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SBC Home Entertainment

SEGA Home Entertainment

BCB Home Entertainment

Van Beuren Home Entertainment

Ub Iwerks Home Entertainment

KCER Home Video International

KCER Home Video International was an international home entertainment arm formed in 1985 by Mario Kassar and KCER Media. It distributed some of the Carolco/Seven Arts films and most of KCER-produced/distributed material. In 1991, KCER Media bought the Nordic, German, French, Italian, Australian, Japanese and Spanish operations of Vestron Video International, and in 1995, LIVE Entertainment's film financing division Live America.

Finally, in 2011, KCER Home Video International merged into CER2 Home Entertainment.

1985-2007

2007-2011

Acquisitions

Later on, they bought out the following:

  • Lightning Video (a division of Lightning Video that used to distribute extreme B and made-for-TV movies during the '80s) and Children’s Video Library (Vestron's children's division),
  • Republic Home Video (a home video arm of Spelling Films),
  • Worldvision Filmes do Brasil Ltda,
  • The Video Late Show/King Bee Video (IVE's labels for releasing nostalgic titles),
  • Excalibur Video (in Belgium and the Netherlands),
  • Monterey Home Video,
  • LK-TEL Video (Argentina, Chile and Brazil),
  • Redbus Home Entertainment, Avalanche Home Entertainment (a division of Lions Gate Films that distributed smaller Canadian B-movies and independent films), Kidmark and half of Trimark Home Video,
  • Cabin Fever Entertainment/Razzmatazz Entertainment
  • Thriller Video, RadioVision International and Celebrity Home Entertainment
  • Camelot Entertainment Sales, Inc. (a barter advertising sales division of King World Productions, Inc.)

Lexington Home Entertainment

Lexington Home Entertainment was a packaged media division of Dot/LTB Entertainment, from 1979 to 2016, when it was merged into Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment.

1979-1986

1986-1991

1991-1997

1997-2016

Cablevision Video

1975-1979

Multimedia Video

1979-1981

Gannett Home Video

1981-1992

SET Home Video

1992-2000

SET/KCER Home Entertainment

2000-2004

KCER Home Entertainment

2004-2011

CER2 Home Entertainment

2011-2016

CER Two Home Entertainment

2016

CER Two Home Entertainment was the home entertainment division of the CER Two television network and a home video distributor of movies and TV shows on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc, it was owned wholly by KCER Media since 2004, formerly the video division was known under various brands until 2004. In June 2016, CER Two Home Entertainment merged with Laserium Home Entertainment to form Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment.

JTV Video

1971-1983

JTV Home Video

1983-1985

1985-2001

JTV Home Entertainment

2001-2011

2011-2012

2012-2016

It merged to Laserium Home Entertainment.

JTV Family Features

1981-1992

JTV Family Entertainment

1992-2011

2011-2016

In 2016, it merged to Laserium Home Entertainment.

Dane Media

Dane Media (also known as Dane Video) was a home media company that releases videos and DVDs of movies and TV shows. Dane Media was formed by Micheal Dane (b. 1933) and his wife, Anne Marell (b. 1930) in 1980, following Micheal's retirement in 2005, Anne became head of the company.

In June 2016, Laserium Holdings acquired Dane Media and it became Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment.

1st Logo (January 6, 1980 - 1991, August 11, 1998 - March 2, 1999)

Dave Video (1982)

Logo: On a dark blue background, a white block with the word "Dane" on it, then the word "Video" fades in after.

SFX: The block and "video" fading in.

Music: It depends on the variation:

  • 1980 - 1986: A 6-note brass jingle mixed with twinkles.
  • 1986 - 1991: Four synthesized ascending pinball-like chimes.
  • 1980 - 1990, 1998 - 1999: None

Avalibility: Rare, can be seen on 1980 - 1989 VHS releases of Warner Bros cartoons, and 1982 - 1991 releases of pre-1963 MGM films. Can also be seen on various work-out tapes prior to 1990. It was also seen on Big Bag tapes and horror films released by Dane during the late 1990s. The first release to contain this logo was the 1980 VHS release of the comedy film California Dreaming, the last release to contain this logo with the 1980 music was the 1986 VHS release of a Looney Tunes compilation, Daffy Duck, the first release with the 1986 music was the 1986 VHS release of another Looney Tunes compilation, Porky Pig, the last release to contain this logo was the 1991 VHS reprint of Jane Fonda's Workout. The first release to contain the silent version of this logo was the 1980 Betamax release of California Dreaming.

Scare Factor:

  • 1980 - 1985: Low to medium; the music may startle some.
  • 1986 - 1991: Medium, bordering on high; the music and the animation don't mix.
  • 1983, 1998 - 1999: None.

2nd Logo (May 18, 1989 - June 17, 2016)

Dane Video (1989)
Dane Video for Nick Jr. (2001)
Dane Media (2012)

Logo: On a blue-gradient background, the word "Dane" comes from the right of the screen, and lands in the center. Later, the letters that spell out "V I D E O" or "M E D I A" settle below, then the logo sparkles.

