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  1. Columbia Pictures Television, Inc. (abbreviated as CPT) was launched on May 6, 1974, by Columbia Pictures as an American television production and distribution studio. It is the second name of the Columbia Pictures television division Screen Gems (SG) and the third name of Pioneer Telefilms.

  2. Jun 4, 2024 · Currently, the division of what was known as Columbia Pictures Television is known today since September 16, 2002 as Sony Pictures Television. Contents 1st Logo (June 1974-July 30, 1977)

  3. Background: Columbia Pictures Television (CPT) was the second name of the Columbia Pictures television division Screen Gems (SG), reincorporated on May 6, 1974. The name's change was announced on May 1 and was suggested by David Gerber, who was president of Columbia's television division.

  4. Columbia Pictures Television began in 1974 as the successor company to Screen Gems and ceased operations on New Year's Day 2001, being absorbed into Columbia TriStar Television, which a year later would be rebranded into Sony Pictures Television.

  5. Columbia Pictures is a member of the Motion Picture Association (MPA), under Sony Pictures Entertainment, and is currently one of six live-action labels of Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group, the others being TriStar Pictures, Affirm Films, Screen Gems, Sony Pictures Classics, and Stage 6 Films.

  6. The origins of Columbia Pictures Television go back to 1948 when Screen Gems was revived as a television subsidiary by Columbia Pictures Corporation. It was formed when Columbia acquired Pioneer Telefilms, a television commercial company founded in 1947 by Ralph M. Cohn, the son of Columbia...

  7. Columbia Pictures Television, Inc. (abbreviated as CPT) was launched on May 6, 1974, by Columbia Pictures as an American television production and distribution studio. It is the second name of the Columbia Pictures television division Screen Gems (SG) and the third name of Pioneer Telefilms.

  8. Oct 18, 2008 · The History of Columbia Pictures Television. Normally, we would not do this, but we had this in the summer and we decided to do so. We thank mostly the one that started it, but we had others...

  9. View full company info for Columbia Pictures Television (US) 1. Seinfeld. 1989–1998 TV-PG. 8.9 (345K) Rate. TV Series. The continuing misadventures of neurotic New York City stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his equally neurotic New York City friends. Votes 345,165. 2. Starsky and Hutch.

  10. It aired on NBC from 1987 to 1990 and was produced by Michael Jacobs Productions in association with Tri-Star Television and distributed by TeleVentures. Discover new TV shows and movies from Columbia Pictures Television and where you can watch them.

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