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Steam is a digital distribution, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute games and related media online, from small independent developers to larger software houses. As of January 2012, there are over 1500 games available through Steam, and 40 million active user accounts.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has been publishing and distributing content since its foundation in 1807 by John Wiley. It aims at democratising knowledge by making it more accessible to as many people as possible. For more than 200 years, Wiley has been publishing the works of more than 400 Nobel Laureates, in every field for which the prize is awarded: Literature, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Peace etc. Wiley is the creator of the "For Dummies"' collection which has sold at more than 200 million copies worldwide.
Ubisoft is the third largest independent video game publisher in the world (and the first independent publisher in Europe). Boasting 6,400 collaborators divided across the 24 studios of the group, Ubisoft is responsible for some of the world-renown franchises such as Splinter Cell, Assassin's Creed, Rayman Raving Rabbids and Just Dance.
M6 (also known as Métropole Télévision) is the third most watched television channel in France, just behind TF1 and public channel France 2. It is a private national French TV channel which launched on 1 March, 1987. The channel is available on France's TNT (Télévision Numérique Terrestre), cable, satellite, xDSL and Internet.
The M6 group is involved in mobile phones, telemarketing, the Internet, football, movies and the news.
TF1 is the first French media group with 4 free-to-air channels, 12 pay ones, 25 subsidiaries and keeps a constant dialogue with its audience. TF1 is the first European channel in terms of audiences and payroll, even before the BBC and the French audiovisual group Canal+.
GOG.com (formally Good Old Games) is a video game sale and distribution service wholly owned by Polish publisher CD Projekt RED. The service sells PC "classics" that have been patched in order to run on the latest Windows versions without hassle.
Founded in 2002 by Paul Thelen, Big Fish Games is a provider of Internet media delivery software and game services based in Seattle, Washington, USA. The company develops downloadable games as well as free online games. It offers a broad selection of interactive games for PC, Mac, iPhone/iPad, Kindle, Android, Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS.
Created in 2005, Gulli is a French television network dedicated to children's programming. It is available through digital terrestrial television "TNT" in partnership with Lagardère Active, and France Télévisions with children's programmes from France 3.
Founded by Jeff Bezos in 1995, Amazon.com, Inc. is an American electronic commerce company with headquarters in Seattle. Selling books is its most popular activity, but it has expanded to other products notably cultural products of every kind: CDs, music downloads, digital cameras, electronics, household goods, etc. The French subsidiary opened in 2000.
The company currently employs more than 17,000 people worldwide and has established additional dedicated websites for the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Japan, China, France, Italy and Spain.
Just For Games is a company specialized in the Edition and Distribution of Video Games and Casual Games for PC and consoles. Located in Saint Denis, Just For Games selects the best games and the best franchises of the greatest French and international publishers of video games.