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RKO Video Games

1974-1975

RKO Video Games is a video game company started release games exclusively for the Magnavox Odyssey.

1975-1981

In 1977, they expanded to more formats for Coleco TelStar and Atari 2600 and in 1978, Nintendo Color TV Game.

1981-1983

RKO GameVision

1983-1986

After the video game crash of 1983, it started release games for its own console system RKO SuperColor.

RKO Interactive

1986-1991

1991-1997

RKO Interactive 1991

1997-2002

RKO Interactive 1997

RKO Games

2002-2009

RKO Games 2002

2009-2020

RKO Games
In December 2019, RKO Games sold most of its assets to Zoop Interactive Entertainment, except for its gaming console, sports games and mobile divisions.

2020-present

RKO Games 2020


VTE RKO
Predecessor: RKO Holdings, LLC

Split from: CPN Holdings


RKO Entertainment:
RKO-Ryman Ventures Nashville (50%) | RKO Alternative Entertainment | RKO Pictures (Others) | RKO-Pathé Films | Embassy Pictures (Others | Embassy Interactive | Embassy Television)

RKO Network (HD | 3D | +1):
RKO Daytime (block) | RKO Two | RKO Latino | RKO Sports | UPN (50%) | Rhodium
RKO News: MSNRKO | CRKO | RKO Hispanic News | BBC RKO News (50%) | RTS NewsChannel1 | RKO News Radio | TodayRKO (50%)
RKO Kids: RKO Jr. | RKO Teen | KidShow! (50%) | RKO Kids Classics
Television stations: Zabrus Global Media
International television: RKO Canada
Studios: RKO Studios

Digital media:
RKO.com | VideoFun | RKO Games (RKO Mobile | Volatile Games | RKO Sports Games | RKO Origin Box)
Past consoles: RKO SuperColor | RKO Game Track | RKO Spirit | RKO Worm | RKO Game Track Color | RKO LineVision | RKO Hot Line | RKO 2X | RKO Tape | RKO Tape 2 | RKO Tape 3 | RKO 1550 | RKO Bound

Defunct:
RKO Television Studios (Flat House, Inc.) | RKO Television Distribution | RKO Home Entertainment | RKO International Television | RKO Television Group


1 Operated by Zabrus Global Media.
2 To be merged to RKO Entertainment.

RKO Corporation
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