Ignite Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Ignite Entertainment (no relation to the company that was formerly known as HSX Films) was originally formed in 2003 by Tim Johnson, after he left Paxson Entertainment. There, he produced made-for-TV movies, before three years later, in 2006, it was renamed to Johnson Production Group and Ignite was made an in-name-only distributor/subsidiary until 2008.

Logo (2004-2007)

Visuals: On a black background, a orange light moves toward the screen wit the black words "ignite" and "ENTERTAINMENT" on the bottom right. Then it moves to the dot of the "i", and the text then turns white.

Variant: A still version exists.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: None or the end theme of the TV movie.

Availability: Seen on Family in Hiding, A Daughter's Conviction and A Valentine Carol.

Ignite Entertainment
Johnson Production Group
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