Kimo-Jagger Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Kimo-Jagger Productions was formed in March 2004 by Andrew Yani and Raymond J. Brune. In 2005, the company was hand-picked by Merv Griffin to run his television division, Merv Griffin Entertainment.

Logo (October 5, 2004-2006)

Visuals: On a white background, a picture of a stylized dog watching a television set is seen, with rays coming out of the TV screen as 5 points and the dog having visible pupils. Below the picture, the text "KinoJagger" in a large print size is seen with sharp edges on the "K", "J", and "r", as well as "productions" in a much smaller size. The entire logo is in various shades of yellow, and is still.

Variant: There exists a variant with a black background and the logo chroma-keyed over blue-tinted static.

Technique: Cutting effects.

Audio: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on early episodes of Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead, and the failed pilot Second Verdict.

Kimo-Jagger Productions
Yani-Brune Entertainment
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