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eOne Facts

  • £785.8m
  • £107.3m
    Underlying EBITDA
  • 23.5p
    Adjusted fully diluted EPS
  • $801m
    Independent valuation of the Group's library
  • 40,000+
    Film and Television Titles
  • 4,500+
    Hours of Television Programming

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Entertainment One History

Through established Film and Television divisions, the company provides extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family programming, merchandising and licensing, and digital content.

  • 2015: Acquires 51% of The Mark Gordon Company and partnered to form a joint venture studio focused on premium television and film content.

  • 2014: Acquires leading Canadian television producer Force Four Entertainment

  • 2014: Acquires leading Canadian television producer Paperny Entertainment

  • 2014: Acquires Toronto-based Phase 4 Films to enhance US Film & Distribution abilities

  • 2014: Makes strategic equity investment in leading interactive agency Secret Location

  • 2014: Launches Québec-based international film sales boutique Seville International as part of a quickly growing international films division

  • 2014: Completes exclusive multi-year output agreement with Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network for original scripted series

  • 2014: Premiere of Entertainment One Television’s Klondike, Discovery Channel’s first scripted series

  • 2013: Completes exclusive multi-year distribution agreement with AMC and Sundance to handle international distribution for all original scripted series

  • 2013: First appearance on London Stock Exchange FTSE 250

  • 2013: Extends reach into Spain and expands film business in Canada and the UK through acquisition of Alliance Films

  • 2012: Expands Film and Television businesses in the UK and Europe

  • 2011: Acquires Hopscotch to expand footprint in Australia and New Zealand

  • 2011: Signs exclusive five-year licensing deal with LOVEFiLM, owned by Amazon.com, Inc. in the UK

  • 2010: Signs 3-year US broadcast deal with Nick Jr. for Peppa Pig in the US

  • 2010: Expands film distribution activities into Germany

  • 2010: Expands film distribution activities into Scandinavia and South Africa

  • 2010: Expands film distribution activities into France

  • 2010: Steps up from AIM to standard listing on main market of London Stock Exchange

  • 2009: Announces multi-territory film and TV content deal with iTunes

  • 2008: Acquires and unites Canadian TV producer Barna-Alper and Blueprint Entertainment, film sales and distribution company Oasis Pictures, and film and TV distributor Maximum

  • 2008: Acquires Benelux independent film distributor RCV Entertainment BV

  • 2007: Acquires Canadian film distributor and entertainment rights owner Seville Entertainment Inc.

  • 2007: Acquires UK TV distributor Contender Entertainment Group

  • 2007: Lists on AIM

  • 2005: Acquires Koch Entertainment, enhancing distribution reach to the United States

  • 2005: Changes name to Entertainment One Income Fund

  • 2003: Lists on the Toronto Stock Exchange as ROW Entertainment Income Fund

  • 2001: Extends CD and DVD business to Internet retailers

  • 1980: Expands distribution to video

  • Late 1970s: Distributes recorded music to other Canadian Retailers

  • 1973: Begins as Records on Wheels in Ontario, Canada