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1211 Avenue of the Americas

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United States

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ions Gate home entertainment theatrical, catalog and television programs and approximately 683 Anchor Bay home entertainment theatrical, catalog and television programs. During 2013, the domestic home entertainment division released 403 Blu-ray titles, including 23 new TCFF film releases, 309 catalog titles and 71 television and non-theatrical releases. In international markets, the company released 268 Blu-ray titles, including 22 new TCFF film releases and 246 catalog titles. The company also distributed 185 Blu-ray titles from MGM domestically and 112 titles internationally, 298 Blu-ray titles from Lions Gate domestically, and 217 Blu-ray titles from Anchor Bay domestically. Units of TCFF license motion pictures and other programs in the United States and international markets to various third party and certain affiliated subscription pay television, subscription video-on-demand, pay-per-view, video-on-demand and electronic sell-through services, as well as to free television networks and basic cable programming services for distribution by means of various media, which include direct broadcast satellite (DBS), cable television systems and the Internet. Intellectual Property Television Programming, Production and Distribution Twentieth Century Fox Television (TCFTV): During 2013, TCFTV produced television programs for FOX, FX Networks, LLC (FX), ABC Television Network (ABC), CBS Broadcasting, Inc. (CBS), NBC Television Network (NBC), Comedy Partners (Comedy Central), Showtime, Netflix and Independent Film Channel. TCFTV produces, or has orders to produce, episodes of the following television series: 24, American Dad, Bob’s Burgers, Bones, Dads, Enlisted, Family Guy, Gang Related, Glee, Murder Police, New Girl, Raising Hope, The Simpsons and Sleepy Hollow for FOX; Sons of Anarchy and American Horror Story for FX; Back in the Game, Last Man Standing, Mind Games and Modern Family for ABC; The Crazy Ones, Friends with Better Lives and How I Met Your Mother for CBS; Crisis for NBC; Homeland for Showtime; Brickleberry for Comedy Central; Salem for WGN America; Those Who Kill for A&E Network; Legends for Turner Network Television and Witches of East End for Lifetime. Twentieth Television: Twentieth Television licenses both television programming and feature films for domestic syndication to television stations and basic cable services in the United States. Twentieth Television distributes a program portfolio that includes the company’s library of television and film assets, and first-run programming produced by its production companies for sales to local stations, including stations owned and operated by the company, as well as to basic cable networks. First-run programs distributed by Twentieth Television include the court shows Divorce Court and Judge Alex and the entertainment magazine program Dish Nation. Twentieth Television licenses such shows as Modern Family, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Burn Notice, Family Guy, The Simpsons, Bones, How I Met Your Mother, The Cleveland Show, and Glee to cable and broadcast networks. Twentieth Television also sells national advertising on behalf of other third party syndicators. Fox Television Studios (FtvS): FtvS is a program supplier to the major U.S. and international broadcast and cable networks. FtvS produces the series Burn Notice, White Collar, Graceland and Sirens for USA Network, The Americans for FX, The Glades for A&E, The Killing for AMC, Maron for IFC and Light Flight for TNT. Shine Limited (Shine): Shine is an international television production and distribution group with 26 production companies across 12 countries creating and exploiting scripted and non-scripted content in the global marketplace. Shine companies include genre specialists, such as U.K.-based Kudos (drama), Dragonfly (factual), Princess Productions (entertainment and multi-genre) and Shine TV (factual and factual entertainment); U.S. producer Shine America (formerly Reveille); and Metronome Film & Television, the Nordic region’s largest production group. The group also includes Shine 360, a group-wide global brand and commercial rights division, and Shine International, its

 

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