Vivendi SA provides media and telecommunication services. The company operates through six business segments: Activision Blizzard, Universal Music Group, SFR, Maroc Telecom Group, Global Village Telecom and Canal+ Group. The Activision Blizzard segment is engaged in the development, publishing and distribution of interactive entertainment software, online or on other media, such as console and PC. The Universal Music Group segment is engages in the selling of recorded music, including physical and digital media, exploitation of music publishing rights as well as artist services and merchandising. The SFR segment provides telecommunication services, including mobile, broadband Internet and fixed telecommunications in France. The Maroc Telecom Group segment is a telecommunication operator, which provides mobile, fixed telecommunications and Internet services in Africa, predominantly in Morocco, as well as in Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Gabon, and Mali. The Global Village Telecom segment is a Brazilian fixed telecommunication and broadband Internet operator and pay-TV provider. The Canal+ Group segment is engaged in the publishing and distributing of premium and thematic pay-TV channels in metropolitan France, Poland, Africa, French overseas territories and Vietnam, as well as cinema film production and distribution in Europe, and the organization of sporting events. Vivendi was founded on December 14, 1853 and is headquartered in Paris, France.