The following list contains nearly all of the assets owned by OWL Ventures.

MGM Entertainment

MGM Entertainment - merger between MGM Holdings, Lionsgate and OWL Pictures

  • OWL Rights - formerly WildBrain CPLG
  • OWL Kids and Family
    • Awesome Media & Entertainment (minority stake)
    • Nelvana - integrated with Oasis Animation, Industrial Brothers, WildBrain, Look Mom! Productions, WOW! Unlimited Media, Ezrin Hirsh Entertainment, TeamTO Toronto, Radical Sheep Productions's Toronto office and former assets of DHX Studios Toronto
      • Nelvana Halifax - formerly Jam Filled Halifax, integrated with the former assets of DHX Studios Halifax
      • Nelvana Vancouver - merger between Rainmaker British Columbia, Mainframe Studios, Rainmaker Studios and WildBrain Studios
      • Nelvana Ottawa - formerly Jam Filled Entertainment
      • Nelvana New York - formerly Boat Rocker Rights/Radical Sheep Productions's New York office
      • Nelvana Paris - formerly Zephyr Animation, which used to be part of About Premium Content
      • Nelvana Digital Network
      • Nelvana International
      • Nelavana Enterprises - licensing and merchandising arm in Toronto and Paris
    • Frederator Studios - integrated with Rainmaker Los Angeles
    • The Jim Henson Company (70% stake, a joint venture with the Henson family and Disney) - owns the Muppets, Sesame Workshop and Jim Henson library, OWL handles part of the international distribution and licensing through OWL Kids & Family
      • Sesame Workshop Entertainment - minority stake
      • Jim Henson Home Entertainment
      • Jim Henson Records
      • Jim Henson's Creature Shop
      • Henson Alternative
    • Little Airplane Productions
    • OWL Kids and Family UK - merger between TeamTO's London office, Abbey Home Media and Magic Light Pictures
    • The K Entertainment Company - acquired with Jordan Kenner becoming Co-Director of OWL Kids and Family in 2020
  • MGM Animation - current revival formed out of a merger between Skydance Animation, STX Family and OWL Animation
    • OWL Animation Oregon - formerly ShadowMachine's Portland, OR office
    • MGM Animation Madrid - formerly Skydance Animation Madrid/Illion Animation Studios
    • MGM Animation China - formerly TeamTO's Beijing studio
    • MGM Animation Europe - headquarters in Paris with satellite offices in Roubaix, Bourg-lès-Valence, Hamburg, Munich and Doncols; formed out of a merger between Cyber Group Studios, TeamTO and Studio 100 Animation (France), Ulysses Filmproduktion and Studio Isar Animation (Germany) and LuxAnimation (Luxembourg)
    • Flying Bark Productions - Australia
    • Jensen Rhine Films
  • MGM Television Worldwide Group and Digital - integrated with STX Digital, Legendary Television and Legendary Digital Media
    • MGM Virtual Reality - formerly STX Surreal
    • MGM Television - integrated with OWL Television Studios, Legendary Television, Red Arrow Studios International's US office, Splash Entertainment's distribution operations, Kew Media Distribution's Los Angeles office and Passion Distribution
    • MGM Digital - integrated with OWL Digital Media
      • MGM Interactive - current revival formed as a merger between Embracer Group, Lionsgate Interactive Ventures & Games, Take-Two Interactive and OWL Games
        • Reliance Games - Mumbai, Pune and Chicago
        • Gameloft - headquartered in Paris, with studios in Brisbane, Sofia, Budapest, Toronto and New York City
          • Gameloft Burbank - formerly Jam City Burbank
        • PUBG Corporation - headquartered in Seoul, with an additional studio in Madison (Wisconsin)
          • PUBG MadGlory - New York
          • Striking Distance Studios - California
          • PlayerUnknown Productions - Amsterdam
        • Annapurna Interactive - fate to be determined
        • Skydance Interactive - Marina Del Rey
        • Ghost Story Games - Westwood (Massachusetts)
        • Scopely - minority stake
        • Bigben Games - video games
        • Asmodee China - board games
      • United Artists Digital Studios - integrated with OWL Digital Studios, Studio L and Legendary Digital Networks
      • India.com​ - 50/50 joint venture with Zee Entertainment Enterprises
      • Five33 - marketing agency; inherited from Legendary Entertainment acquisition
        • Five33 India - formed out of a merger between World Wide Open and Entropy, both inherited from Reliance Group acquisition
      • Stock and Found - stock images service; inherited from Reliance Group acquisition
      • Talenthouse India - joint venture with Talenthouse
      • Reliance Education - VFX and animation academy
      • Prime Focus Limited - minority stake, originally through merger of Reliance MediaWorks into the company
        • DNEG
        • PFAMES - Prime Focus Academy of Media and Entertainment Studies
        • Prime Focus India
        • Prime Focus Technologies
      • OWL Streaming Services - also operates video on demand networks
        • Tentpole LLC
          • Tentpole
        • SelectFlix - India; joint venture with Select Media Holdings
        • OCS - France
        • Nash (formerly Nash TV) - United States
        • Epix Now - United States
        • Impact - United States; joint venture with Comcast

