to as DreamWorks, trading as Storyteller Distribution Co., LLC) is an American film production label of Amblin Partners. It was founded in 1994 as a film studio by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg
Jeffrey Katzenberg
and David Geffen (together, SKG), of which they owned 72%. The studio was formerly distributing its own and third-party films by itself. It has produced or distributed more than ten films with box-office grosses of more than $100 million each. In December 2005, the founders agreed to sell the studio to Viacom, parent of Paramount Pictures. The sale was completed in February 2006 (this incarnation is now named DW Studios). In 2008, DreamWorks announced its intention to end its partnership with Paramount and signed a $1.5 billion deal to produce films with India's Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group,[2] recreating DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures into an independent entity. The following year, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
entered into a distribution agreement with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, wherein Disney would distribute DreamWorks
DreamWorks
films through Touchstone Pictures; the deal continued until 2016. As of October 2016, DreamWorks' films are marketed and distributed by Universal Pictures. Currently, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
operates out of offices at Universal Studios. DreamWorks' animation arm, DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
(which currently owns the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
trademarks), was spun off in 2004, and as of August 2016 is a subsidiary of NBCUniversal.[3] Spielberg's company continues to use the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
trademarks under license from Universal Studios.[4][5]

Contents

1 History

1.1 DreamWorks
DreamWorks
SKG: original founding 1.2 Paramount ownership 1.3 Reliance-Spielberg joint venture 1.4 Amblin Partners
Amblin Partners
venture

