Corus Entertainment is a Canadian media and broadcasting company. Formed in 1999 as a spin-off from Shaw Communications, it is headquartered at Corus Quay in Toronto, Ontario, and has prominent holdings in the radio, publishing, and television industries. Corus Entertainments voting majority is held by the companys founder JR Shaw and his family, and a 39% stake of Corus stock is owned by Shaw Communications. Corus has a large presence in Canadian broadcasting, as owner of the national Global Television Network, 39 radio stations, and a portfolio of 45 specialty television services. Corus is especially prominent within the childrens television and cooking markets, through its ownership of the domestic YTV, Treehouse and Teletoon/Télétoon networks, localized versions of the Cartoon Network, Disney Channel/Disney La Chaîne, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Nickelodeon, Freeform, and Cooking Channel brands, along with the animation studio Nelvana and book publisher Kids Can Press. The second incarnation of Shaws media division—formed from the properties of the defunct Canwest Global—was spun into Corus on April 1, 2016, giving it control of the over-the-air Global network, and 19 additional specialty channels.