Logo Variation:

  • On releases from 1989 - 1993, the letters that spell "Dane" fade in, then "V I D E O" splashes.
  • On Canadian Sesame Street releases, before the logo starts, there is a disclaimer that says "Sesame Street is a production of the Children's Television Workshop. Sesame Street Muppets are a registered trademark of The Jim Henson Company."
  • On Nick Jr. DVD releases from 2000 - 2004, the word "for" rises from the bottom, and two tops with the Nick Jr. logo spin next to the word "for". Then, a copyright stamp fades in.
  • From 2004 onwards, the word "M E D I A" replaces "V I D E O" although Dane Media has been the official name since 2000.

Copyright Stamps:

  • 2000 - 2004: (c) (year) - (year) Viacom, (show name) and all related names, characters and logos, are trademarks of Viacom.

SFX: The letters fading in or landing.

Music: Depends on the variation.

  • 1989 - 1993: The same as the 1986 variation of the previous logo.
  • 1993 - 2008: A very nice piece of orchestrated music that starts out with a guitar tune, followed by a loud, majestic horn fanfare, and ending with another guitar tune.
  • 2000 - present: A tribal tune.

Cheesy Factor: The CGI is marvelous for 1989, and still holds up like new today!

Availability: Common, seen all releases since 1989, such as 1989 - 1996 releases of Warner Bros. cartoons, Canadian Sesame Street releases from 1994 until 2000, DVD releases of Little Bear, and many others. The 1989 version is very rare, as this didn't become the primary logo until 1991, and got remade in 1993, the first release to have this logo was the 1989 VHS of the British comedy Buster, the last release to have the 1989 logo was the 1993 VHS of the Thriller/Romance film Blindfold. The 1993 version is the most common, as it has been used for 22 years, the first release with the 1993 animation & music was the 1993 VHS release of a compilation of episodes of Maya the Bee, Maya the Bee's Greatest Adventures, the last release with the 1993 music was the 2008 DVD release of the drama TV-movie A Little Thing Called Murder. The version with the 2000 music is starting to become common, as it has been used for 15 years, and beginning to out-live the 1993 theme. The first release to have the 2000 theme was the 2000 VHS release of the puppet comedy, Meet the Feebles (the DVD has the 1993 music). The Nick Jr. variation is also easy to find, as the Dane DVD releases of Wide Awake at Eureeka's Castle, Christmas at Eureeka's Castle, Allegra's Window: Small is Beautiful, Allegra's Window: Sing Along With Allegra and Lindi, Gullah Gullah Island: Binyah's Surprise, and Gullah Gullah Island: Dance Along with the Daise Family, are all still in print.

Scare Factor:

  • 1989 - 1993: High, the animation looks very rushed, and the music may also startle some.
  • 1993 - 2008: None, the animation is much better than before, and the music is also very much improved.
  • 2000 - 2016: Low, the music may be unexpected.
  • Sesame Street variation: Low to medium, the disclaimer may startle some who were expecting the logo to start, and the sudden transition to the 1983 CTW logo on most releases may startle some.
  • Nick Jr. variation: None to minimal, it depends on if you were expecting the normal logo, and end up with this.

Dane LaserDisc

From 1982 until 2000, Dane had a LaserDisc division, called Dane LaserDisc, it released Dane releases onto LaserDisc.

1st Logo (October 30, 1982 - May 30, 1992)

Dane LaserDisc (1982)

Logo: We see the 1980 VHS logo, as it slowly zooms out to reveal a black screen behind it. Until it's only 50% zoomed in, then the background turns red and it zooms back in rapidly, a thunderbolt appears as "VIDEO" disintegrates. Then "LASERDISC" stretches up. Then another thunderbolt appears and the logo ends.

SFX: The logo zooming out, the word "VIDEO" disintegrating, and "LASERDISC" stretching up.

Music: Silence for when the logo zooms out, then a tremendous "whoosh" sound that slowly increases in volume when the logo zooms back in, followed by a thunderclap, when "LASERDISC" stretches up, a series of random, warbly synth-like sounds produced by a Moog synthesizer, then another thunder clap.

Availability: Rare, appears on LaserDisc releases from the era, first seen on the 1982 LaserDisc of American Pop, last seen on the 1992 LaserDisc of Halloween at Eureeka's Castle, it can also be seen on the 2001 DVD of Christmas at Eureeka's Castle, probably by mistake, but the 2003 reprint fixes the issue.

Scare Factor: Medium to nightmare, the thunderclaps and music can scare a lot of people.

2nd Logo (March 1, 1992 - December 29, 2000)

Dane LaserDisc (1994)

Logo: The same as the last logo, only with the 1989 logo, the zoom in is slower than before, and the LaserDisc "L" appears next to the LaserDisc logo, the thunder is completely omitted.

SFX: The zooming.

Music: It depends on the variation.

  • 1992 - 1993: Silence during the zoom out, but during the zoom in, we hear the same whoosh from the last logo, only slightly quieter, then we hear a sped-up quiet version of the 1986 - 1993 fanfare.
  • 1993 - 2000: The 1993 fanfare, minus the first guitar solo. And plus the whoosh from before. And some sparkling.