2 Logo 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] DreamWorks
DreamWorks
SKG: original founding[edit] The original company was founded following Katzenberg's resignation from The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
in 1994. Jeffrey Katzenberg
Jeffrey Katzenberg
approached Steven Spielberg
Steven Spielberg
and David Geffen about forming a live-action and animation film studio, which had not been done in decades due to the risk and expense. They agreed on three conditions: They would make fewer than nine movies a year, they would be free to work for other studios if they chose, and they would go home in time for dinner. They officially founded DreamWorks
DreamWorks
SKG in October 1994, with financial backing of $33 million from each of the three partners and $500 million from Microsoft
Microsoft
co-founder Paul Allen.[citation needed] Their new studio was based at offices in the Universal Studios
Universal Studios
lot, previously occupied by Amblin Entertainment. Despite access to sound stages and sets, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
preferred to film motion pictures on location. Usually, the company would film in a soundstage or set in a major studio. As of 2016, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
is still based in Universal.[citation needed] In December 1994, DreamWorks Television
DreamWorks Television
was formed after DreamWorks agreed to a $200 million seven-year TV production joint venture with the Capital Cities/ABC.[6] The company was set up to produce series for broadcast network, cable channels and first run syndication with no first look for the ABC network, but financial incentives favored ABC.[7] The first show, Champs, was scheduled as a mid-season replacement for ABC. Dan McDermott was named division chief executive in June 1995.[8] DWTV's first success was Spin City
Spin City
on ABC.[7] The Walt Disney Company bought Capital Cities/ABC in February 1996.[9] In 2002, the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
joint venture agreement with ABC ended. That agreement was replaced by a development agreement with NBC
NBC
with a first look clause.[7] In 2013, DreamWorks Television
DreamWorks Television
merged with Amblin Television. In 1995, traditional animation artists from Amblimation joined the new studio, which led to DreamWorks
DreamWorks
buying part of Pacific Data Images, a company specializing in visual effects, and renaming PDI/DreamWorks. Both were software divisions, and would merge later on. For then, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
had the traditional animators working for their animation department, and the computer animators worked on CG films. Amblimation would be shut down shut down in 1997, leading the staff to join DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Animation.[citation needed] The same year, DreamWorks Interactive, a computer and video game developer, was founded. On February 24, 2000, Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts
announced the acquisition of DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Interactive and merged it with EA Pacific
EA Pacific
and Westwood Studios to form EA Los Angeles, now DICE Los Angeles.[citation needed] In 1996, the company's record label, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Records, was founded, the first project of which was George Michael's Older album. The first band signed to the label was eels, who released their debut album Beautiful Freak
Beautiful Freak
in 1997. The record company never lived up to expectations, though, and was sold in October 2003 to Universal Music Group, which operated the label as DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Nashville. That label was shut down in 2005 when its flagship artist, Toby Keith, departed to form his own label.[10] In 1997, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures released its first three feature films, The Peacemaker, a film about terrorism; Amistad, Spielberg's first film for the studio about an African slave rebellion and the aftermath of the massacre; and MouseHunt, the studio's first family film about two brothers trying to fight a mischievous mouse.[citation needed] In 1998, the United States
United States
9th Circuit Court of Appeals
9th Circuit Court of Appeals
upheld a lawsuit against DreamWorks
DreamWorks
for trademark infringement by Dreamwerks Production Group, Inc.,[11] a company mostly specializing in Star Trek conventions.[12] The same year, PDI/ DreamWorks
DreamWorks
produced its first full-length animated features, Antz
Antz
and The Prince of Egypt, which were distributed by DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures. DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures continued to distribute PDI/ DreamWorks
DreamWorks
productions through their distribution name until 2004. In 2000, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
was planning in building a studio backlot after buying 1,087 acres of land in the Playa Vista area in Los Angeles. It was to be complete with 18 sound stages, with many office buildings and a lake. There would also be new homes, schools, churches, and museums. The project was to be completed in 2001, but was cancelled for financial reasons.[13] Starting in 1999, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
won three consecutive Academy Awards for Best Picture for American Beauty, Gladiator and A Beautiful Mind (the latter two were co-productions with Universal Pictures). The same year, Go Fish Pictures, a division of DreamWorks
DreamWorks
that produced and distributed arthouse, independent and foreign films, was founded. The division experienced success with the anime films Millennium Actress
Millennium Actress
and Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence in 2003 and 2004, respectively, which led them to venture into releasing live-action films, with the release of The Chumscrubber. However, The Chumscrubber was a commercial and critical failure, which led DreamWorks
DreamWorks
to shut down the division in 2007 shortly after the release of Japanese film Casshern.[citation needed] For the period beginning October 1, 2004 to January 31, 2006, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
films were distributed in the domestic theatrical and worldwide television market by DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures and in international theatrical and worldwide home entertainment markets by Universal Pictures.[14] In 2004, DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
was spun off into a separate public company. David Geffen admitted that DreamWorks
DreamWorks
had come close to bankruptcy twice. Under Katzenberg's watch, the studio suffered a $125 million loss on Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas,[15] and also overestimated the DVD demand for Shrek
Shrek
2.[16] In 2005, out of their two large budget pictures, War of the Worlds was produced as a joint effort with Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures
which was the first to reap a significant amount of profits, while The Island bombed at the domestic box office but turned a profit after being released elsewhere.[15] Paramount ownership[edit] In December 2005, Viacom, parent of Paramount Pictures, agreed to purchase the live-action studio, still keeping the original name and producing/distribution name. The deal was valued at approximately $1.6 billion, an amount that included about $400 million in debt assumptions.[17] The company completed its acquisition on February 1, 2006.[18] On March 17, 2006, Viacom
Viacom
agreed to sell a controlling interest in the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures live-action library to Soros Strategic Partners and Dune Entertainment
Entertainment
II.[19] The film library was valued at $900 million. Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures
retained the worldwide distribution rights to those films, as well as various ancillary rights, including music publishing (the music publishing rights were later licensed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing
Sony/ATV Music Publishing
when the company acquired Viacom's Famous Music subdivision), sequels and merchandising. The sale was completed on May 8, 2006.[20] On February 8, 2010, Viacom repurchased Soros' controlling stake in the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures library for around $400 million.[21] Reliance-Spielberg joint venture[edit] In June 2008, Variety reported that DreamWorks
DreamWorks
was looking for financing that would allow it to continue operations, but as a independent production company, once its deal with Paramount ended later that year.[22] Several public equity funds were approached for financing, including Blackstone Group, Fuse Global, TPG Capital, and several others, but all passed on the deal given their understanding of the Hollywood markets. In September 2008, Variety reported that DreamWorks
DreamWorks
closed a deal with Indian investment firm Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group to create a stand-alone production company and end its ties with Paramount.[23][24] In January 2009, Spielberg entered a licensing agreement with DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
to use the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
trademarks, logo, and name for film productions and releases.[25] The Viacom-owned DreamWorks
DreamWorks
was then renamed DW Studios. On February 9, 2009, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures entered into a long-term, 30-picture distribution deal with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, by which DreamWorks' films would be released through the Touchstone Pictures banner.[26] The deal also included co-funding via a loan by Walt Disney Studios to DreamWorks
DreamWorks
for production and access to slots in Disney's pay television agreement then with Starz.[26] The agreement was reported to have come after negotiations broke off with Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures
just days earlier.[27] DreamWorks
DreamWorks
raised $325 million from Reliance Entertainment
Entertainment
and an additional $325 million in debt in 2009.[1] DreamWorks' initial movies with Disney, I am Number Four, Cowboys & Aliens and Fright Night failed, while The Help, Real Steel
Real Steel
and Spielberg's War Horse had success at the box office. This left DreamWorks
DreamWorks
so financially drained that by 2011, the company was seeking additional funding from Reliance. Reliance gave a $200 million investment in April 2012. Under the deal, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures scaled back production to three films per year and sought co-financiers on big budget films, such as 20th Century Fox, who co-financed Lincoln. The company continued to utilize Disney's marketing unit.[1] In August that year, after renegotiating their agreement with Disney, DreamWorks formed a deal with Mister Smith Entertainment
Entertainment
to distribute their films in EMEA, while Disney would continue to distribute in North America, Latin America, Australia, Russia, and some territories in Asia.[28] Amblin Partners
Amblin Partners
venture[edit] In September 2015, it was reported that DreamWorks
DreamWorks
and Disney would not renew their distribution deal, set to expire in August 2016,[29][30] with The Light Between Oceans being released in September as the final DreamWorks
DreamWorks
film distributed by Disney under their original distribution agreement.[31] During that time, DreamWorks
DreamWorks
was in early negotiations with Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures
to distribute its upcoming films.[29][30] The contract allowing Spielberg to license the DreamWorks
DreamWorks
name and logo from Jeffrey Katzenberg's DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
was set to expire on January 1, 2016, leading to media speculation that Spielberg would not renew the pact.[32] On December 16, 2015, Spielberg, Reliance, Entertainment
Entertainment
One and Participant Media
Participant Media
partnered to launch the content production company Amblin Partners,[33] relegating DreamWorks
DreamWorks
to a brand for adult-themed films produced under the new company.[33][34] In addition to DreamWorks, the new company also would produce films under the Amblin Entertainment
Entertainment
and Participant banners. On the same day, Amblin Partners
Amblin Partners
announced a five-year distribution deal with Universal, under which the company's films would be distributed and marketed by either the main Universal label or its specialty label, Focus Features.[35][36] The Girl on the Train was the first film released under the new agreement.[37] On February 15, 2017, Universal acquired a minority stake in Amblin Partners, strengthening the relationship between Universal and Amblin,[38] and reuniting a minority percentage of the DreamWorks Pictures label with DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Animation. Logo[edit] The DreamWorks
DreamWorks
logo features a boy sitting on a crescent moon while fishing. The general idea for the logo was the idea of company co-founder Steven Spielberg, who wanted a computer generated image. Illustrator Robert Hunt was commissioned to execute the idea as a painting, and he used his son as the model.[39] The logo was then turned into a motion graphic at Industrial Light & Magic, in collaboration with Kaleidoscope Films, Dave Carson and Clint Goldman.[40] It was animated by ILM animation supervisor Wes Takahashi.[41][42] Music accompanying the logo to start live-action DreamWorks
DreamWorks
movies was specially composed by John Williams; the DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
logo has music from the Harry Gregson-Williams/John Powell score for the 2001 film Shrek. The font is set in Minion Pro Black. See also[edit]

