In February 2001, the channel was renamed "MusicCountry", after Abril sold its share of CMT Brasil to Gaylord Entertainment, co-owner of the channel and former owner of its US counterpart, sold to CBS several years earlier.
MusicCountry was sold to STC Networks, and was renamed as "STC - The Sountrack Channel".
Publications and magazines: Arquitetura & Construção | Capricho1 | Claudia | Guia do Estudante | National Geographic1 | Placar | Quatro Rodas | Saúde! | Superinteressante | Veja (São Paulo | Rio) | Viagem e Turismo | Você S.A.
Digital media: Abril.com | MdeMulher | GoRead
Events, projects and culture: Casa Cor | Fundação Victor Civita | Prêmio Victor Civita
Other divisions: Abril Branded Content | Abril Big Data | Abril Print
Distribuition: Dinap | FC Comercial | Magazine Express | Treelog Logística | Total Express | Entrega Fácil
1Currently published in digital format only. 2Currently published by Editora Perfil. 3Currently published by Editora Escala. 4Currently owned by BTG Pactual. 5Currently published by Rocky Mountain. 6Co-owned with "old" and "new" Viacom from 1999 to 2009. After MTV Brasil end in 2013, the rights of MTV brand on Brazil returned to the "new" Viacom, then ViacomCBS. 7Joint-venture with DirecTV, Grupo Cisneros and Multivision, until 1999. 8Join-venture with Telefónica, until 2012. 9Incorporated to DirecTV Brasil in 1999. 10Joint-venture with Huffington Post Media. 11Joint-venture with Grupo Folha, until 2002.
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