1952–1964 This article or section lacks a former logo at the moment.You can help Logopedia by uploading it here. 1964–1969 1969–1975 V • T • E Sony Music Entertainment Part of Sony Flagship labels Columbia Records | RCA Records | Epic Records | Arista Records Other labels/properties Arista Nashville | Ariola Records | Bad Boy Records | Century Media Records | Columbia Nashville | Columbia SevenOne | DefStar Records | Freebandz | Legacy Recordings | Nick Records | Now That's What I Call Music! | Philadelphia International Records | Provident Label Group | RCA Inspiration | RCA Records Nashville | RED Music | Sony Music Publishing (EMI Production Music | Extreme Music) | Sony Classical | Sony Masterworks | Sony Music Entertainment Japan (Aniplex | Peanuts Worldwide (39%)1 | Sony Creative Products) | Sony Music Latin | Syco Music | The Orchard | Thirty Tigers | Ultra Music | Vevo | 604 Records | Madison Gate Records Defunct/Former American Recordings | Aware Records | Bang Records | Bell Records | Bertelsmann Music Group | Buddah Records | CBS Records International | Colgems Records | Colpix Records | Columbia Graphophone Company | Creation Records | EMI Music Publishing | Fox Records | Jive Records | J Records | LaFace Records | Loud Records | Nickelodeon Video | Relativity Records | Sony Wonder2 | Sony Music Soundtrax | TriStar Music | TVT Records | Zomba Label Group | Def Jam Recordings Notes 1 Co-owned with WildBrain (41%) and Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates (20%). 2 Now a label of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Retrieved from "https://logos.fandom.com/wiki/Bell_Records?oldid=2092164" Categories: Missing former logo Defunct Record labels Sony Music Entertainment Sony 1952 Defunct record labels Columbia Pictures Arista Records Bell Records Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.