Greater Los Angeles portal Film portal Animation portal Companies portal

List of DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Pictures films Amblin Entertainment

References[edit]

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DreamWorks
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DreamWorks
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DreamWorks
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A subsidiary of NBCUniversal, a Comcast
Comcast
company

Feature films

Antz
Antz
(1998) The Prince of Egypt
The Prince of Egypt
(1998) The Road to El Dorado
The Road to El Dorado
(2000) Joseph: King of Dreams (2000) Shrek
Shrek
(2001) Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003) Shrek 2
Shrek 2
(2004) Shark Tale
Shark Tale
(2004) Madagascar
Madagascar
(2005) Over the Hedge (2006) Shrek
Shrek
the Third (2007) Bee Movie
Bee Movie
(2007) Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda
(2008) Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008) Monsters vs. Aliens
Monsters vs. Aliens
(2009) How to Train Your Dragon (2010) Shrek
Shrek
Forever After (2010) Megamind
Megamind
(2010) Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda
2 (2011) Puss in Boots
Puss in Boots
(2011) Madagascar
Madagascar
3: Europe's Most Wanted (2012) Rise of the Guardians
Rise of the Guardians
(2012) The Croods
The Croods
(2013) Turbo (2013) Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014) How to Train Your Dragon 2
How to Train Your Dragon 2
(2014) Penguins of Madagascar
Madagascar
(2014) Home
Home
(2015) Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda
3 (2016) Trolls
Trolls
(2016) The Boss Baby
The Boss Baby
(2017) Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017)

