Who is Technicolor owned by?

Postproduction Shake-Up: Technicolor’s Post Business to be Sold to Formosa Group’s Parent Company for $36.5 Million. With the deal, Technicolor — a century old brand that has been synonymous with motion pictures — effectively exits key aspects of the business.

Is Technicolor an American company?

Technicolor SA, formerly Thomson SARL and Thomson Multimedia, is a Franco-American multinational corporation that provides creative services and technology products for the communication, media and entertainment industries. Technicolor’s headquarters are located in Paris, France.

Who owns Thomson brand?

Technicolor SA, France
Brand Thomson is owned by Technicolor SA, France. Accoring to Technicolor Head, Intellectual Property and Licensing, Claire Villeneuve, it has five brand licene agreements globally for markets as China, US, Europe and Africa.

What brand is Technicolor?

Technicolor, formerly (1983–2010) Thomson S.A., major French multimedia company and electronics manufacturer. The original company was formed in 1966 with the merger of Compagnie Française Thomson-Houston and Hotchkiss-Brandt, becoming known as Thomson-Brandt S.A. in 1972.

Is Thomson a Chinese brand?

Thomson is a renowned French brand making a comeback in India after three decades. And the good news is that it is offering latest of TV technologies at a dirt-cheap price. Though launched last year, it has received good reception with its TV models being sold within a few minutes at the time of launch.

Why is Technicolor no longer used?

Hollywood made so much use of Technicolor in 1929 and 1930 that many believed the feature film industry would soon be turning out color films exclusively. By 1931, however, the Great Depression had taken its toll on the film industry, which began to cut back on expenses.

What does the word Technicolour mean?

technicoloured (ˈtɛknɪˌkʌləd) / (ˈtɛknɪˌkʌlə) / adjective. brightly, showily, or garishly coloured; vividly noticeable.