HIT Wildlife

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


HIT Wildlife was formed in 1993 as Wild Media, and was a subsidiary of HIT Entertainment that produced and distributed nature and wildlife programming. The subsidiary was sold to a newly formed company called Parthenon Entertainment in April of 2002, which was founded by the former managing director of HIT Wildlife, Carl Hall.

Logo (2001-2002)

Visuals: On an ocean background with ripples, the camera rotates from the bottom to the front of a blue 3D HIT logo with "WILDLIFE" in a bolder font replacing "ENTERTAINMENT PLC". The website link "www.hitwildlife.com" appears below in white.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: None.

Availability: It was used only for a year. The only known program that featured this logo was the documentary War Secrets: Italy's Forgotten Invasion, which can be found on FilmRise History on YouTube. Re-runs of other programs from the company might have this logo plastered with Parthenon Entertainment's logo.

HIT Wildlife
Parthenon Entertainment
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