Produced with Aardman

Chicken Run
Chicken Run
(2000) Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) Flushed Away
Flushed Away
(2006)

Upcoming

How to Train Your Dragon 3
How to Train Your Dragon 3
(2019)

Franchises

Shrek
Shrek
(since 2001) Madagascar
Madagascar
(since 2005) Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda
(since 2008) Monsters vs. Aliens
Monsters vs. Aliens
(2009–14) How to Train Your Dragon (since 2010) Tales of Arcadia (since 2016)

TV series

Toonsylvania
Toonsylvania
(1998) Invasion America
Invasion America
(1998) Alienators: Evolution Continues (2001–02) Father of the Pride
Father of the Pride
(2004–05) The Penguins of Madagascar
Madagascar
(2008–15) Neighbors from Hell
Neighbors from Hell
(2010) Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2011–16) DreamWorks Dragons (2012–18) Monsters vs. Aliens
Monsters vs. Aliens
(2013–14) Turbo FAST
Turbo FAST
(2013–16) VeggieTales in the House
VeggieTales in the House
(2014–16) All Hail King Julien
All Hail King Julien
(2014–17) The Adventures of Puss in Boots
The Adventures of Puss in Boots
(2015–18) Dawn of the Croods
Dawn of the Croods
(since 2015) Dinotrux
Dinotrux
(since 2015) The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show (since 2015) Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh (since 2016) Noddy, Toyland Detective
Noddy, Toyland Detective
(since 2016) Trollhunters (since 2016) Voltron: Legendary Defender (since 2016) VeggieTales in the City (since 2017) Spirit
Spirit
Riding Free (since 2017) Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (since 2018) The Boss Baby: Back in Business (since 2018)

Upcoming

The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants
Captain Underpants
(2018) Harvey Street Kids (2018) 3 Below (2018) Wizards (2019)

Television specials

Shrek
Shrek
the Halls (2007) Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space (2009) Merry Madagascar
Madagascar
(2009) Scared Shrekless
Scared Shrekless
(2010) Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda
Holiday (2010) Madly Madagascar
Madagascar
(2013) Trolls
Trolls
Holiday (2017)

Short films

Shrek
Shrek
4-D (2003) Far Far Away Idol
Far Far Away Idol
(2004) The Madagascar
Madagascar
Penguins in a Christmas Caper (2005) First Flight (2006) Hammy's Boomerang Adventure
Hammy's Boomerang Adventure
(2006) Secrets of the Furious Five
Secrets of the Furious Five
(2008) B.O.B.'s Big Break (2009) Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon
Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon
(2010) Megamind: The Button of Doom (2011) Night of the Living Carrots
Night of the Living Carrots
(2011) Gift of the Night Fury
Gift of the Night Fury
(2011) Book of Dragons
Book of Dragons
(2011) Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters (2011) Puss in Boots: The Three Diablos (2012) Rocky and Bullwinkle (2014) Dawn of the Dragon Racers
Dawn of the Dragon Racers
(2014) Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll (2016)

People

Bill Damaschke Chris Meledandri Jeffrey Katzenberg

Subsidiaries

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DreamWorks
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Classics

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DreamWorks
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AwesomenessTV
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Filmography Awards and nominations

Films directed

Firelight (1964) Slipstream (1967) Amblin'
Amblin'
(1968) Night Gallery ("Eyes" segment, 1969) L.A. 2017 (1971) Duel (1971) Something Evil
Something Evil
(1972) Savage (1973) The Sugarland Express
The Sugarland Express
(1974, also wrote) Jaws (1975) Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
(1977, also wrote) 1941 (1979) Raiders of the Lost Ark
Raiders of the Lost Ark
(1981) E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
(1982) Twilight Zone: The Movie ("Kick the Can" segment, 1983) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
(1984) The Color Purple (1985) Empire of the Sun (1987) Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
(1989) Always (1989) Hook (1991) Jurassic Park (1993) Schindler's List
Schindler's List
(1993) The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) Amistad (1997) Saving Private Ryan
Saving Private Ryan
(1998) A.I. Artificial Intelligence
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
(2001, also wrote) Minority Report (2002) Catch Me If You Can
Catch Me If You Can
(2002) The Terminal
The Terminal
(2004) War of the Worlds (2005) Munich (2005) Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(2008) The Adventures of Tintin (2011) War Horse (2011) Lincoln (2012) Bridge of Spies (2015) The BFG (2016) The Post (2017) Ready Player One (2018)

