Fox Entertainment Group

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Fox Entertainment Group, Inc.
Type Subsidiary of News Corporation
Industry movie, television
When it was created 1990s
Headquarters Fox Plaza, Century City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Key people Jim Gianopulos, Chairman, CEO
Thomas Rothman, Chairman, CEO
Things made Motion pictures, Television programs
Money earned Increase $13.28 billion USD (2004)
Operating income Increase $2.9 billion USD (2004)
Net income Increase $1.85 billion USD (2004)
Owner(s) News Corporation
Employees 12,500 (2004)
Parent News Corporation

Fox Entertainment Group is an American entertainment company. It owns places that movies are produced, television networks and others. It is named after William Fox.

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