Availability: Uncommon, the 1992 version first appeared on the 1992 LaserDisc of a German film Das Boot, the last appearance was on the 1993 LaserDisc of British TV movie King Lear. The 1993 version first appeared on a reprint of The Bugs Bunny and Road Runner Movie. The last appearance was on the 2000 LaserDisc release of Meet the Feebles. It made a surprising reappearance on the 2001 DVD release of Gullah Gullah Island: Sing Along with the Daise Family. The 2003 reprint fixes the issue.

Scare Factor: It depends on which variation.

  • 1992 - 1993: Low to high, as the music may still unsettle some, though not as bad as the last logo.
  • 1993 - 2000: Minimal to medium, the music may throw some off, though a major improvement.

Dane DVD

Logo (December 26, 1997 - July 15, 2004)

Dane DVD (1999)

Logo: On a dark blue-gradient background, we see the word "DANE" fly from the top of the screen, then the DVD logo flies in from the bottom. Finally, the logo crumbles to reveal a black screen.

SFX: The words and logo flying, and the crumbling.

Music: A tremendous "whoosh" sound that slowly increases in volume when the text flies in, and a sped up version of the 1986 - 1993 theme, then a series of loud "scratching" sounds as the logo crumbles.

Availability: Surprisingly common, as a number of releases with this logo are still in print, some earlier Power Rangers DVDs, and all of the Nick Jr. DVDs released by Dane between 1998 - 2001. It didn't appear on all DVDs though. The first appearance of this logo, was on the 1997 DVD of The Year Without A Santa Claus, the last appearance was on the 2004 DVD of South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut.

Scare Factor: Medium to high, the flying, the music, and the crumbling make this logo as scary as possible, especially to young children, who ironically were the primary audiences for the DVDs we just mentioned!

Print Logos

1980 - 1993

Dane Print Logo

The original print logo was used until 1993. Two years after the original opening logo was discontinued.

April 14, 1989 - 2004

Dane Print Logo 2

This logo debuted a month before its opening equivalent debuted.

Laserium Home Entertainment

2014-2016

Laserium-CER 2 Home Entertainment

2016-2019

In February 2017, Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment struck a deal with the most of former members of A Band Apart to distribute most of their future projects in home video, in collaboration with StudioCanal, with StudioCanal distributing the Daniel Smart films and most of the films produced by Laserium Entertainment's international subsidiaries. In exchange, StudioCanal gave Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment and Mirum Films International the foreign territories/home video and worldwide TV rights (excluding in USA, Europe, Japan and Australia & New Zealand) to distribute its films.

In March 2017, they acquired the rights and ownership to the two FernGully films (from FAI Films' liquidators), the First Independent UK films and the Ernest movies (with its home videos, international, television, adaptation, remake, sequel rights, et cetera) owned by Cornerstone Media, Bellevue Entertainment, Second Sight Films, NBCUniversal, StudioCanal (after Optimum merged into StudioCanal UK), Lionsgate/Anchor Bay, BBC Worldwide and FremantleMedia (the owner od few films after Prism Leisure was merged into FremantleMedia Home Entertainment). This makes Laserium Holdings one of the four companies that own the full First Independent Films UK library, with Sony Pictures, TimeWarner and Channel 4.

Vulcan Inc, AMC Networks and Naguib Sawiris (one of the owners of Euronews) announced a deal with Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment, where the latter would distribute the formers' content on home video and private networks in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

In June 2017, there were rumors of Laserium-CER2 being re-branded into a "full on, 100% Laserium" entity. That month, Shout Factory and Full Moon Features announced that Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment will distribute the former two's products internationally.

In January 20, 2019, Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment was shut down and all of its assets, libraries and home entertainment operations were transferred to Qualis Entertainment.

VTE Qualis Holdings
Qualis 2019

Qualis Holdings Inc.

VTE Old Dominion Media
Old Dominion Media

LSN 2019 El Pol Jetix-0Hyper 2018 FMCNetworks Kitchen by SM&E Luckykids 2015 Nostalgic 2018 CZ 2018 Cloo-main-logo Dare GoTV OD Manmade Levibross Network Blk 2019 Vivo 2019 AHD Six Network Dice 2019 TNN 2019Channel Z 2019 Ganador 2019 CISF 1 2006

FMC Networks: FMC (Country | Live | Gospel | Rock | EDM | Jazz | Urban | Top 40 | Classic Pop | FamilySounds | Soul | Metal | Chill) | FMC International (UK & Ireland | France | Italy | Arabia | Latin America | Piramca) | FMC Two

Assets related to main brands: Jetix International (The N) | Kunchia (Poland) | Nostalgic El Kadsre, Francophone Canada, MEA and Romania | Vivo Cinema (Vivo Cinema Family) | Vivo Screensport | CZ (Russia) | Jetix Max programming block | Six Productions and Jetix Studios | Channel Z Greater China & Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan and Indonesia | Ganador Australia, France and MEA | Otherkind El Kadsre | Manmade Europe and Middle East | Luckykids Middle East | Dare MEA | CISF Group (CISF 2 | CISF 3 | CISF 4 | CISF Bollywood) and Select


