Embassy Television

Embassy Television

(Embassy Television is not to be confused with Avco Embassy Television. AETV's successor-in-interest is NBCUniversal Television Distribution by way of Multimedia Entertainment)

ELP Communications (formerly known as Embassy Television, Embassy Telecommunications, and Embassy Communications) is an American television production company that began in 1982. The company was folded into Columbia TriStar Television in 1998. However, the company remains as an in-name only unit of Sony Pictures Television.

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