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Entertainment One Ltd. focuses on the acquisition, production, and distribution of film and television content rights across various media worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Film and Television. It sells and distributes films in theatres, on DVD, and digitally and on TV; and develops, produces, and distributes television programming content. The company also develops, produces, distributes, and licenses characters, stories, and series to kids and families; and produces, distributes, licenses, and promotes music. In addition, it is involved in the retail and wholesale distribution of DVDs, BluRays, songs, and videogames, as well as in the distribution of video. As of June 27, 2014, its rights library included approximately 35,000 film and television titles; and 2,800 hours of television programming and 45,000 music tracks. Entertainment One Ltd. was founded in 1973 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

1,331 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/15/14
Founded in 1973

entertainment one ltd (ETO) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: 1.1M GBP
Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary an...
Total Annual Compensation: 719.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Entertainment One Ltd. Announces Executive Changes

Entertainment One announced the restructure of its global film business and the executive appointment of Steve Bertram, who joins the company in the role of President, Global Film Group, reporting to Darren Throop, Chief Executive Officer. Bertram will lead film activities globally, including supervision of eOne's direct distribution operations in Canada, the UK, the US, Australia/New Zealand, Spain and the Benelux. He will also oversee the company's growing film production and international sales operations. With over 20 years of industry experience, a large network of relationships and unique expertise in digital media and new technology, Bertram will work to expand the company's partnerships, extend eOne's film production and distribution activities and enhance the group's market position around the globe. Bertram joins eOne from DreamWorks where he most recently led new business development and operations. Reporting directly to CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, Bertram was responsible for building and managing the company's new technology initiatives and strategic partnerships. The restructure will follow the departure of Patrice Théroux, who has decided to leave eOne to explore new opportunities in film, television and digital. Théroux, who currently oversees eOne's global Film division, will continue to work with eOne through a newly formed development deal which will see collaboration on both television and film projects for both the Canadian and international markets. Théroux will work with the company through a short transition period before his departure. Théroux joined eOne in 2007 to helm eOne's Filmed Entertainment division.

Entertainment One and Vimeo Signs Distribution Agreement

Entertainment One Films U.S. (eOne) and Vimeo have signed distribution agreement, which includes the day-and-date release of four highly anticipated fall features and ongoing releases from eOne's critically acclaimed catalog encompassing more than 35,000 film and television titles on Vimeo On Demand.

Entertainment One and Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Extend Feature Film Output Agreements in Canada, Australia and Spain

Entertainment One (eOne) and Lionsgate have extended and expanded their feature film output agreements in Canada, Australia and Spain. The agreements extend eOne distribution across all media through 2018 for Lionsgate and Summit label films in Canada and Spain and Summit films in Australia. The collaboration has already been responsible for launching The Hunger Games, Twilight and Divergent franchises in the three territories, and the upcoming pipeline covered under the agreements includes Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2, the next two installments of the global blockbuster The Hunger Games franchise, the next three films in the Divergent series (Insurgent and Allegiant Parts 1 & 2) and such eagerly-anticipated tentpoles as Gods of Egypt, which just wrapped production in Australia, and Now You See Me 2, which starts production this fall.


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