20th Century Fox TV Bids Goodbye To The Industry

20th Century Fox TV Bids Goodbye To The Industry

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On Monday, Disney revealed the changes that will happen on one of its studios, 20th Century Fox Television to “20th Television”—removing “century” and “fox” from the name itself.

Additionally, the long-time 20th Century Fox Film will also rebrand as the “20th Century Studios” in January—which disclosed the $71 billion deal earnings from Fox’s holdings last 2019.

The famous logo will stay the same, except for the removed words. The older titles aired prior to the rebrand will remain, whereas the new 20th Television TV’s logo and graphics will be shown starting this fall.

Furthermore, Disney explained that this is not the only studio that will rebrand. It includes also the ABC Studios and ABC Signature Studios to ABC Signature and Fox 21 Television Studios to Touchstone Television.

Meanwhile, Craig Hunegs, Disney Television Studio President commemorates this historic move. “Our new studio names and logos mark a new day for ABC Signature, 20th Television, and Touchstone Television while honoring their rich histories and the creative power of The Walt Disney Company.

Fox Entertainment, Fox Sports, and Fox News are still part of Fox Corporation.

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