AMC Networks International

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AMC Networks International
Type Subsidiary of AMC Networks
Industry Entertainment
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Products Television, motion pictures
Parent AMC Networks
Divisions AMC Networks International Zone
AMC Networks International Central Europe
AMC Networks International Iberia
AMCNI Asia-Pacific
AMCNI Latin America
AMCNI DMC
Website www.amcnetworks.com/amcni

AMC Networks International (formerly Chellomedia), the global division of AMC Networks, is a leading international media company and distributor of channels, content and video services.[1] 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.[2] AMC Networks International also provide a set of advanced digital services, such as ad sales and broadcast solutions, to a portfolio of leading international channel operators.

AMC Networks International runs its businesses through six business units:

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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.[3][4]

On May 21, 2013, it was announced that Liberty Global had put Chellomedia up for sale.[5] Liberty agreed on October 28 to sell Chellomedia for $1.035B except for its Benelux unit to AMC Networks.[6] The purchase was completed on February 2, 2014.[7]

On July 8, 2014, Chellomedia was renamed AMC Networks International.[8][9][10]

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