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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-present

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 (tentative)


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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