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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC
Formerly called
Magnetic Video
20th Century-Fox Video
CBS Fox Video
Fox Video
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
Industry Home video
Founded 1977; 40 years ago (1977)[1] (as Magnetic Video)
Headquarters Century City, Los Angeles
Key people
Mike Dunn (President)
Mary Daily (President & CMO, WW Mktg)
Keith Feldman (President, Global Distribution)
James Finn (EVP, Corp & Mktg Comm)
Danny Kaye (EVP, Global Research & Tech Strategy)
Products Home video
Owner 21st Century Fox
Parent 20th Century Fox

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment LLC (formerly Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc., doing business as 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment) is the home video distribution arm of the 20th Century Fox film studio. It was established in 1977 as Magnetic Video and was later known as 20th Century Fox Video, CBS/Fox Video and FoxVideo, Inc.[citation needed]

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment was founded in 1995 as the distribution outlet for FoxVideo, CBS/Fox, Fox Kids Video, CBS Video, Fox Interactive, and Magnet Interactive.[2]

They serve as a UK distributor for Pathé movies and their film library for home media releases. Fox also distributed Yari Film Group DVD titles in North America.

TCFHE also distributes MGM and United Artists titles since MGM ended their home video agreement with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Fox's worldwide distribution deal with MGM was due to expire in September 2011, but was renewed and extended on April 13, 2011 and was due to expire in 2016 but was renewed and extended again and, this time, it will be due to expire in June 2020[3]). They also distribute titles from Relativity Media, EuropaCorp U.S.A., Annapurna Pictures and Entertainment One.[4]

Fox's best selling DVD titles are currently the various season box sets of The Simpsons.[5] They also once served as the U.S. distributor for television and/or film products released by BBC Video until those North American distribution rights expired in 2000 and have since then been transferred to Warner Home Video.[6] They also distributed HIT Entertainment releases in 2006 until 2008 when video distribution moved to Lionsgate Home Entertainment, then Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.[citation needed]

In late 2006, the company began releasing its titles on Blu-ray.[7]



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