In 2012, Shout! Factory acquired Oregon-based home entertainment company Timeless Media Group, adding programs like the following to its ever-expanding catalog: Red Skelton, Peter Gunn, The Gene Autry Show, The Virginian, Wagon Train, Laramie and the Roy Rogers: King of the Cowboys among others.
Shout! Factory also acquired blues/roots label HighTone Records and continues to oversee its back catalog.
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