Film libraries owned by MGM

MGM Entertainment owns its film and TV libraries under MGM Studios subsidiary Metro Pictures LLC.

OWL Music

OWL Publishing

  • OWL Books
  • Legendary Comics - integrated with OWL Comics
  • OWL Audiobooks & Podcasts - formed out of Rogers Sports & Media's podcast assets
    • Frequency Podcast Network
    • Pacific Content

OWL Studio Services

  • OWL Studios North America
    • ​OWL Studios New York - formerly Steiner Studios
    • OWL Studios Pennsylvania - formerly Sun Center Studios
  • Styhon Battersea Studios Group - formerly Styhon Studio Facilities; formed out of merger between Raleigh Enterprises and Facility Prince
    • Styhon Studios New Mexico - formerly Garson Studios (now Santa Fe Lot), Albuquerque Studios (now Albuquerque Lot) and Roswell Studios (now Roswell Lot)
    • Styhon Studios Utah - formerly Park City Film Studios
    • Styhon Studios Iskandar (Malaysia) - formerly Iskandar Malaysia Studios
      • Basecamp Films Sdn Bhd - digital mastering services; during acquisition, all staff from the Kuala Lumpur office have been moved here as well
    • Styhon Studios Caribbean - formerly Pinewood Dominican Republic Studios
    • Styhon Studio Facilities Europe - formerly Galaxy Studios Group
    • Sun Valley Studios - upcoming

OWL Media

Wase

Wase (Watson Sports & Experiences, formerly OWL Experiences) is the sports and experiences division.

  • Watson Sports + Entertainment - formed out of a merger between Braves Group and OWL Sports
  • Formula One Group - 50/50 joint venture with The Eclipse Group
    • Formula One Promotions and Administration
    • Formula One Management
  • Daydream Parks & Resorts - formerly OWL Parks and Resorts
  • Wase Cinemas Group - formerly Styhon Battersea Cinemas Group:
    • White Cinema - formerly part of Belga Films Group
    • Kino Engel - formerly part of Cinema Mondo
    • IFC Center - formerly part of AMC Networks
    • Cinema 21 - Indonesia
    • MBO Five Star - Malaysia; merger between MBO Cinemas and Lotus Five Star
    • Carnival Cinemas - India, Singapore, UAE and Bahrain
    • Major Cineplex - Thailand and Laos
    • Nu Metro Cinemas - South Africa
    • Cinex - Venezuela
    • Vieshow Cinemas - Taiwan
    • Cinema Sunshine - Japan
    • Cinema Park - Russia
    • Star Cineplex - Bangladesh
    • FilmAuro Cinemas - Italy
    • Tribeca Cinemas - New York
    • mk2 Cinemas - France, joint venture with mk2 Diffussion
    • Caribbean Cinemas - Central America and the Caribbean (except Cuba)
    • Folkets Bio - cinemas in Sweden, locations in Frölunda, Gothenburg, Jonkoping, Lulea, Grove, Malmo, Stockholm, Tollered, Umeå, Uppsala, Visby, Vasteras, Vaxjo, Ostersund and Östra Vemmerlöv
    • Cineplexx - Austria, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia; formerly part of Constantin Film
      • Cineplexx Switzerland - formerly Pathé's cinemas in Switzerland
      • Cineplexx Tunisia - formerly Pathé's cinemas in Tunisia
    • Cinescape - formerly Kuwait National Cinema Company
      • 1954 Film House
    • Novo Cineplexes - merger between Grand Cinemas and Novo Cinemas, the latter was formerly part of Gulf Film
      • Taj Cinemas - Jordan
      • Cinemall - Lebanon
    • MMCineplexes - formerly part of MM2 Entertainment
      • River Front Mega Cineplex Sdn Bhd (20%)
    • Cathay Cineplexes Singapore - formerly part of MM2 Entertainment
    • Haut et Court Cinemas - formerly owned by Haut et Court
      • Le Nouvel Odéon - Paris
      • Le Louxor - Paris
      • Le Sémaphore - Nîmes
      • L'astrée et le Forum - Chambéry
  • Wase Theatres - merger between Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and LW Theatres, integrated with ex-Vivendi Village assets sold by Vuori
    • InfoConcert.com - booking service
    • THÉÂTRE DE L’ŒUVRE - theatre in France
    • La Petit Olympia - restaurant
    • U Live - concert promoter
  • Illucity - virtual reality entertainment, formerly part of Ymagis Group
  • Plopsa - theme parks division; formerly part of Studio 100
  • The Improv - owned and operated locations in Brea, Hollywood, Irvine, Ontario, San Jose, Oxnard (CA), Pittsburgh (PA) and Raleigh (NC) with licensed locations elsewhere; formerly part of Levity Live
    • Umami Burger - Irvine (CA)
    • Copper Blues - Oxnard (CA)
    • Levity Live - West Nyack (NY)