Qualis Entertainment:
Qualis Family Entertainment (Kidinator Studios (Kidinator Films) | Qualis Animation) | A Studios | CER Two Interactive | WOW Network (Wow) | The BBB Group | Ultra Productions (Ultra Video | Ultra Home Entertainment) | Q2 Entertainment | Luna Productions


Other television channels
M&E (France)Spadek | Duria | Nove | Centrum | SuperSoup | CherryMint Network | PolyGram Channel | Kanal U | STR | Tidal | Woman TV | G4 | TCC UK/ToonSchool UK & Ireland | Topitoomay Channel | Topitoomay 2nd Avenue | EVBE | Television Mundo & Television Mundo 2 | Smile USA | TCC Piramca | Toon Malachi (UK) | ToonSpin | The CW Crime | The CW One | The CW Diva | The CW Living | The CW Food | The CW Drama | The CW Fashion | The CW Passion | The CW Sci-Fi & Horror | The CW Viva Cinema | Ultra Cinema (Family | Plus | 5 Star) | Ultra Cuisine | Ultra Horror | Pride | Ultra 2 | Ultra Kids U! | Ultra Edu | Ultra Due | Ultra 2 Premiere Australia | Optica

United States-only channels: Toonvision | EmoTV | Centric | TechTV America


Notable series:
Big Brother (Brysen) | Chris | Stadium Academy: The Series | Ice Breakers | The Adventures Of D&P | Potions 101 (Potions 101 Live) | Forts | The Walk Home


Old Dominion Media News & Sports Division:

Qualis Alternative Productions:
Apple Wilson Productions | Qualis Productions UK | Crater Films (Netherlands)

The News Network Group:
The News Network | Ultra News (Ultra News TV channel (Jornal da Ultra | Ultra Balita | Telegiornale Ultra | Ultra-Aktuelles | Dziennik Ultra | Ultra Nieuws)) | TNN Business | Topitoomay News (Variants) | Ultra Text | Ben's News | OneTwoCollege.com Group (Faktoid | OneTwoCollege.com)

Lava Sports Networks:
Channels: Lava Sports 1, 2, 3 and 4 | Specialty Channels (Nitro | Racer | News | en Espanol | Extreme | Highlights | VS)
International channels (List): Japan | Piramca | India | Floweria | Australia
Programming: Lava Sports Talk
Other assets: Lava Sports Fantasy | Lava Sports Games | Lava Sports Radio | Lava Sports Regional Networks (Lava Sports College) | The CW Sports 1 (HD)


Old Dominion Interactive Media Group:
Laserium.com | Cartoon Orbit | VyondNetwork.com | Qualis Digital Network | Laserium Game Studios (LGS London | Maxred | Game Agent | BadHat Games) | Libum Electronics (Nitrome | Vexner Laboratories | Alpha Zone | NewSystem | NewPlayer | Xfire | Air) | Laserium Neptune (license only)


Oak Acres Entertainment:

Theme parks: Oak Acres Park | Laserium Park London | Laserium Park Los Angeles | Warner MovieWorld El Kadsre | XPZone
Cinemas: Bachmann | Solar | Bachmann Premium

Subsidiaries: Lava Lamp Live Entertainment (Greeny Phatom Live) | AniSpark LLC | Qualis Streaming Services LLC (Screen.com | Laserium Digital Studios) | Laserium Consumer Products (Shore Organization | Virgin Cola | Remco Toys) | Quoner Management | Laserium F1 Racing Team | Laserium Comics and Quito Publishing | Laserium Sega Experiences | Oren Restaurants

Other assets:
CaldorAmes (Caldor | Ames) | Laserium Health LLC (50%) | Kadsre Bank Group (Checkmasters) | Lastecom Sinclair (Afrabcom (Axiom) | Kadsrecom | Volar | Sinclair Internet & Entertainment) | Lareco Records (2 Ways Records) | Qualis Music Group (List of labels) | EME Group (EME | Kaliu | Kaliu Trucks | Healey | Velocidad | Solare | EME Carent) | Wyldlyfe Television Partners and Marketing Services SA (Animal | Wyldlyfe) | Salovaara & Kukkonen Group | Octagon Cable Entertainment (Gaga Broadcasting Ltd. (Screen (International) | Zigzag) | EMI Records | PG | Cinecorn/Cinecorn Bollywood) | Qualis Radio (New York/Chicago | Manila), KCTW and WBMA | Laserium Premium/Aaarne | The Khors Companies, Oddly Good Partners LLC and Qualis Investments | Roguetown Media (Roguetown TV channel | Roguetown magazine) | Bad Robot Digital (minority stake) | YG SLN! (majority stake)

