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Saban Capital Group, Inc.
Private corporation
Industry
  • Private equity
  • Entertainment
  • Media
  • Merchandising
  • Communications
Predecessor Saban Entertainment
Founded 2010; 8 years ago (2010)
Founder Haim Saban
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Haim Saban (Chairman, CEO)
Adam Chesnoff (President/COO)
Products
Divisions Saban Entertainment Group
Saban Films
Subsidiaries
Website saban.com

Saban Capital Group, Inc. is an American private equity investment firm based in Los Angeles, California focused on media, entertainment, and communications investments. Formed in 2010 by Haim Saban, Saban Capital Group owns Saban Brands,[1][2] part of Univision Communications,[3] and part of Celestial Tiger Entertainment.[4][5]

History[edit]

In October 2006, SCG's Saban Entertainment Group division announced the beginning of its virtual studio program for starting up and developing family entertainment.[6] In March 2007, Univision Communications was sold to Broadcasting Media Partners which includes Saban Capital Group, Madison Dearborn Partners, Providence Equity Partners, TPG Capital, and Thomas H. Lee Partners.[3] On October 17, 2011, Saban Capital Group acquired 7.5% stake in Jakarta-based Indonesian largest integrated media company, Media Nusantara Citra.[7][8][9] In July 2012, Saban Capital Group acquired minority stake in PT MNC Sky Vision Tbk, the largest pay-TV operator in Indonesia which owns Indovision and Top TV.[10] In June 2012, Kidsco Media Ventures LLC, a SCG affiliate, jointly with Konami's 4K Acquisition Corp. purchased some of the key assets of 4Kids Entertainment with Kidsco getting the Dragon Ball Z Kai, Cubix, Sonic X and The CW Network's Saturday Morning programming block contract rights.[11] In August 2012, Saban Capital Group launched a new music publishing division called "Music Ventures".[12]

On May 6, 2014, Saban Capital announced the launch of Saban Films, a distribution company that will acquire yearly 8 to 10 feature films for the North American market. Bill Bromiley from RLJ Entertainment was appointed president of this company as of Cannes Film Festival 2014.[13]

Saban Brands[edit]

On May 5, 2010, Saban Capital Group announced that it would start Saban Brands (SB), a successor company to Saban Entertainment dedicated to acquiring entertainment and consumer brands.[1] On May 12, 2010, it was announced that Saban Brands bought back the Power Rangers franchise from Disney for $43 million[14] and would produce a new nineteenth season of Power Rangers that began airing on Nickelodeon on February 7, 2011, with the previous 700 episodes being rerun on Nicktoons.[2][15] It was also announced that Saban Brands is in negotiations to buy three other brands.[16] On August 17, 2010, it was announced that Saban Brands bought Paul Frank Industries.[17][18]

On May 1, 2012, Kidsco Media Ventures LLC, an affiliate of Saban Capital Group, placed a bid to acquire some of 4Kids Entertainment's assets, including the US rights to the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise and The CW4Kids block, for $10 million.[19] 4K Acquisition Corp, a subsidiary of Konami, then placed a bid. On June 5, 2012, 4Kids commenced an auction between Kidsco and 4K Acquisition which was then adjourned so 4Kids, Kidsco, and 4K Acquisition could consider an alternative transaction.[20][21] On June 15, 2012, 4Kids filed a notice outlining a proposed deal in which its assets would be divided between Kidsco and 4K Acquisition which was finalized on June 26, 2012. The deal saw 4K Acquisition acquire the US rights to the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise and Kidsco acquire 4Kids' other assets including the agreements for Dragon Ball Z Kai, Cubix: Robots for Everyone, Sonic X and The CW Network's Saturday morning programming block.[22][23] On July 2, 2012, it was announced that Saban Brands, via Kidsco Media Ventures, would begin programming the block in the fall,[24][25][26][27] and on July 12, 2012 announced that the block would be named Vortexx, which launched on August 25, 2012 and ended on September 27, 2014.[28][29]

On June 12, 2012, it was announced that Saban Brands plans to reintroduce the Popples franchise with new merchandise in fall 2013.[30] On August 3, 2012, it was announced that Saban Brands acquired The Playforge, the development team behind App Store success stories Zombie Farm and Zombie Life.[31] On September 19, 2012, Saban Brands announced that they acquired Zui provider of Kid-Safe Online content.[32] On September 25, 2012, Saban Brands announced that they re-acquired the Digimon franchise and its most recent season, Digimon Fusion with Toei Animation handling Asian licensing & distribution and MarVista Entertainment handling all other global licensing & distribution.[33][34]

