United Artists Media Group
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United Artists Media Group was an entertainment company founded on September 22, 2014 initially as a partnership of MGM Holdings Inc. (which owned a 55% controlling stake in the venture during the time frame) with television producer Mark Burnett, and his wife, actress and producer Roma Downey. Hearst Corporation also owned a minor stake via its Hearst Entertainment division. On December 14, 2015, MGM acquired the remaining 45% stake, becoming its wholly-owned subsidiary, and it was later folded into MGM Television. As a result, it's now an in-name-only unit of MGM Television known as "UAMG Content, LLC".
(October 3, 2014-2016)
Logo: A still version of the 2001 United Artists logo, except that below the metallic "UA" insignia, we see the text "UNITED ARTISTS MEDIA GROUP" with a small trademark "TM" symbol next to the letter "P", and below that, "AN MGM COMPANY", both in silver. A silver line separates the company name and the MGM byline.
Availability: Quite rare due to its short lifespan.
- This first made an appearance on the pilot episode of On the Menu. It appeared on Survivor, Shark Tank, The Voice, The Sing-Off, The Apprentice, and The Celebrity Apprentice.
- This was also seen on 500 Questions and the revival of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, both during the summer of 2015.
Editor's Note: None.