Company Overview of Universal Studios, Inc.
Universal Studios, Inc., also known as Universal Pictures, provides motion picture production, distribution, and applied services through its sound stages, backlot locations, and broadcast studios. Its production activities include feature films, television programs, commercials, music, corporate, and industrial videos production; and sound stages and studios’ activities comprise shooting various productions, including live audience based shows. The company offers welding, painting, plumbing, HVAC, landscaping, automotive, and electrical support through its technical services support center. It also provides backlot locations, and office and facility rentals; and broadcast equipment rental, ...
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608
Founded in 1924
Key Executives for Universal Studios, Inc.
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Universal Pictures
Chairman of Recreation Group and Chief Executive Officer of Recreation Group
President of Worldwide Publicity-Focus Features and Executive Vice President of Marketing-Focus Features
President of Universal Pictures and Chief Distribution Officer of Universal Pictures
President of International Television Distribution
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Universal Studios, Inc. Key Developments
Universal Pictures and Amblin Partners Enter into Multi-Year Partnership to Market and Distribute Films
Dec 30 15
Universal Pictures and Amblin Partners have entered into a multi-year partnership in which Universal will market and distribute films produced by Amblin Partners domestically and in select international territories. Under terms of the agreement, Universal Pictures and Focus Features will handle distribution and marketing for approximately four to seven Amblin Partners films each year.
Universal Signs Deal with China to Open Beijing Theme Park
Sep 15 15
Universal Studios has signed a deal with a Chinese state-owned consortium to build a Hollywood theme park in Beijing to open in 2019. A signing ceremony for the joint venture took place Sunday at the New York headquarters of Comcast NBCUniversal, which owns Universal Studios Hollywood. Universal Parks & Resorts is partnering with Beijing Shouhuan Cultural Tourism Investment Co. Ltd., a consortium of four state-owned companies, to invest in and operate the project. China's Cabinet and national economic planning agency approved the theme park project - 13 years in the making - in September 2014. It will be Universal's third theme park in Asia, after Singapore and Osaka, Japan. The park, an entertainment complex and the first-ever Universal-branded hotel will occupy a 120-hectare (300-acre) site in Tongzhou district in Beijing's east. A second phase would involve another theme park, a water park and a further five resort hotels, according to state media. Universal has said the resort will eventually encompass 400 hectares (1,000 acres). Investment in the project is reportedly more than 50 billion ($8 billion), including the expansion of a subway line.
Jakks Pacific Inc. Wins Licensing Deal for Universal Partnerships & Licensing's Despicable Me Franchise
Mar 2 15
Jakks Pacific Inc. has won the rights to manufacture, market and distribute a line of consumer products based on the Minions from the Despicable Me film franchise. The agreement also covers the upcoming film 'Minions,' from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment, which arrives in theaters July 10, 2015. The licensing agreement awarded by Universal Partnerships & Licensing covers non-articulated figural storage containers (20" or larger), inflatable ball pits, wagons, arcade games, The Original Big Wheel, and outdoor children's furniture. Products are expected to launch at retailers in North America in Spring 2015.
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