KidVision was a Warner Music Group-owned home video distributor of children's programing active from 1993 to 2002.
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|Industry||video distributing for children|
|Products||Shining Time Station (1993–1994)
Real Animals (1994–1998)
Dream Big (1995)
Fay Presents (1995)
Kathie Lee's Rock n' Tots Café (1995)
Baby Goes... (1995)
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley (1994–1997)
You're Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley's (1995–1997)
The Magic School Bus (1994–2002)
Gumby: The Movie (1995)
KidVision was founded as a division of A*Vision Entertainment, later WarnerVision Entertainment in 1993 and started distributing videos in 1994 with The Magic School Bus, Shining Time Station, Kidsongs and the Real Wheels series.
In 1997, KidVision moved under Warner Home Video, and continued to distribute Magic School Bus videos until March 1998. From January 1999 until April 2002, they would be distributed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. The company was shut down at the end of 2002 after their last title, The Magic School Bus, was released.
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