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International Media Distribution

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International Media Distribution
Subsidiary
IndustryEthnic media and broadcasting
Founded1998; 22 years ago (1998)
Headquarters,
ServicesBroadcasting
Marketing
OwnerComcast
ParentNBCUniversal Television and Streaming
(NBCUniversal)
Websitewww.imediadistribution.com

International Media Distribution (IMD) (formerly International Networks), a division of NBCUniversal, is a leading provider of in-language networks which facilitates the distribution of Asian, European, Middle Eastern and Hispanic channels and Video On Demand services across all platforms including, cable, satellite and OTT.

History

Originally launched as International Channel Networks in 1996, the company was owned by Liberty Media (which was the majority owner with a 90% stake) and JJS II Communications, LLC (which owned the remaining 10% share).[1] They owned and operated The International Channel or I-Channel, which was a basic cable channel that launched in 1990[2] and featured multilingual, multi-ethnic programming to audiences in the United States. The channel offered programming from Europe, Asia & the Middle East in over 25 languages. In 1998, the company began offering a tier of premium networks featuring various channels from around the world. This tier has since grown and currently consists of over 50 networks.

International Channel Networks logo
International Channel Networks logo

In July 2004, as part of a larger deal, International Channel Networks was sold to Comcast. In 2005, Comcast re-branded the International Channel as AZN Television, a channel catering to Asian Americans and featuring several original programmes. The company was subsequently renamed International Networks.

On April 9, 2008, AZN television ceased operations as Comcast decided to shut down the channel due to distribution and advertising difficulties.[3]

On March 10, 2009, Comcast decided to rename the company as International Media Distribution. The re-brand was undertaken to reflect the growth of the company and to emphasize the focus which is now on the distribution of premium international channels from around the world.[4] In 2011, Comcast completed its purchase of NBCUniversal[5], thereafter IMD was reorganized under the international television distribution arm of NBCUniversal rather than the Comcast Entertainment Group.

Premium Television Networks

Current

International Media Distribution’s portfolio includes over 50 networks from across the world including: 

Arabic

Chinese

Filipino

French

German

Greek

Italian

Japanese

Korean

  • TVK
  • TVK2
  • TVK-Pop On Demand

Polish

Russian

South Asian

Spanish

Vietnamese

References

  1. ^ "International Channel Networks". Retrieved March 14, 2018. International Channel Networks is the trade name of International Cable Channels Partnership, Ltd. (a company 90% owned by Liberty Media Corporation [NYSE: L and LMC.B] and 10% owned by JJS II Communications, LLC).
  2. ^ "IC - About IC". International Channel. Retrieved March 14, 2018. The company programs and distributes a basic cable television channel, International Channel. This service provides programming from around the world in more than 20 Asian, European and Middle Eastern languages. Programming includes news, sports, movies, music and general entertainment programs. International Channel is available to more than 8 million cable television subscribers in the United States. The channel launched in 1990.
  3. ^ Comcast Pulls Plug on AZN, Broadcasting & Cable, January 28, 2008
  4. ^ International Networks Is Now International Media Distribution, International Media Distribution, March 10, 2009
  5. ^ "Comcast completes NBC Universal merger". Reuters. 2011-01-29. Retrieved 2020-05-27.

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