Background: In 1985, with the success of SNAS Home Entertainment, SNAS, Inc. made a Laserdisc division for releases. The division closed in 1998.
Nickname: "The Disc"
Logo: A disc zooms out on a black background, then a blue laser draws the Space Needle, "Space Needle" writes itself in a gold script font, and "LASERDISC" in a futuristic font (Chopper) fades in. The logo "shines".
FX/SFX: The whole logo itself.
Music/Sounds: Same as the 1980s Video Classics (Australia) synth fanfare.
Availability: Extremely Rare. It was found on a laserdisc of Ickis' Disco Nights (January 2, 1985) which is hard to find nowadays. It was seen on the first 20 laserdiscs.
Scare Factor: Low to Medium.
Nickname: "The Disc II"
Logo: On a black-blue gradient background, we see the disc flips in, then the Space Needle is behind the disc. The words "SPACE NEEDLE" in 3D and "LASERDISC" zooms in. When the music finishes, the logo shines.
FX/SFX: The disc flipping.
Music/Sounds: Same as the 2nd Thorn EMI Video logo.
Availability: Common. Can be seen on 1989-1994 laserdiscs from the time.
Scare Factor: None.
Nicknames: "The CBS Music Video Parody", "SNAS"
Logo: Same as the CBS Music Video logo and the Columbia Music Video logo, but "CMV" is replaced by "SNA" and a yellow triangle with "S" under the three triangles. Four triangles replace the three triangles with yellow triangle and the words "S" added and four triangles to turn. The words "LASERDISC" replaces "ENTERPRISES".
FX/SFX: Same as the CBS Music Video, the 1st Sony Music Video logo and the Columbia Music Video logo.
Music/Sounds: Same as CBS Music Video, Sony Music Video logos and the Columbia Music Video logo.
Availability: Seen on 1994-1998 laserdiscs like Rayman and AAAHH!!! Real Monsters: The Movie.
Scare Factor: Minimal,.