Berlanti-Liddell Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Berlanti-Liddell Productions was formed in 2000 by Greg Berlanti and Mickey Liddell. In March 2003, the company signed a three-year deal with Warner Bros. Television, and then a three-year overall deal with Touchstone Television in February 2006. In August 2006, Liddell left the company to create his own company, LD Entertainment, which also resulted a change in the company's name to Berlanti Television.

Logo (September 16, 2002-June 5, 2006)

Visuals: There is a dusty dark blue book on a table. Most of the dust is blown off, revealing "BERLANTI LIDDELL PRODUCTIONS" with two motive dots above and below it. "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" fades in on the bottom-right.

Variant: On the Everwood episode "East Meets West", the logo is brighter.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: A 9-note violin strings tune, composed by Blake Neely. The WB airings used a voice over and a generic theme.

Availability: Seen on Everwood and Jack and Bobby on The WB.

Berlanti-Liddell Productions
Berlanti Television
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