E1 Entertainment U.S.
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|Type||Subsidiary of Entertainment One|
|Headquarters||New York, USA|
eOne Home Video (also now known as Entertainment One U.S., formerly Koch Vision) a division of Entertainment One, was founded in 1999 as part of Koch Entertainment's entry into the home video market as Koch's rental and sell-through home video division. eOne Home Video's mission is to distribute classic and cutting-edge video products that educate, enrich and entertain.
Their broad range of product genres includes award-winning children’s television shows, fitness programs, popular British TV mini-series, live music concerts, feature films, and documentaries. Koch Vision distributes such notable properties as Shelley Duvall’s Faerie Tale Theatre, Popular Mechanics for Kids, Popeye, The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers, Wire in the Blood, the Peter Jennings Reporting documentaries, Edward R. Murrow's Person to Person, Most Haunted, Lost Tomb of Jesus, McLeod's Daughters and numerous BBC classic television programs, including the BBC's 1966 version of The Three Musketeers.
eOne Home Video recently signed a distribution deal to distribute fitness star John Basedow's Fitness Made Simple program, [dead link] and also announced the acquisition of several classic BBC television programs.[not in citation given]
eOne Home Video also partners with and represents properties from ABC News, CBS, BBC, Condé Nast Publications, Hearst Communications, PBS, Ragdoll Productions, E.W. Scripps Company, and other major international producers and content owners.