Contents 1948–1955 1955–1965 1965–1974 1948–1955 1955–1965 1965–1974 In 1965, Screen Gems launched their new "S" symbol which looks like a spiral. This logo's televisual accompaniment, commonly known as the "Screen Gems S from Hell" is very infamous to many people. It is believed to be one of the scariest logos ever. The Screen Gems logo was designed by Tom Geismar of Chermayeff & Geismar. In 1974, Screen Gems was renamed as Columbia Pictures Television. The Screen Gems name was brought back in 1999 for its movie counterpart. 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Other channels: Animax | Game Show Network5(Other) | Star Channel (Japan) | Lifetime (Latin America)6 | FMN7 Other Businesses Sony Pictures Mobile | Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions | AXN Sync | AXN Now | AXN Player | Movies Anywhere | Sony Crackle | Sony Pictures Studios | HOOQ8 | Madison Gate Records Former/Defunct properties The Burbank Studios | CBC Film Sales Corporation | Columbia Night at the Movies | Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International | Embassy Home Entertainment | First Release Home Entertainment | The Guber-Peters Entertainment Company | Jim Henson Pictures | Magic Window | Musicvision | Rastar Films | RCA-Columbia Pictures-Hoyts Video | Sony Wonder | SVS Triumph | Tri-Star Showcase | Triumph Films | Video Box Office | Screen Gems Television (Others) | Columbia Pictures Television (Others) | Columbia Pictures Television Distribution | Columbia TriStar Television (Others) | Columbia TriStar Domestic Television | Sony Pictures Television International | Sony Wonder Television | Screen Gems Network | Colex Enterprises | Spelling-Goldberg Productions | Tandem Productions | T.A.T. Communications Company (Others) | Embassy Communications | Embassy Pay Television | Merv Griffin Enterprises (Others) | Rastar Television | Coca-Cola Telecommunications | Barris Industries | Barris Program Sales | Four D Productions | The Mimus Corporation | Diplomatic Productions | Culver Entertainment | Victory Television | Columbia/Embassy Television |Fearnet | AXN Crime | SET Portugal | SET Spain | Sony Spin | 3net | Sony BeTV | Sony Channel Southeast Asia | Sony Le Plex HD | Sony Rox HD | Sony Ten Golf HD | Film1 1Under license from Turner Broadcasting System. 2Joint venture with BBC Worldwide. 3Joint venture with ESPN. 4Under license from Viasat. 5Joint venture with AT&T. 6Joint venture with A+E Networks. 7Joint venture with Dori Media Group. 8Joint venture with Warner Media and Singtel. 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