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Entertainment Industry Foundation print that page

The Entertainment Industry Foundation harnesses the collective power of the entertainment industry and channels its unique assets to raise awareness and funds for critical health, educational and social issues in order to make a positive impact in our community and throughout the nation.

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Sony Online Entertainment print that page


In 2008 Sony Online Entertainment’s game Everquest was honored (along with Neverwinter Nights and World of Warcraft ) at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for advancing the art form of MMORPG games. In 2011, the service was brought offline after it was determined

List of entertainment industry topics print that page

The entertainment industry (also informally known as show business or show biz ) consists of a large number of sub-industries devoted to entertainment . However, the term is often used in the mass media to describe the mass media companies that control the distribution and manufacture

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Nintendo Entertainment System print that page


The Nintendo Entertainment System (also abbreviated as NES or simply called Nintendo ) is an 8-bit video game console that was released by Nintendo in North America during 1985, in Europe during 1986 and Australia in 1987. In most of Asia, including Japan (where it was first launched

Vivid Entertainment print that page

Vivid specializes in high-production-value movies, shot in exotic locations with professional lighting and quality cinematography. Founder Steven Hirsch is co-chairman, along with Bill Asher, who is also a co-owner. [ 4 ] In the 1990s Vivid began to win industry honors, and today has more

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Sierra Entertainment print that page

1.4.5 Cendant Corporation 1.4.6 The Cendant scandal 1.4.7 Major layoffs 1.5 Yosemite Entertainment legacy 1.5.1 Reorganization 1.5.2 1990s acquisitions 1.6 2000s 2 Management Teams 3 Studios 3.1 Absorbed 3.2 Defunct 3.3 Merged with Activision 3.4 Sold 4

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4Kids Entertainment print that page


4Kids Entertainment has its world headquarters on Sixth Avenue in New York City , its subsidiary, 4Kids Productions, has its headquarters in a separate building in Manhattan. [ 4 ] The New York Stock Exchange delisted 4Kids (NYSE: KDE ) on June 1, 2010. [ 5 ] On April 6, 2011, it filed

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment print that page

It is responsible for the distribution of the Sony Pictures library for home entertainment , mainly releases from Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures , but also releases product from Sony Pictures Classics , Screen Gems , Triumph Films , Destination Films , Revolution Studios , Stage 6

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Lions Gate Entertainment print that page


Cinéxus-Famous Players Distribution , Trimark Pictures , Mandate Pictures and, most notably, Artisan Entertainment (which itself had formerly been LIVE Entertainment , and before that, Vestron Pictures ). They had sold off their Canadian distribution rights to Maple Pictures , founded

Interplay Entertainment print that page


episodes. In 1997, Interplay published Redneck Rampage , a first person shooter designed by Xatrix Entertainment . In the same year Interplay developed and released Fallout , a successful and critically acclaimed role-playing game set in a retro-futuristic post-apocalyptic setting. Black