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Not to be confused or related to the cable channel prior to 1998 rebranding or the subchannel network of the same name.

1988–1999

1999–2011

This logo was designed by Pittard Sullivan.

2011–present

DHX Media
DHX Studios

Television production: Epitome Pictures | 495 Productions | Random House Studio

Film production/distribution: Bleecker Street (Decode) | DHX International


DHX Media UK
Talkback | Thames | Boundless | Retort | Newman Street | Euston Films | Shotglass Media


DHX Television
Family Channel | Family CHRGD | Family Jr. | Télémagino


Nine Entertainment Co.
Television channels: Nine Network (HD) | NBN Television (HD) | 9Go! | 9Gem | 9Life | Extra

Other: Nine News | Wide World of Sports | Nine.com.au | 9Now | 9GoKids | Pedestrian.TV | Stan1


Other
UKTV (10%)2 | DHX Brands | DHX Distribution | Copyright Promotions Licencing Group | WildBrain


Predecessor companies
Primary: Halifax Film Company | Decode Entertainment

Secondary: Studio B Productions | DIC Entertainment | Cookie Jar Group | Ragdoll Productions | Nerd Corps Entertainment | FremantleMedia (Australia | North America)


Defunct
Cookie Jar TV | Cookie Jar Toons | FilmFair | Coliseum Entertainment | All American Television | Alomo Productions | Crackerjack Productions | Grundy Television (Reg Grundy Productions) | LBS Communications, Inc. (Others) | Mark Goodson Productions (Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions) | Reeves Entertainment | Talkback Thames | Carruthers Company | Scotti-Vinnedge Television | Spring


Notes
1Joint venture with Fairfax Media.
2Co-owned with BBC Studios (50%) and Discovery, Inc. (30%).

DHX Media