The Media Family Tree was created to clearly organize the major conglomerates in the film and television industry, each of which have multiple subsidiaries. What is being examined is the percentage of ownership in our industry. Data can be found on IMBDPro, Wikipedia, the FCC’s website, and Box Office Mojo. Ownership can change year-to-year and those changes will be shown below. Click on the logos below for more information.
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