The MEDIA sub-programme of Creative Europe or simply, Creative Europe MEDIA or Creative Europe Programme of the European Union (previously "The MEDIA Programme of the European Union"), is designed to support the European film, TV, and audiovisual industries. It provides support for the development, promotion, and distribution of European related (or based) works within in of Europe and beyond. Founded in 1990, this is headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, and was the parent companies of both the former EU itself and also by Creative Europe since 2013.
MEDIA Programme European Union
Logo: Superimposed by the credits on the TV show or film on whatever setting or background, the still MEDIA logo and the EU flag next to it appears somewhere in the closing sequence. Below the logo says "MEDIA Programme of the European Union" in a clean font in either white or black, while all of "MEDIA" is everything ribbed in outlines. Sometimes, the company's URL can be seen below both of them, in a smaller size.
Trivia: The print version of the logo itself was made with rainbow colors to represent the CE branding, not the Europe flag on the left.
Music/Sounds: It's only just the end theme of the movie or TV series whatsoever.
Availability: Seen on MEDIA television programs or movies, debuted with the 1991 film Europa. Also seen on Les Amants des Points-Neuf, Land & Freedom, Farenelli, Festen, among others.
Legacy: MEDIA Programme gave another name change called "Creative Europe MEDIA" since that era in 2013.
Creative Europe MEDIA
Availability: was seen on Scream Street, The Favourite and A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon.