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Decode Entertainment
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Decode Entertainment was a Canadian production company company. It was founded by Steven DeNure, Neil Court and John Delmage in 1997, and produced kids shows (animated and live action).

In 2006, Decode Entertainment merged with Halifax Film Company; the result of that merger was the company DHX Media.[1]

Decode then became a subsidiary company of DHX, gaining distribution rights to Halifax Film shows in the process. In 2010, all DHX companies including Decode were all rebranded under the DHX name, with distribution transferred to DHX proper. In 2011, DHX Media ceased producing content at the ex-Decode offices. DHX acquired Epitome Pictures in 2014, which assumed the name of DHX Studios in 2016, but this company had no relation outside the name.

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Animation[change | change source]

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  1. Andreeva, Nellie (2012-08-20). "Canada's DHX Media To Acquire Cookie Jar Entertainment For $111 Million". Deadline. Retrieved 2024-02-01. DHX Media, a Canadian media production company formed in 2006 by the merger of Halifax Film Company and Decode Entertainment, is acquiring Cookie Jar Entertainment to create Canada's largest independent children's entertainment company. The deal will be completed in mid October subject to getting shareholder and regulatory approvals. The transaction values Cookie Jar at $111 million. More than half of it, $66 million is debt DHX will take on, with rest a combination of shares and cash.

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