51 Minds Entertainment
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51 Minds Entertainment (or Fifty One Minds Entertainment) is a production company specializing in reality TV, known for their "celebreality" programs on VH1. It was created in 2004 as a merger between Cris Abrego's 51 Pictures (formerly Brass Ring Entertainment) and Mark Cronin's Mindless Entertainment. In 2005, the company signed a two year, seven series production deal with VH1. The company has been credited in helping revive VH1 ratings during this time. In 2008, 51% in the company was purchased by Endemol.
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