Entertainment One Distribution

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Entertainment One Distribution
Formerly called
Koch International, LLC
Koch Entertainment Distribution LLC
E1 Entertainment Distribution
Division
Industry Home distribution
Areas served
United States and Canada
Products Blu-ray, DVD, CD, Video games
Parent Entertainment One
Divisions eOne Distribution US
eOne Distribution Canada
Vidéoglobe1
Website entertainmentone.com/distribution

Entertainment One Distribution (formerly Koch Entertainment and E1 Entertainment Distribution) is the home media manufacturing and distribution arm of Entertainment One Ltd.

Notable for having led the independent sector with the largest number of Billboard-charting titles[citation needed], over 150 Koch distributed titles enjoyed success on various Billboard charts in 2003. Most notably, Koch dominated the Billboard charts in May 2003 when it simultaneously claimed 7 Top 200 albums and 10 Top Independent albums. Also, in 2004, Koch held the top 3 positions on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart, two of which were Koch Records titles (now eOne Music).

On January 22, 2009, Entertainment one changed the name of the company to "E1 Entertainment Distribution."

With the re-branding of Entertainment One in 2010, the company was renamed "Entertainment One Distribution."

The company now manufactures various media on disc and digital including CD, DVD, Blu-ray and video game discs.

The division works under three banners, one in the United States as eOne Distribution US, and two in Canada - one in all of Canada except Quebec as eOne Distribution Canada and a third one in Quebec as Vidéoglobe1.

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eOne Distribution is the largest independent music and video distributor in North America[citation needed] and holds the highest market share of any independent.

The division manufactures several independent and major studios home media releases in Canada where they operate as Entertainment One Distribution Canada in all of Canada except Quebec and as Vidéoglobe1 in Quebec, including: Anchor Bay Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, VVS Films, Disney, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Phase 4 Films and Sony Pictures.

In the United States, they operate as eOne Distribution US and manufacturers titles for their own studio as well as the Animeigo, Belmondo Entertainment and Cohen Media Group. They also distribute various music labels throughout the United States.

eOne Distribution US[edit]

Entertainment One US LP.
Formerly called
Koch Entertainment LP
E1 Entertainment U.S. LP
Division
Industry Home distribution
Founded 2005
Headquarters 22 Harbor Park Drive
Port Washington, New York
,
United States
Areas served
United States
Key people
Michael Koch[disambiguation needed]
(President)
Products Blu-ray, DVD, CD, Video games
Parent Entertainment One Distribution
Website us.entertainmentone.com/distribution

Video[edit]

eOne Distribution Canada[edit]

Entertainment One GP Ltd.
Division
Industry Home distribution
Founded 2007
Headquarters 70 Driver Road, Unit #1
Brampton, Ontario
, Canada
Areas served
Canada
Key people
Darren Throop
(President)
Patrice Theroux
(Vice President)
Products Blu-ray, DVD, CD, Video games
Parent Entertainment One Distribution
Divisions Vidéoglobe1
Website ca.entertainmentone.com/distribution

Vidéoglobe1[edit]

Vidéoglobe1 Inc.
Branch
Industry Home distribution
Founded 1997
Headquarters 6000 Chemin de la Cote de Liesse
Saint-Laurent, Quebec
, Canada
Areas served
Quebec
Key people
Karim Trottier
(President)
Darren Throop
(Secretary)
Yvonne Molleur
(Administration Manager)
Products Blu-ray, DVD, CD, Video games
Parent eOne Distribution Canada
Website videoglobe1.com/

Vidéoglobe1 Inc. is the Quebec branch of Entertainment One Distribution Canada that distributes in Quebec. Their headquarters are located in Saint-Laurent, a borough of Montreal.

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eOne Distribution[edit]

Videoglobe1[edit]


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