Eros Media World

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


On July 30, 2020, Indian film company Eros International and American film company STX Entertainment merged to form ErosSTX Global Corporation or ErosSTX for short after being announced three months prior on April. On December 7, 2021, Jahm Najafi's Najafi Companies announced that it had reached an agreement to acquire STX Entertainment from ErosSTX for US$173 million. The deal is subject to a 45-day period where ErosSTX may solicit other offers; if ErosSTX declines the offer, it must pay a $4.5 million breakup fee. Lionsgate also emerged as a potential suitor, but it was rejected on March 10, 2022, leaving Najafi as the only suitor left. The sale was closed in April 2022, effectively splitting STX from ErosSTX and making it an independent studio again. Shortly after the sale of STX, ErosSTX announced their rebrand to Eros Media World plc, with some changes in management and reduced debt following STX's sale. Eros Media World would, however, retain a 15% stake in STX. Rishika Lulla Singh was named executive chairman, with Pradeep Dwivedi acting as the new CEO and Rajesh Chalke being stated as the new CFO of the company. The company focuses on its content library and Eros International, as well as the streaming service Eros Now and Eros Music.


Logo (July 30, 2020)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a globe with white continents and a green-blue-gradient ocean. The globe then shrinks as the letters of "ER", S" and "STX" appear on both sides of the globe, with the globe being the "O". Both letters have a lighter gradient to them.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: The ending theme of the video.

Availability: Only seen on an introduction video, which was uploaded to its social media accounts.

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