VTE Former assets
Former assets: Cool Metal | Coffee Stain (replaced by FMC Rock) | Hollywood Stars | Living | Hollywood Movies | Spooky Channel by ToonCity | B Channel 25 Years | TV Mania | B Channel 3D | Everything Universal | EVB3 (USA) | EVB4 (USA) | CBJ Sport | DBC Sports | Scratch U8 Kids/Kids Network | YTV on Scratch U8 Network | Ybox (consoles) | Esquire 3/4/Horror/Disney/Edge/Plus/Kids/Edu | G4 Movies/Weed TV | KawaiiTV | Disney Kids | CBeebies 11, Equator HD, D HD, Gunslingers HD, Rave HD, Discovery Kids HD, Voom HD Networks | SBC 1 | KCEZ-DT2 | Pre-Toons | Globo Network (became M&E) | Beuren Channel (merged to Suius TV) | Beurenexx | Globo Kids (became Lasmax) | Globo Sports | CGlobo | Object Show Network | American Ninja Warrior Network | Windows Vista | Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 8.1 | Edubuntu | Ubuntu | Kubuntu | KawaiiTV (UK & Ireland) | Toonvision Rewind (UK & Ireland) | FMC Germany | ToonSchool (Central & Eastern Europe) | Worldkids (Greece) | Worldkids (Turkey) | EVB3 (UK) | EVB4 (UK) | Clan Network | EVB Gulp (UK) | EVB Yoyo (UK) | EVB Network (HD) (UK) | Lexington Broadcasting Network | Giallo and Focus channels (of Switchover Media) | Pink 15| Pink 3 | Pink Soap | Pink Kuvar | Pink Super Kids, Pink Kids | Everything Network France | Halogen HD | KawaiiTV (Japan) | JBC 楽しい | Bukidnon Sports Channel | Lifestyle Bukidnon | Toon Malachi (Randomia) | Teletoon Retro Randomia | Nicktoons Randomia | Worldkids (MENA) | DBC Films' Sega World | Yumi | Teamy TV (replaced by TXTelevision (Canada)) | Seven Television | Six Television | Five Television | Four Television | Three Television | Beuren Magic Foam | Vault Beuren | Nysoni Zeta | Levibross Joi | Canwest Network | Access-TV | Bachmann Nature | Bachmann Crime | Bachmann Plus | QSD TV | The Malachi Drama Channel | The Malachi Signatures | ben's32 | The Malachi Comedy Channel | Ben's-Pathé Communications Inc. | Ben's/Malachi Home Entertainment | Ben's Television | Sony Central, Scottish, Channel, Grampian, UTV, TVS, TSW, Thames, ATV, Rediffusion, ABC, Southern, Westcountry, HTV and TWW | Studio 23 (India) (HD)/The CW One | Warner News, Warner Ananda, Warner Majha (Sold in 2012 to Warner Bros. Entertainment) | Ene (sold in 2018 to Mediaset) | Toonvision international channels (UK & Ireland | MENA | Toonvision Latin America | Canada | France | Spain | Germany | Italy | Netherlands | Portugal | CEE | Russia & CIS | Greece | Turkey | Southeast Asia | Australia | Japan | Pakistan | Taiwan | Philippines) | Cube | Toonzak | Frisbee | Kids+ | WowToons | YTV2classic | Nextreme Max | Tooncity | Zeebo | Canal 5 Kids | GBC Kids | Lasmax Japan | Worldkids international channels (Australia | Canada | Latin America | Spain | France | Germany | Italy | Russia & CIS | Portugal | Netherlands | CEE | India | Japan | Philippines | South Korea | Taiwan | Southeast Asia) | Lasmini | Kids Fun Zone | Levibross Network international channels (Levibross Mya | Hungary & Latin America) | Steamboat | Piwi | PMTV Kids | Tooniverse Randomia | K2 Extra | Toonvision Classic | K2 (CEE) | Yo | K2 (Hungary) | K2 (Latin America) | K2 (Asia) | LSN CNP Galaxy/Now/Movie Channel/Sports Channel/Power Station/Octagon Movies/Octagon Series/Octagon Real/PowerBox 2 | Serbia | Hungary | Poland | Cyprus | Montenegro | Romania | Ukraine | T&C Italy, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania | 10MTV | CZ (Romania) | Suius TV Adria | Euroka | The Malachi Channel (Italy) | Kiváló TV | Wow Network Two | Acclaim Studios Los Angeles | Laserium Game Studios Shanghai and Tokyo | Weiss Bros, Spacetoon Kids TV, Spacetoon International FZ, Spacetoon Media Hub, SpaceToon Media Group and SpaceToon TV International | Critter Communications | Lava Television | Lareco Middle East, Lareco Africa and Lareco Asia | DBC Theme Parks | Cannon Theatrical Productions | Crocodile Corporation | Operating System Television Channels Ltd | Crystal Radio | Ultra Theme Parks | Fuse Networks Australia (LifeStyle, 111 and Comedy sold back to Foxtel Networks) | Trace Partners | Atresmedia Cine & Digital | El Kadsreian Melody (used to own 52%) | TFR Communications | Pilipinas Online Corporation | RCA-El Niño Pictures-Hoyts Video | Google Wonder | Asahi Showcase | El Niño Asahi Film Distributors International | DuMont Films | DuMont Home Video | Rainbow Eight | Jollibee Crime | GET Portugal | GET Spain | Google Spin | Google Kix | Google BeTV | El Niño Pictures Television | El Niño Asahi Television | El Niño Asahi Domestic Television | Asahi Television | Google Pictures Television International | Pepsi-Cola Telecommunications | Google Wonder Television | DuMont Studios | DuMont Enterprises | DuMont International | Rainbow Worldwide Television | Rainbow Television Entertainment | Rainbow Pay Television | DuMontGoogle Television Studio | Rainbow Media Studios | Rainbow Network Television | The WB International (The WB Türk | El WB en Español | The WB-IBN | The WB Indonesia | The WB Philippines) | UPN International: (UPN Türk | UPN en Español | UPN-IBN | UPN Indonesia | UPN Philippines) | POL Explorer | POL Hometown | POL OpenRide | PLDT-Alaxan Media Corporation | DBC-SonicBob Networks Group | WB Network Pinoy | UPN Pilipinas6 | DisNick Asia | Boomerang Disney (Southeast Asia) | Cartoon Network XD (Northeast Asia) | Windows Channel | MCOT World/SBS Plus | UTN | DBC-SonicBob Sports | Paramount-Buena Vista Movies | Visioner Entertainment | Visioner Interactive | Leopard Movie Network | Leopard Holdings | Crystal Franks | AGH | A Entertainment | ToonScratch Pictures | Zbox | Thorn Group | Warner-Rovio Films | ITV Television Stations | The Laserium Candy Company | Movie Agent Home Video | Viacom Newspapers | 2 Ways Games New York | DBC Games | Eskimo Entertainment | Globo-TMC Ventures France (became Suius M&E International Networks' France & Monaco divisions and TMC-Laserium Ventures France) | Globo Entertainment (merged to Suius M&E International Networks) | Globo Holdings, LLC | TVB-Globo Ventures China | Radio Beuren | Beuren Soda | Beuren Cola | Beuren Ice Cream | Beuren Theaters | Beuren Toys | Beuren Newspaper (merged to Infinity Media | Beuren Cars | Beuren Gasoline | Beuren Schools | Beuren Interactive (Beuren Mobile) | Van Beuren Consumer Foods | SEGA Gasoline | Sega Consumer Foods (SEGA Drinks | SEGA Cola | SEGA Foods | SEGA Soda) | SEGA Video (of sega.com) | SEGA Network | SEGA Holdings | SEGA Entertainment | JTV Restaurant | Next Level Studios USA | 7 Studios | SBC Foods | SBC Japan | SBC Classics | SBC Games | SBC Gasoline | Ub Iwerks Radio Group (Radio Iwerks) | Ub Iwerks Foods (Ub Iwerks Drinks) | Iwerks Toys | Ub Iwerks Theaters | Iwerks Interactive | Triumph Games | Ub Iwerks Gasoline | Ub Iwerks Toy Shop | Ub Iwerks Company | Castle Moon Entertainment | Dot/LTB Entertainment | LTB Productions | TLC Media | Bukidnon Corporation | Film Licensing Corp | Bachmann Multi Cinema | Bachmann Classics | Bachmann Television Animation | A Cinemas Group and A Home Entertainment Group | Bachmann Holdings | Warner Piramca | Paragon | Nysoni | GBC Technology | Computer Corporation Group | Industries Agent | LGS Moscow, Sydney, Torotno, Chicago, Austin, Manchester, Vancouver, Paris, Halifax, Amsterdam, Bangalore, Hamburg, Riverside, Dublin and Annecy | CedarMaple Australia, Live Interactive Sydney, Adrenium Monsoon and Black Ship Games | Laserium Game Studios Mobile and Pinball divisions | MPS Labs | Camera & Lights LP | Spectrum Alternative Entertainment Corporation | Spacetoon / MTV | TNT & Cartoon Network (Spain) | Regal Sine Channel | CIC Channel | DSN | RKO Network Asia | POL Amalgam TFR | Predecessors of Octagon channels | RTV News Text | Regional Media Corporation | RTV2HD | RTV2+1 | RTVHD | RTV+1 | B2 (Predecessors) | Singularity Games New York | Laserium Game Studios Shanghai and Tokyo | Y+ | GAC Team, Live Interactive, Roadshow Interactive, GBC Games, CedarMaple Games, Cannon Interactive UK, Laserium Game Studios Berlin and Laserium Game Studios Montreal | MSN-Globo | Dan Curtis Pictures | Rainbow Pictures | MyTV, Polar Play and Mini MyTV | TV Rules Network | JerramyTV | WGB Cable Network | Urban Planet | Scratch U8 Network | Cam | Wow Network One | Nothing | International versions of Ene | Old Dominion Pictures (Leopard Print Entertainment | Predecessors | Other) | Suius M&E Studios | Phoenix Entertainment Group, Sparrowhawk, VIP Media Group and Suius M&E International Networks Latin America | Laserium-CER2 Home Entertainment (Warning screens) | GBC Home Entertainment | GBC Television Group | Golden Factory Studios | GSP Entertainment | Starstruck Pictures | Jaja Studios | Globo Animation | Danger Pass Studios | GBC Television Studios | GBC Television Animation | GBC Digital Media | T&C Productions | T&C Films | Coca-Cola Film and Television Productions, Inc. | Sony-ITV Broadcasting Networks, Sony-ITV Regional Networks, Sony-ITV Cable Channels, Rainbow 1440 Entertainment, Rainbow Studios Family Productions, Rainbow Animation Studios | CIC International | DisNick XD | QUAD | Suius Canada | %1 | Radio Alex | Talkwave FM | Roadshow FM | Cannon Radio Italo | Nextreme Radio Network | Nextreme Radio Spain | WBC News Radio | FMC Radio Nouveautes | Laserium Radio Australia, Russia, Tahiti and Thailand | Laserium Radio 2 | Laserium Bookstores | JP Comics | TK Comics | Roadshow Comics | Ducky Comics | Infinity Pocket | MalaWorks Publishing (Ben's Books | Ben's Comics) | Idol-Sapphire | Shooting Star Comics | Paramount Comics | Village Books | Continuity Comics | Nexus | PowerBox Media Group | B Productions | If Entertainment | B Content | Wink Media (Wink Media USA) | Panorama Television | Cinv | Optimum Kinowelt | GBC 619 Productions | TMC-Laserium Ventures France | Boomerang Media | Ben's Programs Services (New York) | Dominik Animation Inc. | LBS Communications | M&J Productions | Crocodile North America | Mr. Man Guy Productions | Meridian | XL