Playhouse Video (1985-1990)Edit
In 1985 and 1989, Playhouse Video distributed all seven Dr. Seuss films that aired on CBS and ABC in the '70s and early '80s.
View-Master Video and Warner Bros. Records (1985-1997)Edit
From 1985 to 1995, View-Master Video and Warner Bros. Records distributed all Kidsongs videos. These logos can still be seen on the episodes Country Sing-Along and Boppin' with the Biggles on DVD and iTunes.
Together Again Productions (1985-present)Edit
Together Again Productions (originally Together Again Video Productions) is the main distributor for all 120 Kidsongs installments and re-releases in multi-pack sets. The first logo on the very left was used since the beginning of time, while the second logo in the middle appeared on the 1987 re-prints and continued to be in use until the last logo on the very right debuted when Sony Wonder began distributing Kidsongs in 1997.
The first logo is no longer available, but the second logo can still be seen on the first two seasons of The Kidsongs Television Show, and the third logo, which is the most common of them all, will appear at the end of all Kidsongs music video shows and the syndicated Kidsongs TV Show on iTunes.
In the first episode of the 1994 season of The Kidsongs Television Show, you can hear the music from the original 1985-1987 logo. Starting with the second episode of that season, the music is remixed. And in the episode "I Can't Play Sports" (episode 13), the music is sped up.Finally, in the Season 3 episode "We Love Fire Trucks" (episode 17), the logo from the previous season was mistakenly used instead of the 1997 logo.
Random House Home Video (1986-2001)Edit
When the last three Dr. Seuss films from 1977-1982 were re-released on VHS in 1992, they were distributed by Random House Home Video.
Kid Vision (1993-2002)Edit
From 1993 to 1997, Shining Time Station and, as of August 13, 1995, Kidsongs, had their videos distributed by Kid Vision. The company itself remained active until 2002.
Sony Wonder (1995-2006)Edit
In 1997, Kid Vision sold its distribution rights for Kidsongs videos to Sony Wonder, who released the last four videos and Season 3 of The Kidsongs Television Show. The logo was also seen at the end of the ten of the 24 videos that aired on PBS as special presentations in 1998 and 1999. Following this logo would be the WTTW Chicago and American Program Service idents, both of which were seen on other shows that aired on PBS during the late 1990s but were not actually PBS originals.
From 2001 to 2006, the Sony Wonder logo continued to appear on other videos besides Kidsongs.
FUNimation Productions (1996-present)Edit
All Kirby: Right Back at Ya! DVDs from 2002 to 2005 use this logo, up to Kirby: Fright to the Finish!.
All Sonic X and Kirby: Right Back at Ya! DVDs from 2005 to 2009 use this logo.
Shogakukan Video and Media Factory (1998-2000)Edit
Original Japanese VHS releases of Pocket Monsters contained these logos. However, if the videos were released with English translating closed captions, the Shogakukan Video logo would be replaced by the full screen version of the regular Warner Home Video logo (to make it more suitable for non-Japanese audiences), before the Media Factory logo follows it.
Viz Video (1998-2001, 2007)Edit
All 26 Pokémon videos (including DVDs) from 1998 to 2001 contain this logo. The logo makes a surprising appearance on a few 2007 Ranma 1/2 DVDs.
Shout! Factory (2003-present)Edit
Shout! Factory's first logo can be seen on DVDs of all six Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons, as well as My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, including the "Equestria Girls" film (also on Blu-ray Disc). The second film, Rainbow Rocks, has the second logo seen in the middle. The third film, Friendship Games, has the third logo on the very right.
You'll see the first warning screen on most DVDs of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic from Shout! Factory (including the most recent Friends and Family), as well as the first Equestria Girls movie. On the other hand, the second warning screen came from the third Equestria Girls movie, Friendship Games.
TMS Entertainment (2003-present)Edit
The French dubbed version of Sonic X on DVD has this logo. The other variant, a still logo, is used in the English dub of this anime.
DHX Media/Hasbro Studios (2010-present)Edit
Studio B Productions was acquired by DHX Media in December 2007, and later also bought Cookie Jar Entertainment's properties in August 2012, making DHX Media the largest independent owner of all children's programming on television.
The Studio B Productions logo can be seen on Season 1 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, while the DHX Media logo is seen on Seasons 2-4 and My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, all on Discovery Family (formerly the Hub Network). Either logo would then cut to the Hasbro Studios logo, in which a much longer version can also be found on My Little Pony DVDs, while on the other hand, the older Hasbro logo from 2008 can be seen on the very first My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic DVD, The Friendship Express.