1. In 2014, Paramount Pictures became the first major Hollywood studio to distribute all of its films in digital form only.
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9. In 1968, Paramount Pictures formed Films Distributing Corp to distribute sensitive film product, including Sin With a Stranger, which was one of the first films to receive an X rating in the United States when the MPAA introduced their new rating system.
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10. In 1970, Paramount Pictures teamed with Universal Studios to form Cinema International Corporation, a new company that would distribute films by the two studios outside the United States.
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13. That year, Paramount Pictures decided to consolidate its distribution operations, that closing a number of branch offices that was designed for the studio and relocating staff and major activities in an effort to cut costs and provide for a more efficient centralization, which was a response in a change to the distribution practices by working out cities where exhibitors had offices.
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15. Paramount Pictures used cash acquired from the sale of Gulf and Western's non-entertainment properties to take over the TVX Broadcast Group chain of television stations, and the KECO Entertainment chain of theme parks from Taft successor Great American Broadcasting.
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16. Paramount Pictures bought one more television station in 1993: Cox Enterprises' WKBD-TV in Detroit, Michigan, at the time an affiliate of the Fox Broadcasting Company.
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21. In June 2017, Paramount Pictures signed a deal with 20th Century Fox for distribution of its films in Italy, which took effect on September.
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22. On December 7, 2017, it was reported that Paramount Pictures sold the international distribution rights of Annihilation to Netflix.
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23. On November 16, 2018, Paramount Pictures signed a multi-picture film deal with Netflix as part of Viacom's growth strategy, making Paramount Pictures the first major film studio to do so.
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24. In January 2022, Paramount Pictures acquired the rights to Tomi Adeyemi's young adult fantasy novel Children of Blood and Bone from Lucasfilm.
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