Productions | Ben's Tad Movies | Alive Films | Aurum Films | Bachmann Films (Film Institute of Scotland) | Crystal Entertainment (Crystal Television North America) | Mount Rushmore Productions | Submarine Animation | Learning Resources Productions | Gulf+Western Worldwide Acquisitions | Shooting Star Entertainment (Shooting Star Hasbro Studios) | Amalgam Inc. | John River Media Center | Irish Health Company | Sears Piramca (Kmart) | Kmart Piramca | Laserium Houses | Havek | Mediaset UK Television | Rude Productions | Laserium Energy & Mining Group | Canal 5 Sport | Glass Clock Sports | OCE Productions | Cannon Sports | CIC Premium | Google LIV | Spacetoon Media | CCG SpeakerTalker | Port tablets | Game Agent RPMs | ExtreMotion | Kato Labs | Foruma | SafeHome | Libum Labs | Lareco Music East | Bukidnon News Network | CIC Business | Inq7 News and Interactive (Ananda | Majha) | Business by SM&E | CIC News Channel, SM&E News, UBT News | UBT News 24 | Pira News | Inq7 News | X2 | Neb News | Neb.com | Laserium Park Washington DC | Laserium Park Tokyo | Laserium Park Seoul | Laserium Park Orlando | Starlight Corporation | Levibross Network Originals | MemeTV | Crocodile Originals | Starlight Animation Studios | Palmhouse | Lareco Amigo | RTV2 | RTV News | Funhouse International (Portugal | Turkey | Southeast Asia | MENA | Netherlands | Greece | Spain) | ToonSchool International (France | Italy | Germany | Latin America) | Chris Jr | Yay! | Antonio Burgers | Malachi's Burger Shop | Lastecom China Mobile | Afrabcom SW | Afrabcom EE | Afrabcom Nordics | Benri | OeboStore | Zigzag | Gold Warrior Productions | Google Pictures Television | Kid Cuisine (Piramca) (List of products) | Lunchables (Piramca) (List of products) | Ore-Ida Funky Fries (Piramca) | Suius 2, Bachmann Network, TXTelevision, Dopamine, Lava Series, BXX, Cannon Network, Comedy Network, FrighTV, Esquire Food, Everything Network, SRC Network, YTV USA, Esquire Network Docs, WEO, Puffy AmiYumi, Crocodile TV Channel, A-Channel, Tyne Tees Canada, Google Channel, Canal 5, Kai, Lasmax, Hiscanal, Teleclassic, 10MTV 2 | Cinema Agent | Pandora | Saturn Zinemak | Guild Cinemas | Village Bachmann | Europe Cinemas | Pira Jr. | Pira Kids | Pira Koolz Kids | Pira TV | Pira TV 2 | Pira TV 3 | Tooncast, Boomérang | Zaxby's | Mopass/Mobinema and InterD/Vexner Cinema | Icon Cinemas | Checkmasters UK | Starbucks at Checkmasters | Topitoomay Games | Old Dominion Foods products | GoPizza | Laserium Railways East | CCG Interactive | Air Labs | OK (private brand) | Chicken Wings | Laserium Hotels | K2 USA | Cinecorn USA | Random Networks | Switchover Media | Cinecorn Group Ltd & SA | PG Networks | Fuei Broadcasting Networks | Ya Media | Canwest Media | Spacetoon City | Sony Carlton/Granada | Retro | The WB | HBO | Adult Swim | Regional Television Corporation | Nature, TV Sea and Atom | Neb Media (Hyper+) | Kano OS | The Checkmasters Company | EME Special Vehicles | Audio Agent | Marincable | Old Dominion Music | Icarus Cinemas | Sega World Japan | GBC Design, Dreamcatcher Design and Alphamel | Kigis/Laserium Italia | Daniel Smart & Co | Movie Agent | Mediaset UK | FinleyLand Pictures (Others) | Car Rocket Films | GBC Films/GBC Holdings | Crystal Pictures | B-Gun Entertainment (B Channel) | JP Kids | Awarks Ctupo | Stevens Hills Miller | Echo Books | Nu Comics | R2 Radio | Infinity Media | Google Pictures Imageworks, Gulf+Western Mobile, GoAnimate Games | Cinecorn Japan | Pleasant | MyTV Music | Tad Network | K-FROG | LeapSearch | KB Broadcasting Digital Channels (CER Two Digital Networks) and Levibross Digital | X-Play/EI and BHN | Lareco Japan | PMTV | Marcus TV | Worldkids | Worldtoons | Ben's Greatest Morning and KidShow on BXX | Play TV | Vision | Gcc | Nightlife | Style | TV Classic | SM&E Pride | Café by SM&E/DSinR by SM&E | Fashionista | Cartoon Network XD | DisNick | Saline County Entertainment Television | Channel 6 (Others) | Ozone | The Malachi Music | GBC Music | Dancefloor Latin America | Auction2 | Nostalgic TV Partners | SM&E Networks | Google Media | Spacetoon 2 | Spacetoon United States | Lareco Music Group/Easter Island Records | Cinenetwork (Jetania | Kuboia) | BKN | Joshie1boy Network and SLN! Scifi Network | Meteo | SLN! comedychannel | Toon Disney/Playhouse Disney | Treehouse | WB Network | Home Theater Network | Spotlight | Cinetoon USA | BFTV | SLN! cinemachannel | Kilo | Fox Kids | VH3 | Quito Inc. | The Cookie Jar Company and their Cookie Jar Toons block | Cookie Jar Network | NAN 1 (Other) | NAN 2 | 4Kids Entertainment | Fun | Qualis Radio Macon and Benton | Carpenter Productions | Ultra Carpenter | Ultra Choice | Ultra Carpenter Video | Yo | ToonR | Channel 5 | Militevee | Gyllene | BBB Entertainment | AMG Television | Suius TV | SEGA Television | +1 | Xtranormal Network | May Superstores | Telero | KCER Media | Qualis Television Stations Group | Lumix & Silver Cable | TBS | EnzoTV4babies | EnzoTV4adults | Tele Monte Carlo (Uruguay)