Hoot

  • Rogers - legally Hoot Canada
    • ​Rogers Cable​ - integrated with Shaw Cable and Shaw Broadcast Services
    • Rogers Mobile - merger between Rogers Wireless​ and ​Rogers Telecom
    • Rogers Sat - formerly Shaw Direct
    • Rogers Business - formerly Shaw Business Solutions
    • Rogers Fleet Management - formerly Shaw Tracking
  • Hoot Europe - formerly Altice
    • MegaFon - Russia
    • Telecom Italia - Italy, San Marino and Vatican City 
    • Altice Portugal
    • Hot - Israel
    • Partner - Israel; 90/10 joint venture with S.B. Israel Telecom
    • Orange - France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Spain; 75/25 joint venture with the French government
      • Orange's operations in Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine (formerly known as Vodafone), Austria​ and Bulgaria (formerly known as A1) - acquired during Styhon Battersea Telecom's merger into Crown Cellular​
        • Hungaro Digitel (44,62%) - inherited from Grupo Oi acquisition
      • Orange Serbia - merger between ​Vip mobile​ and ​Telenor Serbia
      • Verizon Media Europe - 50/50 joint venture with Hoot USA, formerly known as Viaccess-Orca
      • Globecast
      • Orange TV - integrated with SFR TV
      • Simyo - Spain
      • Lycamobile - MVNOs in South Africa & Tunisia (Orange Africa)
      • Orange Internet - consolidation of Orange's ISP operations, SHD (SFR) and RED by SFR 
        • Livebox - integrated with Freebox's operations and Altice ADSL
      • Orange Jeux - game operating division and online games portal
      • Orange Bank - financial services division and mobile payment service; integrated with Orange Money and Orange Lease
      • Orange Labs - integrated with Orange Vallée, Nordnet, W-HA and Sofrecom
        • Orange Consulting
        • Djingo - virtual assistant
        • Orange Security - formerly Orange Télésurveillance
          • Orange Cyberdefense
      • Orange Advertising Network
      • Orange Marine
      • Orange Energy - Poland; an energy producer
      • BT Group (4%) - United Kingdom
    • Telenor - Norway, Denmark and Sweden; 46/54 joint venture with the Norwegian government; integrated with Lycamobile Sweden
      • DNA Oyj - Finland
      • Telenor Research
      • Norkring - terrestrial broadcast network in Norway
      • Telenor Satellite Broadcasting
      • Canal Digital - merger with Viasat pending
  • Hoot Mexico, Latin America and Carribean - formerly America Movil, integrated with Speedy Movil
    • Telmex - Mexico; integrated with Telcel
    • Claro - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay; integrated with Altice Dominicana and Viva
      • Claro Guyana - merger between GT&T, SFR Caraïbe and Orange Caraïbe; also serves Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana
      • Natcom - Haiti; 60/40 joint venture with the Haiti government, inherited from Viettel Global acquisition
      • Claro Peru - formerly called Bitel, inherited from Viettel Global acquisition
      • Claro Bolivia - formerly NuevaTel
      • Verizon Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands - 50/50 joint venture with Hoot USA, formed out of a merger between Viya and Choice Wireless, integrated with Claro Puerto Rico
      • Claro Brasil - integrated with DLA Inc., Nextel Brasil and Embratel
      • Claro TV
    • Dish México - 49% stake
    • Seccion Amarilla - equivalent to Yellow Pages
  • Orange Africa (35%)
  • Telstra​ - Australia
  • Hoot USA - formed out of a merger between ​Charter Communications and Dish Network

