Bellum Entertainment

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In 2012, LongNeedle Entertainment was renamed Bellum Entertainment Group (also known as Bellum Entertainment). That same year, Bellum entered into a deal with Tribune Broadcasting to license a two hour E/I program block and two weekend series, Unsealed Alien Files and Unsealed Conspiracy Files. The company was closed in 2017.

Logo (September 12, 2012-2017)

Visuals: On a black background, there are two yellow-orange discs fly in from both sides of the screen and, once they are above each other, they begin turning up as a rectangle of the same color slides up from the bottom of the screen; this creates an abstract "B". The name "B E L L U M", in white, fades and squashes in beneath the letter, with the smaller word "E N T E R T A I N M E N T" quickly fading underneath it. Each of the letters in "B E L L U M" then glow a light yellow.

Technique: CGI and 2D text animation.

Audio: A eight-note orchestral tune (composed by Jason Altshuler and Jeremy Smith) or the closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on shows produced by them, some examples including Zoo Clues, The Coolest Places on Earth, and Corrupt Crimes.

LongNeedle Entertainment
Bellum Entertainment
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