LIONSGATE Key Lines of Business
Lionsgate is a leading global entertainment company with a strong and diversified presence in motion picture production and distribution, television programming and syndication, home entertainment, family entertainment, digital distribution, new channel platforms and international distribution and sales. Led by The Hunger Games and Twilight young adult franchises, emerging young adult brands like Divergent and Ender’s Game and a string of recent box office successes including Now You See Me, the sleeper hit of summer 2013, Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, Tyler Perry’s Temptation and Warm Bodies, the Company is poised to generate over $1 billion at the domestic box office and another $1 billion internationally for the second year in a row.
Lionsgate’s television business includes 28 shows on 20 different networks, including such iconic brands as Mad Men, Weeds and Nurse Jackie and emerging hits such as Anger Management, Nashville and Orange is the New Black. Continued growth of Lionsgate’s television business will be fueled by diversification into TV series built around the Company’s unique 10+90 model, original content for digital platforms, selective forays into broadcast network series and a growing presence in nonfiction programming.
picture and television library includes more than 15,000 titles, and its $1
billion-a-year home entertainment business is a leader in digital, on demand
and packaged media. Lionsgate has a global infrastructure of output deals
covering 80% of the world’s movie-going population outside China and India,
self-distribution of filmed entertainment in the UK through its wholly-owned
subsidiary Lionsgate UK, a joint venture with IDC serving growth markets in
Latin America and a stake in the Celestial Tiger Entertainment platform serving
the Asian market.
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Lionsgate’s management team has been led by Chief Executive Officer Jon Feltheimer and Vice Chairman Michael Burns since March 2000. With over 50 years of combined entertainment industry experience, they have built Lionsgate from a small independent studio to a diversified next generation global content creator and distributor. The Company's market capitalization has grown from approximately $80 million in 2000 to more than $4 billion in 2013 and the Company’s revenue has increased more than 15 times over during that 13-year period.