Background: In accordance with the Snee Oosh Act of 2007 (signed into law by President George W. Bush on December 21, 2007), all television programs, shows, theatrical movies, TV movies, documentaries, feature films, specials and video games must go through the revived Snee Oosh. Since then, Snee Oosh's spilt screen credits variant has been plastered onto the opening or end credits on every show (exept Full House) aired throughout every network, as well as on all movies and video games.
Logo: We see the words "DISTRIBUTED BY" on a brown background. Suddenly, the words zoom out and the October 7, 1996-June 8, 2004 Snee-Oosh logo fades in and goes normally.
FX/SFX: The words "DISTRIBUTED BY" zooming out and the logo fading in.
Variants: There are many variants of this logo used throughout the years.
- Many shows airing on all television networks, and in syndication (includes reruns of older gameshows) superimpose this logo onto the background of the ending credits.
- On Sonic X, the "Distributed By" text is seen above the logo.
- On TV shows that air on several children's programming blocks (saturday morning and daily), the "DISTRIBUTED BY" text reads "IN ASSOCIATION WITH".
- There is a very rare variant only seen on imported episodes of Entertainment Tonight. The logo is set on a blue background.
- Sometimes set on a static colored background (colors vary by show).
- The "DISTRIBUTED BY" text can sometimes read "PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH", "PRODUCED BY (varying company name) IN ASSOCIATION WITH", or "PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH AND DISTRIBUTED BY" .
- On reruns of The Nanny, the logo is in 3D with CGI improvements.
- The "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" text in the Comic Sans font appears instead of the usual "DISTRIBUTED BY" text and the background is dark yellow on the Phineas and Ferb episode "Does This Duckbill Make Me Look Fat?". (This version can still be seen intact on the Phineas and Ferb episode on Disney Channel, Disney Channel on Demand and Netflix.) Whether or not this is a programming error is unknown as of August 2012.
- Very old shows show the logo being in black and white with film grain chroma-keyed in and old 16mm film noises added. Color episodes of very old shows have this in color
- On reruns of Dexter's Laboratory, the background is dark green.
- On reruns of Three's Company, the logo is on a black background.
- TV movies and theatrical movies shown on international networks sometimes add "Snee-Oosh International" above the logo.
- Some showings of this logo include a copyright stamp.
- A 8-bit version of this logo appears on all games on all version of the NES, Sega Master System, Game Boy, and the Game Boy Color.
- A 16-bit version of this logo appears on all games on all versions of the SNES, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, TurboGrafx-16, and Neo Geo.
- Sometimes this logo is set on a wallpaper background. This was seen on Goanimate:The Movie, Noozles, What A Cartoon!, and recently on Totally Tooned In!.
- On Even Stevens, the background is a rainbow gradient color.
- On SpongeBob SquarePants, the background is SpongeBob's house as seen in the episode "Help Wanted".
- On American Idol and The X Factor, spotlights appear throughout the logo.
- Hey Arnold!, the show that this logo oringinated on has the logo at the start, but after it, Arnold salutes the logo with Arnold calling it the "Snee-Oosh symbol".
- On Kim Possible, the logo is on the Kimmunicator.
Music/Sounds: Usually, the sound of a Cessna airplane taking off when "DISTRIBUTED BY" zooms out, and the creepy chorus singing "Snee-OOOOOOOSH", followed by the weird flute/gong tune playing as always after. However, there a few exceptions
- On gameshows such as Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune, Deal or No Deal, and other current, old, and very old gameshows, the announcer's spiel is changed to accomodate the Snee-Oosh logo.
- One variation had a loud bang sound. This can be found on George Lopez, Family Matters, The Go!Animate Show,and Home Improvement.
- Another variation had a synth crecendo. This is on some TV documentaries, specials, and feature films.
- There is a variant with a synth zap that can be found on Family Ties.
- There is a variant with a majestic fanfare that can be found on reruns of Three's Company.
Availability: Ultra common, it appears no matter which TV show, movie or documentary you watch anywhere in the USA on any channel and no matter which video game you play, the logo always appears in one way or another.
Scare Factor: High for the Normal variant But Low for the other variants