Fox Entertainment Group

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Fox Entertainment Group
Subsidiary of 21st Century Fox
Industrymovie, television
DefunctMarch 20, 2019
HeadquartersFox Plaza, Century City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Key people
Jim Gianopulos, Chairman, CEO
Thomas Rothman, Chairman, CEO
ProductsMotion pictures, Television programs
RevenueIncrease $13.28 billion USD (2004)
Increase $2.9 billion USD (2004)
Increase $1.85 billion USD (2004)
Owner21st Century Fox
(after Disney expires in 2022).
Number of employees
12,500 (2004)
Parent21st Century Fox News Corporation News Corp Edit this on Wikidata

Fox Entertainment Group was 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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Motion picture[change | change source]

Television production and distribution[change | change source]

Television stations[change | change source]

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Broadcast syndication service[change | change source]

Cable network programming[change | change source]