List of assets owned by 21st Century Fox

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These are assets formerly owned by 21st Century Fox before its acquisition by The Walt Disney Company.

Fox Entertainment Group[edit]

Television[edit]

Endemol Shine Group[edit]

(50% share)

  • Endemol
  • EndemolShine Nordics, Nordic production company[10]
    • Mag5 Content AB (Sweden)
    • Metronome Post AB (Sweden)
    • Heartland ApS (Denmark)
    • Metronome Spartacus AB (Norway)
    • Rubicon TV AS (Norway)
    • Metronome Productions A/S (Denmark)
    • Endemol Shine Finland (Finland)
    • STO-CPH Produktion AB (Sweden)
    • Meter Television AB (Sweden)
    • Filmlance International AB (Sweden)
    • Studios A/S (Denmark)[11]
  • EndemolShine North America[12]
  • EndemolShine Germany[13]
    • Florida TV
    • META Productions
    • Wiedemann & Berg Filmproduktion
    • Herr P. GmbH
    • Jukers Media
  • EndemolShine UK[14]
  • EndemolShine India (joint venture with CA Media)
  • EndemolShine Iberia[17]
    • Gestmusic
    • Zeppelin TV
    • Diagonal TV
    • Tuiwok Estudios
    • Telegenia
    • Shine Iberia
    • Endemol Portugal
  • EndemolShine Nederland[18]
    • NL Film & TV
    • Simpel Media
  • WeiT Media (Russia)[19]
  • EndemolShine Italy[18]
    • YAM112003
  • EndemolShine Australia
    • EndemolShine Banks (joint venture with Imogen Banks)[20]
  • EndemolShine Middle East[21]
  • EndemolShine China[22]
  • EndemolShine Beyond
  • Shine TV
  • Shine 360°, licensing division
  • Shine International, international sales and distribution arm
  • Shine Network, unscripted formats division
  • children production co-venture with Teletubbies and In The Night Garden co-creator Andrew Davenport[23]
  • Shine Digital – digital media
  • Shine 360° – commercialisation of properties belonging to the group

Fox Networks Group[edit]

  • Fox Networks Digital Consumer Group - Non-linear online video services including FX Now, Fox Now, Nat Geo TV and Fox Sports Go
  • FoxNext - dual reporting with the other report line was to 20th Century Fox; video games, virtual reality, theme park and attraction designs[7]

Fox Television Group[edit]

Fox Television Stations Group[edit]

Fox News Group[edit]

National Geographic Partners[edit]

A joint venture partnership with National Geographic Society in which Fox owned 73%[24][30]

Fox Cable Networks[edit]

Fox Sports Media Group[edit]

Cable assets[edit]

Direct broadcast[edit]

Content libraries[edit]

Other assets[edit]

Former assets[edit]

Sold[edit]

Defunct[edit]

Spun off (Fox Corporation)[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ "EndemolShine Nordics". EndemolShine Group.
  11. ^ "Studios A/S: Private Company Information". Bloomberg.
  12. ^ "Endemol Shine North America". Endemol Shine North America.
  13. ^ "Unsere Tochterfirmen under Joint Ventures". Endemol Shine Germany.
  14. ^ "Endemol Shine UK Labels". Endemol Shine UK.
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  17. ^ "Endemol Shine Iberia Companies". Endemol Shine Iberia.
  18. ^ a b "EndemolShine Nederland". EndemolShine Group.
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  21. ^ "EndemolShine Middle East". EndemolShine Group.
  22. ^ "EndemolShine China". EndemolShine Group.
  23. ^ Shine Group. Businesses. 21cf.com Accessed on August 19, 2013
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