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At the beginning of this article it talks about a branch of The Jim Henson Company called Henson International Television, or HIT for short, and then says that Henson ater sold off the branch and retaisn none of the original architecture. Then it talks about Hit! Entertainment. So what I'm wodnering is if Henson International Television and Hit! Etertainment are the same company, like the article seems to make it out as, or if the two companies initials are just a coincidence? --Minor muppetz 00:40, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
- It says what you think it says. HIT began as Henson International etc. and Henson sold it, and HIT (no exclamation point in logo or on website or any of the relevant products, though it may have been used at some point; page probably needs renaming, and that was probably part of your confusion) and thus independently established itself as a third-party TV distributor/packager. By coincidence, after the sale of the Muppets, the Henson company turned to HIT. That's all there is to it. The entire article is awkwardly written and includes a list of titles which apparently is meant to cover what Henson still retains and can authorize for video release, *not* what HIT has actually put out. So this looks like an attention issue in general. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 01:11, 15 June 2008 (UTC)