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NBCUniversal Television Distribution

 

NBCUniversal Television Distribution

NBCUniversal Television Distribution
Subsidiary
Founded September 13, 2004 (2004-09-13) (as NBC Universal Television Distribution)
January 31, 2011 (2011-01-31) (as NBCUniversal Television Distribution)
Headquarters Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Manhattan, New York
Owner Comcast Corporation
Parent NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal Television Distribution (NUTD) is the television distribution arm of the NBCUniversal Television Group in the United States, and is a subsidiary of Comcast.[1] It used to be known as NBC Enterprises and Universal Domestic Television, MCA TV, Avco Embassy Television, Multimedia Entertainment, PolyGram Television, USA Cable Entertainment.

The company distributes television series produced by NBC (after 1973), Universal Television, Multimedia Entertainment, Studios USA, Revue Studios, PolyGram Television, Universal Media Studios, and its own series. The division distributes the film libraries of Universal Pictures, most pre-1950 Paramount Pictures theatrical sound features, all 1996-99 PolyGram Filmed Entertainment films and some from before 1996, USA Films, and Focus Features.

The name was changed to reflect the NBCUniversal brand between September 13, 2004 and January 31, 2011. NUTD is considered the third broadcast syndication arm of NBC, with NBC Enterprises was the second and NBC Films (now part of CBS Television Distribution) as the first, dating back to Spring 1953. NUTD is also considered the sixth broadcast syndication arm of Universal Television with MCA TV as the first, Universal Television Enterprises as the second, Studios USA Television Distribution as the third, Universal Domestic Television as the fourth, and Universal Television Distribution as the fifth.

Syndication network shows

References

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External links

  • NBC Universal Television
  • NUTD Client Site
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