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  2. Access Industries - Wikipedia

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    Access Industries has made a variety of contributions to political candidates in local, state and national elections in the United States. In May 2015, Access Industries launched Access Entertainment, a division headed up by former BBC Television boss Danny Cohen which specialises in investing in the entertainment media sector.

  3. Access - Wikipedia

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    Access Liberty, a sailing keelboat; Television. Access Hollywood, formerly Access, an American entertainment newsmagazine; Access (UK TV programme), a British entertainment television programme; Access (Canadian TV series), a Canadian television series (1974–1982) CTV 2 Alberta, a former Canadian educational television channel named Access

  4. Artix Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    Artix Entertainment is currently working on their first 3D game, AdventureQuest 3D, which has now been released for beta testing to all players. Beta testing began in late October 2016. It features full cross-platform play, allowing players to access the game from a computer or mobile device.

  5. Gaijin Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    Gaijin Entertainment is a Hungarian video game developer and publisher established in 2002 and now headquartered in Budapest. The company is mostly known for War Thunder , Crossout , Star Conflict , CRSED: F.O.A.D. (formerly known as Cuisine Royale) and Enlisted .

  6. 2929 Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    2929 Entertainment, LLC. is an American integrated media and entertainment company co-founded by billionaire entrepreneurs Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. 2929 maintains companies and interests across several industries including entertainment development and packaging, film and television production and distribution, digital and broadcast syndication, theatrical exhibition, and home entertainment.

  7. Blockbuster LLC - Wikipedia

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    Blockbuster, officially Blockbuster LLC and formerly known as Blockbuster Video, was an American-based provider of home movie and video game rental services. Services were offered primarily at video rental shops, but later alternatives included DVD-by-mail, streaming, video on demand, and cinema theater.

  8. C More Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    C More Entertainment AB is a pay television company that previously operated as Canal+.It targets Nordic countries and has a separate channel in Sweden (C More Film).. The main competitors of C More Entertainment are Viasat Film and Viasat Sport, which are part of Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT) since 2018.

  9. Herschend Family Entertainment - Wikipedia

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    Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE) is a privately owned themed-entertainment company that operates several theme parks and tourist attractions within the United States, and as of 2021, one aquarium in Vancouver, Canada. Founded by Jack and Pete Herschend of Branson, Missouri, in its early years HFE was simply known as Herschend Enterprises.