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Carlton Communications


Carlton Communications is to dispose of its 25,000 sq ft Knightsbridge headquarters in London, and staff may be relocated to its office in St Martins Lane.
02-Jun-2003


Carlton Communications is to set up a production company on the east coast of the US, in order to expand its output of TV documentaries.
28-Aug-2002


Carlton Communications has formed a joint venture with Thomson Multimedia to acquire the cinema advertising operations of UGC of France and RTBF of Belgium for £62m.
16-May-2002


Carlton Communications is forming a partnership with the Public Broadcasting Service and Corporation for Public Broadcasting to invest £14m in the production of TV programmes for the US market.
21-Jun-2001


Carlton Communications has sold its Technicolor video and film processing business to Thomson Multimedia of France, in a £1.4bn deal that will also give Carlton a 5.5% stake in Thomson.
12-Dec-2000


Carlton Communications is to acquire HTV, the Welsh ITV franchise, from Granada Media, in exchange for £181m and Carlton's 20% stake in the Meridian licence.
24-Oct-2000


Carlton Communications is planning to acquire Andre Deutsch, the publisher of sports and TV books, from VCI for less than £5m.
05-Oct-2000


Carlton Communications has sold its Quantel image processing equipment business to management for £51m.
14-Jul-2000


Carlton Communications has acquired Screenvision for £63m, in order to move into the US cinema advertising market.
23-May-2000


Carlton Communications is looking to sell its Technicolor film processing business, in order to raise £1.5bn to invest in its TV and online operations.
15-May-2000


Carlton Communications is to expand its Technicolor division through the £31m acquisition of Consolidated Film Industries, the US processor of large film formats for the movie industry.
06-Mar-2000


Carlton Communications has sold its Solid State Logic audio mixing console business to management for £43m, and may now sell off its Technicolor video duplication and Quantel digital pixellation operations.
23-Dec-1999


Carlton Communications is buying two North American video duplicating companies for £12m - VTR Video of Canada and Grupo Video Visa of Mexico.
21-Jun-1999


Carlton Communications has acquired Planet 24, the TV production company, for £15m.
11-Mar-1999


Carlton Communications is planning to acquire Nimbus CD International, the US disk maker, for £160m, in order to give its Technicolor division access to the new digital versatile disks that are expected to replace CD-Roms and video cassettes.
18-Jun-1998


Carlton Communications has acquired a 50% stake in Central de Video, the Mexican video cassette maker, for £9m.
12-Jun-1998


Carlton Communications has acquired National Screen Service, the distributor of promotional material on films to UK cinemas, from its management for £2.2m.
12-Jun-1998


Carlton Communications is to invest £20m in the creation of a new company called Carlton Online, which will develop a number of new internet businesses and create 30 jobs.
23-Apr-1998


Carlton Communications has acquired Rank Film Distributors from the Rank Group for £65m.
03-Apr-1997


Carlton Communications has acquired Action Time, the independent television production company, for up to £4.3m.
26-Nov-1996


Carlton Communications has acquired Westcountry Television for £85m, having outbid United News & Media.
25-Nov-1996


Carlton Communications has bought Cinema Media, which controls about 80% of UK cinema advertising, for £58m.
23-Jul-1996


Carlton Communications has bought SelecTV, the cable channel, for £5.2m, but will put its holding into a "dead-locked" company to avoid breaching broadcasting rules.
31-Jan-1996


Carlton Communications has sold Abekas Video Systems for $52m to Scitex Corp of Israel.
19-Sep-1995