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Nostalgic TV Partners was an American television company responsible for Nostalgic and Jetix, and owned by Old Dominion Media.
Nostalgic TV Partners LLC was originally a joint venture between Bachmann Holdings, NBCUniversal, Laserium Holdings and Hyper Holdings.
In 2016, Viacom left the joint venture, later being replaced by Laserium Holdings. Turner Broadcasting System and GBC Television Group expressed interest in joining the joint venture. In November 2016, Bachmann Holdings sold its stake of Nostalgic TV Partners LLC to A Studios Group and Jetix was acquired by Nostalgic TV Partners with SLN! and GBC joining the consortium.
As of 2016, after Crystal Entertainment was established by merging A Holdings and other companies, Crystal and Laserium Television Group launched a partnership, which means that Crystal Entertainment will maintain the license and the U.S. version of Jetix, while Laserium Television Group operate and own the international versions that it will launch through Ya Media, Switchover Media and other companies.
In November 2016 though, the Jetix brand and assets were bought by Nostalgic TV Partners LLC, MalaWorks Company Inc. and Village Lava International Group. SLN! Media Group and Village Lava soon joined Nostalgic TV Partners.
In February 2017, A Studios was merged into Village Lava and they acquired Hyper Holdings' stake in the business. That month, GBC Holdings and Laserium Holdings transferred their total 40% stake of the business to their joint venture Laserium-GBC Networks. Laserium-GBC Networks soon bought out Village Lava's 40% stake in Nostalgic TV Partners and MalaWorks Europe's 20% stake in the Jetix channels, Later in April 2017, Jay Broadcasting Entertainment announced a streaming service silmar to TurboNick called Jetix Jetstream and became one of the two operating partners of the American channel. Later on though, JBE was bought out by TGP Media-Networks, however the contract as an operating partner expired in December 2017.
In December 2017, Nostalgic TV Partners bought out parts in the operations from Crystal Entertainment, Laserium-GBC Networks, Switchover Media, Canwest Media and Ya Media. Also that month, Metropolitan Media Group was bought out by Old Dominion Media and their stake was given to Dreamcatcher Entertainment.
In January 1, 2018, Lucky Holdings (owner of Lucky Kids) was acquired and merged into Nostalgic TV Partners, thus having AMC Networks join the venture through its international division. That same day, Old Dominion Media acquired Randomia Television Group (co-owner of the Randomia channel) and all international channels outside of Canada, and has a contract to run the channels under license until 2021.
In January 6, 2018, Old Dominion acquired the Canadian channels, making Old Dominion the official international partner. However, only four days later, Old Dominion acquired SLN/AMCNI's stakes (total of 20%) and then 30% of Dreamcatcher's stake. They also acquired JeDeux and NTVP's production divisions Jetix Originals and Nostalgic Productions.
In February 2018, Old Dominion Media acquired the rest of NTVP.
On January 30, 2019, NTVP was merged into Old Dominion Media.