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Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment

The logo resembles it's 1975-1981 movie counterpart logo.

1979-1982

RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video (1982-1991)

From 1982 to December 1991, Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment is renamed domestically as RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video and internationally as RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video.

1982-1987

1986-1991

RCA-Columbia Pictures Home Video International

1982-1988

1988-1992

RCA/Columbia Pictures/Hoyts Video Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

1983-1989

1988-1992

Columbia TriStar Home Video/Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (1992-2005)

From January 1992 to April 2001, RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (internationally known as RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video) is renamed as Columbia TriStar Home Video.

1992, 1993, 1995

1992-1993, 1997, 2000

1993-2001, 2002, 2004-2006

1995-1996

The style of the logo would soon be used for Columbia TriStar Television in almost mid or late 1995.

1995-1998, 2004

1997

1997–2001

1999–2002

2001-2005

On April 24th, 2001, Columbia Tristar Home Video changed its name for the fourth time in a row to Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment, introducing a bold, glossy new logo with a majestic, synthesized soundtrack. In 2002, CTHE became one of the last subsidiaries of Sony Pictures to bear the Columbia TriStar branding along with Columbia TriStar Film Distributors International and the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, as Columbia TriStar Domestic Television and Columbia TriStar International Television were rebranded as Sony Pictures Television and Sony Pictures Television International. On November 30th, 2004, CTHE was renamed as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in the USA and Canada. SPHE continued to use the Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment name and logo in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and some other territories outside North America. It was not until June 20th, 2005 that SPHE finally decided to adopt the current Sony Pictures Home Entertainment name and logo worldwide, although until April 2006, the logo was still used on VHS releases in the UK & Ireland and also on reprints of some previously released films and TV shows on VHS and DVD.

Videos

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

From late 2004 onwards, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment was renamed as Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

2005-present