The word "MEDA" below the detail "Media Home Entertainment, Inc." In 1978, a filmmaker Charles Band established Media Home Entertainment. The word, Meda, was the name of founder Charles Band's then-wife and serves as a play on words
In 1984, the company was purchased by Heron Communications, Inc. (a subsidary of Gerald Ronson's Heron International).
In 1991, Media Home Entertainment titles were distributed by CBS/Fox Video and Fox Video (both now 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment). In 1993, most of the Media Home Entertainment assets were absorbed into 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment while home video rights library was sold to Video Treasures (now Anchor Bay Entertainment).