On July 3, 2013, it was announced that Saban Brands signed a deal to manage the distribution, licensing, and merchandising of Sendokai Champions in North America and Israel and be broadcast on the Vortexx.[35] In October 2013, Saban Brands shut down The Playforge because of poor game sales.[36]

Saban Brands and Lionsgate Films announced in May 2014 that they are planning to produce a new Power Rangers feature film, and would hopefully launch a Power Rangers film franchise.[37] By August 4, Saban Brands sold KidZui to Leapfrog Enterprises.[38] Later on, Macbeth Footwear was acquired by Saban Brands, and in December, Saban Brands formed two divisions Saban Brands Lifestyle Group and Saban Brands Entertainment Group to expand their holdings.[39] On January 6, 2014, it was announced that Saban Brands Lifestyle Group acquired Mambo Graphics.[40] On March 24, 2015, it was announced that Saban Brands Lifestyle Group had acquired Piping Hot.[41] Saban Brands developed its first two properties, Kibaoh Klashers and Treehouse Detectives, as animated series which were pick up by Netflix in October 2016.[42]

In February 2018, Saban Brands appointed Hasbro as the global master toy licensee for Power Rangers in April 2019 with a future option to purchase the franchise.[43] On May 1, 2018, Saban agreed to sell Power Rangers and other entertainment assets to Hasbro for US$522 million in cash and stock, with the sale expected to closed in the second quarter. Other properties in the deal include My Pet Monster, Popples, Julius Jr., Luna Petunia, and Treehouse Detectives.[44] Only nine existing employees out of sixty would be retained by Hasbro, and the Saban Brands subsidiary ended operations upon the close of business on July 2, 2018.[45]

Units[edit]

Investments[edit]

Current[edit]

Past[edit]

List of television shows, films and libraries[edit]

Saban Entertainment Group[edit]

Saban Brands (former)[edit]

Most of this properties were created and/or owned by Saban Capital Group subsidiary Saban Brands. Most of these properties are now owned by Hasbro or other companies:

Saban Films[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
November 14, 2014 The Homesman Roadside Attractions, co-distributor[60]
March 20, 2015 Tracers [61]
April 24, 2015 The Forger
July 24, 2015 American Heist [62]
August 21, 2015 Some Kind of Beautiful
November 13, 2015 Man Up [63]
December 4, 2015 MI-5 [64]
February 12, 2016 Standoff [65]
February 26, 2016 Backtrack [66]
March 18, 2016 The Confirmation [67]
April 14, 2016 The Trust [68]
April 22, 2016 A Hologram for the King Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions, co-distributors[69]
May 16, 2016 I Am Wrath
June 10, 2016 Cell [70]
July 22, 2016 Skiptrace [71]
September 16, 2016 31 [72]
October 14, 2016 USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage[73]
November 11, 2016 Come and Find Me [74]
February 3, 2017 War on Everyone [75]
February 24, 2017 The Girl with All the Gifts [76]
March 24, 2017 Power Rangers as SCG Films
April 7, 2017 The Assignment
June 9, 2017 The Hunter's Prayer [77]
June 16, 2017 Kill Switch [78]
August 18, 2017 Shot Caller [79]
September 8, 2017 Gun Shy [80]
October 13, 2017 Blood Money
October 20, 2017 Killing Gunther [81]
December 1, 2017 24 Hours to Live [82]
December 8, 2017 Bullet Head
December 22, 2017 Hangman
January 5, 2018 Day of the Dead: Bloodline
January 19, 2018 Small Town Crime DirecTV Cinema, co-distributor[83]
February 2, 2018 Braven
March 9, 2018 The Forgiven [84]
April 13, 2018 An Ordinary Man [85]
April 27, 2018 The Escape of Prisoner 614 [86]
May 11, 2018 Dark Crimes [87]
June 15, 2018 The Yellow Birds [88]
June 29, 2018 Black Water [89]
July 13, 2018 Siberia [90]
July 20, 2018 Occupation [91]
September 14, 2018 Lizzie Roadside Attractions, co-distributor[92]
TBA All the Devil's Men
TBA Speed Kills U.S. distribution[93]
TBA Never Grow Old [94]
TBA Keepers [95]
TBA Berlin, I Love You [96]
TBA Viking Destiny [97]
TBA Between Worlds U.S. distribution[98]
TBA The Haunting of Sharon Tate U.S. distribution

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