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Crown Media Holdings

Crown Media Holdings, Inc.
Public
Traded as NASDAQ: CRWN
Founded 1994 (Hallmark Entertainment)
1995 (Crown Media)
2000 (IPO)[1]
Founder Hallmark Cards
Headquarters Studio City, California, United States of America
Key people
Bill Abbott (CEO, President)
Products Hallmark Channel
Revenue US$415.6 million (2014)
US$194 million (2014)
US$94.50 million (2014)
Total assets US$1.03 billion (2014)
Total equity US$493.64 million (2014)[2]
Owner Liberty Media ( 3%)[3]
Number of employees
208(2014)
Website .net.crownmediair

Crown Media Holdings, Inc. (a.k.a. Crown Media) is a United States media production company with corporate headquarters located in Studio City, California, and is controlled by Hallmark Cards.

Crown Media operates the Hallmark Channel and its spin-off Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in the United States, while it licenses the brand to NBCUniversal International Networks for the British channel of the same name. In 2003, Crown Media acquired The Jim Henson Company's half of Hallmark Channel in the UK, discontinuing all syndicated programming from Jim Henson Television.

Crown Media has no connection with the UK company Crown Media LLP.

References

  1. ^ Crown Media Holdings, Inc. - Investor Relations - Corporate History
  2. ^ CRWN - Crown Media Holdings, Inc - Google Finance
  3. ^ Liberty Media Corporation - Crown Media Holdings

External links

  • Official website
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