In the early 1960s, they created Harvey Funnies, the original entertainment company to produce The New Casper Cartoon Show.
Currently, Harvey Films is owned by DreamWorks Classics, formerly Classic Media, which is owned by DreamWorks Animation, which is also owned by NBCUniversal in 2016. Harvey Films produced Casper's Scare School, a 2006 direct-to-video film released through Classic Media.
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2001 (as in-name-only unit)
13ème Rue Universal is a television channel specialising in action and suspense shows and movies. It is owned by NBCUniversal.CNBC Africa
CNBC Africa is an African pay television network launched on 1 June 2007 and owned by CNBC and Africa Business News. It is headquartered in Sandton, Johannesburg.
The channel features programmes and updates from CNBC Europe, the Middle East, India, Pakistan, the US and other CNBC affiliates around the world.CNBC Awaaz
CNBC Awaaz is an Indian pay television channel, owned by CNBC and TV18 based in New Delhi.Diva (TV network)
Diva, formerly Diva Universal, is a woman-based entertainment channel owned by Universal Networks International.
The list of Diva channels includes:
Diva (Asia TV channel)
Diva Universal (Philippines) defunct
Diva Universal (Bulgaria) defunct
Diva Universal (Italy) defunct
Diva Universal (Romania) currently
Diva Universal (Russia) defunct
Diva Adria (Serbia/Croatia/Slovenia)E! (Asian TV channel)
E! is a Southeast Asian pay television channel, owned by NBCUniversal. It was officially launched on 14 October 2007 and its programming its centred towards celebrity-focused reality shows.Famous Studios
Famous Studios (renamed Paramount Cartoon Studios in 1956) was the first animation division of the film studio Paramount Pictures from 1942 to 1967. Famous was founded as a successor company to Fleischer Studios, after Paramount seized control of the aforementioned studio and ousted its founders, Max and Dave Fleischer, in 1941. The studio's productions included three series started by the Fleischers—Popeye the Sailor, Superman, and Screen Songs—as well as Little Audrey, Little Lulu, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Honey Halfwitch, Herman and Katnip, Baby Huey, and the anthology Noveltoons series.
The Famous name was previously used as Famous Players Film Company, one of several companies which in 1912 became Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, the company which founded Paramount Pictures. Paramount's music publishing branch, which held the rights to all of the original music in the Fleischer/Famous cartoons, was named Famous Music.
Many of the Famous Studios productions are currently owned by AT&T's WarnerMedia through Turner Entertainment (for Popeye The Sailor and Superman) and Comcast's NBCUniversal through DreamWorks Animation (for Harvey Comics, Little Lulu, and Felix the Cat). The 1962-1967 cartoons, along with the pre-October 1950 Noveltoons, are still owned by Paramount Pictures today through Republic Pictures.Focus Features
Focus Features LLC is an American film production and distribution company, owned by Comcast through Universal Pictures, a division of its wholly owned subsidiary NBCUniversal. Focus Features distributes independent and foreign films in the United States and internationally.Konstantin Irmen-Tschet
Konstantin Irmen-Tschet (24 June 1902 – 27 May 1977) was a Russian-born German cinematographer. Irmen-Tschet was a leading technician of German films from the silent era to well into the post-Second World War years. He also often worked in Switzerland.
Irmen-Tschet emigrated to Germany following the Russian Revolution, and worked at first in the theatre. From 1925 he was employed as a cameraman in the large German film industry. In these early years he was known for his skill for filming special effects, and was employed on Fritz Lang's Metropolis (1927) and Woman in the Moon (1929) for this purpose. During the Nazi era, he shot a number of Lilian Harvey films, Marika Rökk musicals as well as the epic Münchhausen (1943).
He was married to the actress Brigitte Horney between 1940 and 1954.Movies 24
Movies 24 is a television channel in the United Kingdom owned and operated by NBCUniversal. It launched on 26 June 2006 on Sky. During the Christmas period the channels are rebranded as Christmas 24 and Christmas 24 +.Peacock Productions
Peacock Productions is a long-form production unit of NBC News. The division, established on July 15, 2007, produces factual programming such as news specials, documentary specials, and reality series. While some of its productions do air on other NBCUniversal outlets (such as the NBC network and MSNBC), it produces programs for competing broadcasters as well, such as the networks of A&E Networks and Discovery among others. Peacock has served as an incubator for new production technologies that have later been adopted by NBC News, such as tapeless recording.Richie Rich (1996 TV series)
Richie Rich is an animated television series produced by Harvey Films and Film Roman and distributed by Claster Television. It is based on the Harvey Comics character of the same name. It aired for one season, and also includes select Harveytoons shorts. Unlike the Hanna-Barbera version which depicted a somewhat older Richie closer to adolescence, this revival series was more faithful to the comics, as Richie Rich appeared in his original form as a younger child in his tuxedo and shorts.Robert Greenblatt
Robert Greenblatt (born 1959/1960) is an American television executive, former Chairman of NBC Entertainment and current Chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment.Ronald Meyer
Ronald Meyer (born September 25, 1944) is an American entertainment executive and former talent agent. He is the Vice Chairman of NBCUniversal.SBS CNBC
SBS CNBC is a 24-hour business news channel in South Korea.Syfy (Dutch TV channel)
See Syfy Universal for a list of other Syfy channels.Syfy was a Dutch-language pay television channel service specialising in science fiction, fantasy, and horror shows and movies. The channel launched in 2007 as a sister channel to the US Sci Fi Channel, with a similar programming line-up. Syfy operated as a channel service of Universal Networks International, a division of NBCUniversal.
Sci-Fi Channel had previously been available in Benelux in the 1990s. Failing to attract audiences, the channel withdrew from Benelux and Scandinavia at the end of 1998, focusing on their UK service instead.An HD-simulcast started through UPC Netherlands on 1 May 2013.It officially ceased broadcasting on 1 July 2016.Syfy (France)
See Sci Fi Channel for a list of other Sci Fi channels.Syfy is the French-speaking 24-hour science fiction entertainment channel based on the US version of the same name. The channel originally launched in December 2005 under the branding of the Sci-fi Channel. It became the fourth "Sci Fi Channel" alongside channels in the United States, UK and Germany. The channel was rebranded Syfy on January 5, 2010 as part of global rebrand. SYFY on August 29, 2017 as part of global rebrand.Syfy Universal (Russia)
See Syfy Universal for a list of other Syfy/Sci Fi channels.Syfy formerly known as the Sci Fi Channel. The Syfy in Russia and Kazakhstan is launched on May 30, 2008. It was available on cable and satellite television.
Syfy replaced Sci-fi Channel on April 13, 2010Telemundo Studios
Telemundo Studios, formerly known as Telemondo Television Studios, is a division of NBCUniversal that develops original programming in Spanish.Universal Channel (Japanese TV channel)
Universal Channel was a Japanese television channel.
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