Films written

Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies
(1973) Poltergeist (1982, also produced) The Goonies
The Goonies
(1985)

Films produced

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991) Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) Flags of Our Fathers (2006) Letters from Iwo Jima
Letters from Iwo Jima
(2006) Super 8 (2011) The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014)

Television

Amazing Stories (1985–87) High Incident
High Incident
(1996–97) Invasion America
Invasion America
(1998)

See also

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Steven Spielberg
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Majors

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Mini-majors

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Independent studios

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Independent financers

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Producer-owned independents

1492 Pictures American Zoetrope Apatow Productions Appian Way Productions Bad Hat Harry Productions Bad Robot Productions Blinding Edge Pictures Blumhouse Productions Bryanston Pictures Centropolis Entertainment Cheyenne Enterprises Davis Entertainment Di Bonaventura Pictures Fuzzy Door Productions Gary Sanchez Productions Ghost House Pictures GK Films ImageMovers Jim Henson Pictures Kennedy/Marshall Company Lightstorm Entertainment Plan B Entertainment Platinum Dunes Silver Pictures/Dark Castle

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Classics

Big Idea Entertainment Bullwinkle StudiosJV Harvey Entertainment

DreamWorks
DreamWorks
Channel Oriental DreamWorks[nu 2] DreamWorks
DreamWorks
New Media

AwesomenessTV[nu 3]

Big Frame

Fandango (70%) Focus Features

Gramercy Pictures

Illumination Entertainment

Illumination Mac Guff

NBCUniversal
NBCUniversal
Entertainment
Entertainment
Japan United International Pictures[nu 4] Universal Animation Studios Universal Playback Universal Pictures Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures
Home
Home
Entertainment Working Title Films

Universal Parks & Resorts

United States

Universal Studios
Universal Studios
Hollywood

CityWalk

Universal Orlando
Universal Orlando
Resort

Universal Studios
Universal Studios
Florida Universal's Islands of Adventure CityWalk

International

Universal Studios
Universal Studios
Japan Universal Studios
Universal Studios
Singapore Universal Studios
Universal Studios
Beijing

NBCU Cable Entertainment

Universal Cable Productions Craftsy
Craftsy
(major stake) Networks

Syfy USA Network

Lifestyle Group

Bravo E! Oxygen Universal Kids

NBCU Digital

Hulu[nu 5] Movieclips

NBCU Telemundo Enterprises

NBC
NBC
Universo Telemundo

Puerto Rico Studios Telemundo
Telemundo
TV Studios

Telemundo
Telemundo
Deportesw/ NBC
NBC
Sports Group

NBC
NBC
Sports Group

NBC
NBC
Sports Ventures

Alli

Golf Channel NBC
NBC
Sports Digital

GolfNow

NBC
NBC
Sports NBCSN Olympic Channel part owner

MLB Network NHL Network

NBC
NBC
Sports Regional Networks

Bay Area (45%) Boston California Chicago (20%) Northwest Philadelphia Washington SNY (8%)

NBCUniversal News Group

NBC
NBC
News NBCNews.com The Weather Channel[nu 6] MSNBC Peacock Productions

C NBC
NBC
global channels

CNBC C NBC
NBC
Africa (licensee) C NBC
NBC
Asia C NBC
NBC
Europe C NBC
NBC
Latin America C NBC
NBC
World

C NBC
NBC
Europe branches

Class C NBC
NBC
(20%) C NBC
NBC
Africa (licensee) C NBC
NBC
Arabiya CNBC-e C NBC
NBC
Nordic

C NBC
NBC
Asia branches

CNBC-TV18 C NBC
NBC
Australia C NBC
NBC
Awaaz C NBC
NBC
Hong Kong C NBC
NBC
Pakistan C NBC
NBC
Singapore Nikkei CNBC SBS-CNBC

NBCUniversal International Networks

13th Street Universal

Australia Benelux France Germany Spain

Bravo New Zealand Euronews[nu 7] Syfy
Syfy
Universal

Asia Australia Benelux France Germany Italy[nu 8] Latin America Poland Portugal Romania Russia Serbia Slovenia Spain United Kingdom

Diva Universal

Asia Italy Romania

Movies 24 Studio Universal

Latin America

Universal Channel

Asia Australia Germany Greece Japan Poland Turkey United Kingdom

Style Network

Australia

E!

