DVD and Blu-ray

Shout! Factory Celebrates 10 Years With Year-Long Campaign to Mark Major Milestone

Shout! Factory, a leading multi-platform entertainment company, will mark its 10th anniversary in 2013 and commemorate its decade of excellence as a purveyor of pop culture. The commemorative Shout! Factory 10th anniversary logo is unveiled today and is featured at the top of this news release. Since 2003, Shout! Factory has built a solid reputation as a preeminent independent home entertainment group, and reigns supreme in producing, uncovering and revitalizing highly sought-after entertainment properties in lavish packages crammed with compelling, high value content. Pioneers in music compilation and classic television reissues, Shout! Factory founders Richard Foos, Bob Emmer and Garson Foos previously launched Rhino Records. Throughout 10 years of establishing Shout! Factory, they have brought the same sensibilities and commercial reinvention expertise in creating unique products comprised of classic, contemporary and cult TV series and feature films, animation, live music, comedy specials, documentaries, as well as pop culture properties driven by the comic book universe. Whether uncovering old favorites or producing new ones, Shout! Factory’s home entertainment products are distinguished by its creativity, production value and appeal that spans generations.

“Monsuno: Destiny” DVD Coming January 8, 2013 from Shout! Factory

On January 8, 2013, Shout! Factory Kids, in collaboration with FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), the brand extension and licensing arm of FremantleMedia, will release Monsuno: Destiny, the first DVD collection based on the highly popular animated series on Nicktoons! Delivering five action-filled episodes and captivating entertainment that kids and families are sure to enjoy, the DVD features bonus content including Behind-The-Scenes Videos and Character Bios, and has a suggested retail price of $14.97. Pre-order is available now on Amazon.com.

“Danny Phantom: Season 2, Part 1”: Hauntingly Good, DVD Bad

After the rousing success of The Fairy OddParents, it was a no-brainer for Nickelodeon to ask creator Butch Hartman if he had another miracle in his bag of tricks. Instead of following under FOP’s shoes, Hartman took his love of superheroes and applied it to his next big thing.