Following the split of Old Dominion Media into three sectors, a parent company was founded called Qualis. The name means "quality" in Latin. The logo was designed by Dreamcatcher Design New York.
In December 2018, Will Apple and Karin Wilson announced to step down as co-owners and key figures, in order to focus on their philanthropic efforts (through Oddly Good Partners) and their productions (through Apple Wilson Productions and Legacy Pictures).
On January 30, 2019, the company was delisted from Switzerland, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. This led to a closedown of joint head offices in Zürich, London, Amsterdam and Hong Kong. In July 2019, they sold most of their assets to Quest, with the remaining forming three new divisions within the company: Old Dominion Media (now Laserium Networks), Lava Entertainment (which they soon sold off to Quest) and the JV Laserium Sega Experiences.
In September 2019, it was revealed that Qualis is going through a class action lawsuit (The People v. Kurosaka Investments, Qualis Holdings Inc., Brittany Kurosaka, Karin Wilson and Will Apple) for USD $1 trillion. If Qualis loses their case, which is very plausible, the company may have to file for bankruptcy, as they are indeed "creeping closer to bankruptcy" which triggered sale of assets to Quest, another conglomerate. In October 2019, Qualis Holdings Inc. settled out of court with the plaintiffs, and found a member in its management, Jack Taylor, guilty.
Also in October 2019, they acquired CPN Media Group.
On November 4, 2019, Qualis announced to rebrand as CPN Holdings, reflecting its acquisition of and newfound focus on CPN Media Group. The branding, designed under an interdisciplinary partnership led by Salovaara & Kukkonen Group, N2Media, Dure Design Group, CPN Media Group's in-house brand design team, Superunion, Wolff Olins and Pentagram, will become active in January 1, 2020.
They also moved headquarters from New York City to Dubai, however, their New York City office will still be in priority in making corporate decisions.
In 2019, they acquired RKO's international assets (except for RKO Canada) and all of its non-broadcast television assets.