Asia Australia Europe

NBC
NBC
Entertainment

NBC DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation
Television Stamford Media Center Universal Television

NBC
NBC
Broadcasting

Affiliate Relations NBCUniversal
NBCUniversal
Television Distribution

NBCU Owned TV Stations O&Os

NBC
NBC
Owned TV Stations

KNBC KNSD KNTV KXAS-TV WBTS-LD
WBTS-LD
& WYCN-CD WCAU WMAQ-TV WNBC WRC-TV WTVJ WVIT
WVIT
Other properties: Cozi TV

K15CU-D

LXTV New England Cable News

Telemundo Station Group

KBLR KDEN-TV KEJT-LP KHRR KNSD-DT20 KNSO[nu 9] KSTS KTAZ KTDO KTLM KTMD KVDA KVEA KXTX-TV WKAQ-TV WNEU WNJU WRDM-CD/WDMR-LP[nu 10] WRIW-CD WRMD-CD WSCV WSNS-TV WTMO-CD WWSI WWDT-CD WZTD-LD WZDC-CD[nu 10] Other properties: TeleXitos

Independent station

WZGS-CD

Other assets:

EMKA, Ltd. International Media Distribution PictureBox Films

Former/Defunct properties and predecessors:

Castle Films Chapman Entertainment Chiller CIC Video Cloo Comcast
Comcast
Network Esquire Network FilmDistrict G4 Good Machine Gramercy Pictures Harvey Films/Harvey Comics ITC Entertainment Interscope Communications Kitty Films Miss Universe[nu 11] Multimedia Entertainment MCA Inc. NBC
NBC
Weather Plus October Films Pacific Data Images PolyGram Filmed Entertainment Propaganda Films Seagram
Seagram
Company Ltd. Shift Seeso Total Television United Productions of America Universal HD ZGS Communications

^ Co-owned with The Amblin Group, Participant Media, Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment
Entertainment
One and Alibaba Pictures. ^ Co-owned with China Media Capital, Shanghai Media Group
Shanghai Media Group
and Shanghai Alliance Investment. ^ Co-owned with Hearst Communications
Hearst Communications
and Verizon Communications. ^ 50%, with Viacom's Paramount Pictures. ^ Co-owned with 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company
The Walt Disney Company
and Time Warner. ^ Co-owned with The Blackstone Group
Blackstone Group
and Bain Capital. ^ Co-owned with Media Globe Networks and European public broadcasters. ^ Co-owned with Mediaset. ^ The station is owned by NBCUniversal, but is controlled by Serestar Communications. ^ a b Operated by NBCUniversal
NBCUniversal
under a local marketing agreement. ^ Co-owned with The Trump Organization
The Trump Organization
before September 2015 sale to WME/IMG.

v t e

Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group
Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group
— commonly known as Reliance Group

Companies

Communication

Reliance Communications Zapak Java Green Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe

Power

Reliance Power Reliance Natural Resources Dhirubhai Ambani Solar Park

Infrastructure

Reliance Infrastructure Mumbai Metro
Mumbai Metro
One Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Airport

Knowledge

Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City Reliance Health

Media delivery channels

BIG Cinemas BIGFlix BIG FM 92.7 BIG Magic Reliance Digital TV BIGADDA BIG Star Entertainment
Entertainment
Awards

Media software

Reliance MediaWorks Reliance Entertainment Big CBS Prime Big CBS Spark Big CBS Love

Finance companies

Reliance Capital Reliance General Insurance Reliance Life Insurance Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group

Notable non-Indian companies

Lowry Digital Amblin Partners
Amblin Partners
(part)

Amblin Entertainment DreamWorks Amblin Television

Global Cloud Xchange Codemasters

Technological institute

Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT)

Notable people

Dhirubhai Ambani Anil Ambani Tina Ambani Lalit Jalan

See also: Template:Reliance Industries Limited

Coordinates: 34°09′26″N 118°17′06″W / 34.157326°N 118.285096°W / 34.157326;

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