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List of Assets Owned by 21st Century Fox

These are assets formerly owned by 21st Century Fox before its acquisition by The Walt Disney Company with the several assets spun off to the Fox Corporation and other third-party companies.

Fox Entertainment Group

Television

Endemol Shine Group

(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

Fox Television Group

Fox Television Stations Group

Fox News Group

Fox Cable Networks


National Geographic Partners

A joint venture partnership with National Geographic Society in which Fox owned 73%[24][31]

Fox Sports Media Group

Cable assets

Direct broadcast

Content libraries

Other assets

Former assets

Sold

Defunct

Spun off (Fox Corporation)

See also

References

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