Fox Entertainment Group

Fox Entertainment Group

not to be confused with Fox Broadcasting Company

Fox Entertainment Group, Inc.
Subsidiary of 21st Century Fox
Industry Film, television
Founded 1985
Headquarters Fox Plaza, Century City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Key people
Jim Gianopulos, Chairman, CEO
Products Motion pictures, Television programs
Revenue Increase $13.28 billion USD (2012)
Increase $3.3 billion USD (2012)
Increase $4.98 billion USD (2012)
Number of employees
12,100 (2012)
Parent 21st Century Fox
Website .com.foxwww

Fox Entertainment Group, Inc is an American

  • Official website
  • 21st Century Fox - Fox Entertainment Group's parent company
  • Fox Careers - Fox Entertainment Group's Career site

External links

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See also

Release Date Title Notes
Cheaper by the Dozen 1950-2005
Planet of the Apes 1968-present
Star Wars 1977-2005
Alien 1979-present
The Gods Must Be Crazy 1980-1989
Predator 1987-present
Die Hard 1988-present
Big Momma's House 2000-2011
X-Men 2000-present
Ice Age 2002-present
Fantastic Four 2005-present
Night at the Museum 2006–2014
Alvin and the Chipmunks 2007-present
Taken 2008-present co-production with EuropaCorp
Avatar 2009-present
Percy Jackson 2010-present
Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2010-present

Film series


Fox Latin America

Fox Sports Media Group

Fox Networks Group

Cable network programming

Broadcast syndication service

Television broadcast network

Television stations

Television production and distribution

Motion picture

Corporate divisions

In September 2013, Fox Networks divided FX into two channels, with the new channel FXX leaning toward comedy shows and targeting younger viewers.[7]

In 1995, Saban entered into a joint venture with the Fox children's television network to form Fox Kids Worldwide, which was best known for the first ten Power Rangers series. In 1997 it was renamed Fox Family Worldwide.[4] On July 23, 2001, it was announced that Fox Family Worldwide (now ABC Family Worldwide Inc.) would be sold to Disney from News Corporation and businessperson Haim Saban.[5] On October 24, 2001, the sale was completed.[6]

The Fox Entertainment Group was formed in the 1990s after the purchase of the Metromedia-owned independent stations by the 20th Century Fox film studio, at the time jointly owned by Australian media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, and Denver billionaire Marvin Davis. These stations would later become the foundation of the Fox television network, which launched in October 1986, and the group itself. Not long after the Metromedia deal was made, Murdoch purchased Davis's shares and News Corp assumed complete control of 20th Century Fox.



  • History 1
  • Corporate divisions 2
    • Motion picture 2.1
    • Television production and distribution 2.2
    • Television stations 2.3
    • Television broadcast network 2.4
    • Broadcast syndication service 2.5
    • Cable network programming 2.6
      • Fox Networks Group 2.6.1
      • Fox Sports Media Group 2.6.2
      • Fox Latin America 2.6.3
      • International 2.6.4
  • Film series 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

It is named after William Fox, born Wilhelm Fuchs, who created the original Fox Film Corporation. Jim Gianopulos is currently the chairman of Fox Entertainment Group, a position he shared with Tom Rothman until 2012.[3]