Sandrew Metronome

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Sandrew Metronome is an international brand with a rich heritage within the entertainment industry, its history dating back to the 1930s. Sandrew Metronome was divested from Schibsted Media Group in 2013 and acquired by a group of investors.

Sandrew Metronome was for decades one of the leading Scandinavian majors. Historically revenue was generated from the exploitation of its content through traditional distribution platforms, including theatrical distribution, home entertainment and television. Sandrew Metronome also owned movie theatres in Sweden, Denmark and Finland with no. 2 positions in the Nordics.

For several years, Sandrew Metronome was the Nordic distributor for films by Warner Bros. and had also acquired the Nordic rights for the movies from Focus Features, Miramax, Pathé, Lionsgate.

The business has since then been repositioned to having a sharp focus on exploitation of and investment in entertainment content for digital distribution platforms.

Sandrew Metronome holds a broad collection of valuable intellectual property and commercially successful and critically acclaimed entertainment content, such as movies, TV series and music catalogue rights. In the movie catalogue are among others the high quality and award winning movies titles: Der Untergang, The Queen, Lost In Translation, The Phantom Of The Opera , and Volver.

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