For other related logos and images, see:
MGM/CBS Home Video
MGM/UA Home Video
MGM Home Entertainment
1998–2005 (North America & International), 1998–present (Asia)
Despite being acquired by Sony in 2005 for North America and everywhere else, this logo is still used in Asia on it’s VCD Releases.
As of 2005, with the formation of MGM's parent company, MGM Holdings, the post-May 1986 library was distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment until 2006 when 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment took over the distribution rights. The rights for that library was transferred to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on June 30, 2020. Further video releases of the pre-May 1986 library are distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment through their ownership of Turner Entertainment Co. Beginning in December 2018, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment distributes only select MGM films released by United Artists Releasing, as well as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment distributes select Orion Pictures films and non-theatrical new MGM titles since 2019. As of 2012, MGM uses the 2012 logo for their movies as their de-facto standard for DVD and Blu-ray releases of late 2012-present titles.
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|Part of Sony
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Theme Parks: Columbia Pictures Aquaverse
Defunct television channels: United States: 3net8 | UK and Ireland: TruTV9 | Western Europe: AXN Italy | SET Portugal | SET Spain | Central and Eastern Europe: AXN Crime | Sony Channel (Baltics10 | Turkey) | Sony Turbo9 | Southeast Asia: Sony Channel | Sony BeTV | India: AXN | Sony ESPN11 | Sony Le Plex HD | Sony Rox HD | Sony Ten Golf HD | Canada: Sony Movie Channel | AXN Movies | Latin America: Sony Spin3 | South Africa: Sony Channel | Sony Max
Divested television channels: Southeast Asia:13 AXN | Gem | One | Animax | UK and Ireland: Sony Pictures Television UK Networks14 (Sony Channel | Sony Movies | Sony Movies Classic | Sony Movies Action) | Netherlands: Film115 | Russia:16 Sony Channel Russia | Sony Sci-Fi | Sony Turbo | Central and Eastern Europe:17 AXN (Hungary, Poland, Romania) | AXN Black (Central Europe, Poland, Romania) | AXN White (Romania, Ukraine) | AXN Spin (Balkans, Poland, Romania) | Hungary17 (AXN | Sony Max | Sony Movie Channel | Viasat 318 | Viasat 617)
1Co-owned with Aniplex.
|Part of NBCUniversal (Comcast)
|Part of ViacomCBS (National Amusements)