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Last $33.17 USD
Change Today -0.49 / -1.46%
Volume 8.7M
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rld Cup. FOX also airs a two-hour block of direct response programming on Saturday mornings provided by Worldlink Ventures (Worldlink), a media sales firm. FOX’s agreement with Worldlink extends through the 2014-2015 broadcast season. FOX’s prime-time line-up is intended to appeal primarily to target audiences of 18 to 49-year old adults, the demographic group that advertisers seek to reach most often, with an emphasis on the difficult to reach 18 to 34-year old adult demographic coveted by advertisers. FOX obtains programming from major television studios and independent television production companies pursuant to license agreements. The terms of those agreements provide FOX with the right to broadcast a television series for a minimum of four seasons. National sports programming is obtained through license agreements with professional or collegiate sports leagues or organizations. FOX’s licenses with the NFL, MLB, college football conferences, NASCAR, FIFA, and UFC are secured by long-term agreements, including a new long-term agreement with the USGA with events on FOX beginning in 2015. FOX provides programming to the FOX Affiliates in accordance with affiliation agreements of varying durations, which grant to each affiliate the right to broadcast network television programming on the affiliated station. FOX also distributes programming through its network-branded Website and FoxNow application and licenses programming for distribution through the Websites and applications of cable television systems, direct broadcast satellite operators, telecommunications companies, and online video distributors. In addition, FOX produces multi-platform original dramatic series and original online animated series and shorts under its Animation Domination High-Def brand. Master Distribution Service, Inc. The programming distribution service, Master Distribution Service, Inc. (branded as MyNetworkTV), distributes two hours per night, Monday through Friday, of original and off- network programming from Twentieth Television and other third party syndicators to its licensee stations. As of June 30, 2014, Master Distribution Service, Inc. had license and delivery agreements covering 182 stations, including 10 stations owned and operated by the company, reaching approximately 96% of U.S. households. Competition: FOX and Master Distribution Service, Inc. compete with other broadcast networks, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, and The CW Television Network. Filmed Entertainment segment This segment engages in the production and acquisition of live-action and animated motion pictures for distribution and licensing in all formats in all entertainment media worldwide; and the production and licensing of television programming worldwide. Motion Picture Production and Distribution Twentieth Century Fox Film (TCFF) produces, acquires, and distributes motion pictures worldwide under various arrangements. During fiscal 2014, TCFF placed 24 motion pictures in general release in the United States. The motion pictures of TCFF are produced and/or distributed by various units of TCFF, such as Twentieth Century Fox and Fox 2000, which produce and acquire motion pictures for mainstream audiences; Fox Searchlight Pictures, which produces and acquires specialized motion pictures; and Twentieth Century Fox Animation, which produces feature length animated motion pictures. In addition, Fox International Productions, Inc. co-produces, co-finances, and acquires local-language motion pictures intended for distribution outside the United States. The motion pictures produced and/or distributed by TCFF in the United States and international territories in fiscal 2014 included The Wolverine, 12 Years a Slave, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Rio 2, The Other Woman, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Fault in Our Stars, and How To Train Your Dragon 2. The company has an arrangement with DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (DWA) to distribute new release animated motion pictures produced by DWA, as well as certain other library motion pictures and programming controlled by DWA, domestically and internationally in all media, including theatrical, all home

 

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