Past consoles and computers:
Nitrome Pong Console | Nitrome II | Nitrome Text to Speech TV Fun | Nitrome Enjoyment System | Nitrome 32 (Nitrome 32 CD | Nitrome 64-i) | Nitrome Unity | Nitrome Unity 128 | Nitrome Unity 256 | Nitrome Unity 512 | Nitrome Unity 1024 | New Playing Engine | CCG Engine 2 | CCG Engine 3 | CCG Engine 4 | CDX | CCG Core | CCG PC One | Eagle Hybird Entertainment System | Eagle Visual Computer | Eagle PCDVD | Z2000 | DBC 3D World | DBC Adventure | DBC Super | DBC TeleGame | DBC Toy TV | DBC Vision | Nitrome Handtrome | Nitrome 32 Portible | Nitrome Handtrome Unity | Nitrome Handtrome Unity 2 | Nitrome Handtrome Unity 3 | CCG Nano | CCG Nano Colors | Stereo Pocket | CCG Alpha | CCG Spire | Nitrome Handtrome Unity 4 | Nitrome Unity 2048 | Laserium Durango | CCG Nano Silm | Ben's Period (brand and group of consoles) | Eagle 4 | Mars

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Spun off assets:
TV1 | Airpink | SEGA, Sonic Team, SEGA Sports, Sega.com | Atresmedia Events, Atresmedia Advertising, Atresmedia Foundation and Trace Foundation | Greenyworld Studios | Minecraft Pictures Entertainment | Burnstreet Films | Walden Pond Press, Telegael Teoranta, Rat Pack Filmproduktion and Walden Media | TNT & Cartoon Network (T&C HD) | Technic Drinks, Inc. | Spacetoon channels in Middle East, Indonesia and Maghreb with Space Power TV and Spacetoon Plus | Cherry Hill Mall | Springfield Mall | Forts-Cola Inc | SpaceToon Animation College | InquisiCharta nv | Vyond Pictures | NDTV Good Times | Destiny Publications | WJRT | KPLR | Ginx TV | Globalshi | Warner Channel (Toonami) | Lifetime (Australia) | Chronostorm


Affiliated companies:
Legacy Pictures | Virtual Entertainment | Dreamcatcher Entertainment (Singularity Games | Singularity UK) | Wyldlyfe Education Society | Nextreme Entertainment (Slash) | Zoop Entertainment Holdings | Grupo IVT de Comunicação | Champion Digital Broadcasting | RTC Communications | Lavon Media (Lavon Studios) | Ultra Limited | KidsCo Channel

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