OWL Food and Drinks

  • OWL Fine Drinks
    • OWL Wineries & Distilleries
    • OWL Breweries
      • Carling Brewery - Burton-on-Trent (UK)
      • Molson Brewery - Montreal, Chilliwack, Toronto and St. John's
        • Creemore Springs
        • Molson Canadian - the company's flagship beer, and official beer of the National Hockey League in Canada
          • Molson DryMolson ExelMolson Export, Molson Brador, Molson Extra (only available in Newfoundland), Molson Golden, Molson Ice, Molson kick, Molson M, Molson Stock Ale, Molson XXX
        • Black Horse - only available in Newfoundland
        • India Beer - only available in Newfoundland
        • Dominion Ale - only available in Newfoundland
        • Calgary Beer - only available in Saskatchewan and Alberta
        • Laurentide - only available in Quebec
        • Standard Lager - only available in Manitoba
        • Black Ice - ice beer made at the Toronto brewery
        • Bohemian - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • O'Keefe Ale - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • Old Style Pilsner - brewed at the Toronto brewery
        • Old Vienna - brewed at the St. Louis brewery
        • Rickard's Red - brewed at the Montreal brewery
          • Rickard's Red IPA
          • Rickard's Dark
          • Rickard's Honey Brown
          • Rickard's White
          • Rickard's Blonde
    • OWL Soft Drinks

OWL Restaurants

  • Japanese Restaurants
    • Oishi (Japan)
      • Oishi Grand
      • Oishi Eaterium
      • Oishi Japanese Buffet
      • Oishi Ramen
      • Oishi Delivery
        • By Oishi
          • Shabushi
          • Nikuya
          • Kakashi
        • Hou Yuu
  • Fine Dining Restaurants
    • Baan Suriyasai
  • Casual Dining Restaurants
    • So Asean Face
    • Chilli Thai
    • Cafe Chilli
    • Pot Ministry
    • South Tiger
    • Eat Pot
  • Quick Service Restaurants
    • KFC Asia - under licence from Yum! Brands
  • Western Restaurants
    • Hyde & Seek
  • Chinese Restaurants
    • Man Fu Yuan Kitchen
  • Cake & Bakery, Coffee and Others
    • MX Cakes & Bakery
    • Starbucks Thailand - under licence from Starbucks
    • Rajpruek Club
    • Food Street

OWL Food Services

Formed out of former foodservices assets from Styhon Battersea, during its merger into Vuori.

  • Sodexo - food services
    • Leprino Foods​ - acquired in 2020
    • Gategroup​ - acquired in 2020
    • United States Cold Storage
    • Cathay Pacific Catering Services - inherited from the Cathay Pacific acquisition
      • Cathay Pacific Sodexo - a joint venture between Cathay Pacific Catering Services, ​LSG Sky Chefs​, ​MacroAsia Corporation​ and ​China Airlines Group​, formed out of a merger between CLS Catering Services Limited, China Pacific Catering Services Limited and Cebu Pacific Catering Services Inc.

OWL Health

  • OWL Health Careers - medical and nursing careers, headquartered in Japan; formerly called iMAid Co Ltd, which was inherited from SB's acquisition of Poletowin Pitcrew Holdings
  • OWL Pharmaceuticals
  • OWL Health and Life Sciences - merger between Reliance Health and Reliance Life Sciences
    • Reliance Clinical Research Services (RCRS) - a contract research organisation
    • Relicord - cord blood banking service

OWL Real Estate

Other assets

Amber

Amber is OWL Ventures's investment and philatrophy division.

Divestments pending

Former assets

  • Battersea Group - acquired by OWL in 2008, merged with Styhon Entertainment to form Styhon Battersea
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