Paramount - Companies


  • Paramount Motion Pictures Group, a motion picture holding company owned by Viacom
  • Paramount Pictures, a motion picture studio
  • Paramount Vantage, specialty film division of Paramount Pictures
  • CBS Paramount Television, a television studio and library
  • Paramount Television, former incarnation of CBS Paramount Television
  • Paramount Home Entertainment, a division of Paramount Pictures for home video distribution
  • United Paramount Network (UPN), a defunct American television network
  • Paramount Television Service, a failed commercial television network from the late 1970s
  • Paramount Parks, a defunct chain of theme parks
  • Paramount Communications, company known as Gulf and Western Industries until 1989
  • Paramount Comedy 1, UK television station
  • Paramount Comedy 2, UK television station
  • Paramount Comedy (Spain), a television channel in Spain
  • Paramount Resources, a Canadian petroleum company

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