Technicolor SA

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.[5] Other main office locations include Los Angeles, California (US), New York, New York (US), London, England (UK), Bangalore, Karnataka (India) and Lawrenceville, Georgia (US).

Technicolor SA
FormerlyThomson SARL
(1893–1914)
Thomson Multimedia (1914–2010)
TypePublic
Euronext Paris: TCH
IndustryCreative industries
Conglomerate
Founded1893; 129 years ago (1893)
Headquarters,
Key people
Richard Moat (CEO)
Anne Bouverot (Chairperson)
Revenue2.898 billion (2021)
€268 million (2021 EBITDA)
Total assets$3.595 billion (2019)[1]
Number of employees
13,289 (2020)[2]
SubsidiariesTechnicolor USA
Technicolor India
RCA
The Mill
Mr. X Inc
Technicolor Animation Productions
Mikros Image[3]
Moving Picture Company
[4]
Websitewww.technicolor.com

They operate across four business divisions:

  • Technicolor Creative Studios[6] produces visual effects and animation for the entertainment, marketing and advertising industries. Their creative studios include Moving Picture Company, The Mill, Mikros Animation and Technicolor Games.
  • Connected Home designs broadband gateways and Android STB.
  • Home Entertainment Services manufactures and distributes DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
  • Trademark Licensing manages trademarks such as RCA.

On January 27, 2010, the company changed its name to Technicolor SA, re-branding the entire company after its US film technology subsidiary.[7] Thomson's US subsidiary became Technicolor USA, Inc.[8]


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