Entertainment One

Entertainment One is an entertainment company specializing in the acquisition, production and distribution of film and television content. Through established Television, Family and Film divisions, The Company provides extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family programming, merchandising and licensing, as well as digital content. Entertainment One is also involved in the retail and wholesale distribution of DVDs, Blu-rays, songs and videogames, as well as in the distribution of music and video.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Toronto, CA
Size (employees)
1,529 (est)
Entertainment One is headquartered in Toronto, CA

Key People at Entertainment One

Darren Throop

Darren Throop

Chief Executive Officer
Giles Willits

Giles Willits

Chief Financial Officer
Allan Leighton

Allan Leighton

Non-executive director and chairman
James Corsellis

James Corsellis

Non-executive director
Clare Copeland

Clare Copeland

Senior Independent Director
Bob Allan

Bob Allan

Non-executive director
Garth Girvan

Garth Girvan

Non-executive director
Mark Opzoomer

Mark Opzoomer

Non-executive director
Linda Robinson

Linda Robinson

Non-executive director

Entertainment One Office Locations

Entertainment One has offices in Toronto, London, Chippendale and New York
Toronto, CA (HQ)
145 King Street East, 3rd Floor
New York, US
22 Harbor Park Drive, Port Washington
Chippendale, AU
28-30 Queen Street, Level 2
London, GB
45 Warren Street

Entertainment One Data and Metrics

Entertainment One Financial Metrics

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Market capitalization (22-Jun-2017)

354 m

Closing share price (22-Jun-2017)

24.5
Entertainment One's current market capitalization is $354 m.

Entertainment One Market Value History

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Entertainment One Online and Social Media Presence

Entertainment One News and Updates

Spotify strikes new deal with indy giant Merlin ‘competitive’ with big labels

 Spotify — the streaming music company with 50 million paying users — has been working on renegotiating licensing deals with labels over the last several months — a critical move to improve its revenues and margins en route to going public — and today one of the big pieces of that process has fallen…

Spotify now lets thousands of indie record labels limit new releases to paid subscribers for 2 weeks

Fresh from its new licensing arrangement and flexible release policy with Universal Music Group (UMG), Spotify has now added thousands of indie labels to the policy, thanks to a new multi-year licensing agreement with Merlin. Merlin, for the uninitiated, is a global agency that represents thousands …

LIMA's Kelvyn Gardner: Come to the dark side (of licensing)

In 1973 George Lucas approached Fox executives with an offer they couldn’t refuse: he would forfeit a 300 per cent salary increase in return for merchandising rights to Star Wars, and rights to any sequels. Rubbing their mitts behind muffled laughter, they graciously accepted what seemed like a n…

Oinkredible: British national Peppa Pig is nearly a $1.5bn global brand

She may look innocent, and maybe even a little cute, but don’t underestimate Peppa Pig. The young British swine, who first appeared on Channel 5 in 2004, is estimated to be a near-$1.5bn (£1.2bn) global brand thanks to growth in the United States and China, where she has started appearing on the …
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