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What does SIP stand for?

SIP stands for Saban International Paris


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Saban Entertainment was an independent television production company formed in 1983 by music and television producers Haim Saban[1] and Shuki Levy as Saban Productions, a U. S. subsidiary of Saban International Paris (now SIP Animation). The company also established Saban International (now part of Disney-ABC International Television) for international distribution of its shows. Finally, in 1988, the company renamed itself Saban Entertainment.
Saban International Paris was found in France by Haim Saban and Jacqueline Tordjman in 1977 as a television production company. In 1983, Saban International Paris moved into the animation field. The studio would go on to produce many animated series for Fox Kids Europe in the 1990s and 2000s. Haim Saban departed the company in 2001 with the purchase of Fox Family Worldwide, which was followed by The Walt Disney Company taking a stake in the company and a name change to SIP Animation on October 1, 2002.
Saban Music Group was formed in 1983 by music and television producers Haim Saban[7] and Shuki Levy as "Saban Records", a U. S. subsidiary of "Saban International Paris" (now SIP Animation). In 1986, Warner Communications acquired Saban Records first catalog of music for about $6 million. [8] On October 4, 2010, Bug Music acquired the worldwide rights to Saban Music Group’s complete music catalog of theme songs, cues and scores from more than 90 television series and 100 made-for-television films and specials.
Saban terminó desplazándose en 1975 a París, donde realizó cometidos similares como productor en series infantiles, junto a Jean Chalopin, y donde fundó la compañía Saban International Paris. En 1983 se desplazó a Los Ángeles, donde estableció su residencia. Ese año conoció a Shuki Levy, su nuevo socio y partener, con quien fundo la compañía Saban Entertainment, que se dedicaba entonces a la distribución, doblaje y producción de bandas sonoras para series de animación.