Out of the Blue Enterprises

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Out of the Blue Enterprises was a children's television company formed by Angela C. Santomero, the creator of Super Why! and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, and the co-creator of Blue's Clues and its spin-off, Blue's Room. The company was launched on January 31, 2005. On January 12, 2018, the company was acquired by 9 Story Media Group and later renamed to 9 Story USA.

Logo (August 6, 2006-January 10, 2020)

Visuals: On a blue background, there is a white curved line. In it are the words "out of the blue" (in a handwritten font) in two rows stacked on top of each other and under it is the word, "enterprises" (in Futura) in spaced out letters. A light travels through the curved line, giving off a lens flare.


  • Sometimes, a copyright stamp is shown below.
  • An in-credit variant exists, often beside another company's logo.
  • Warp-speed and shortened versions exist.
  • A true 16:9 widescreen version exists.
  • On Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, the logo shares the screen with the 9 Story Entertainment (later the 9 Story Media Group) logo.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Either the ending theme of the show or (on some season 2 Blue's Room episodes) a buzzer sound (it's actually a part of the closing theme, where after the initial music, two buzzer sounds play before the final one more plays during this logo).

Audio Variant: On Wishenpoof!, a 6-note dreamy theme is heard.

Availability: Seen on season two of Blue's Room, Super Why!, the first four seasons of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Creative Galaxy, and Wishenpoof!. Currently after it's rename to 9 Story USA, this is replaced by the 9 Story Media Group logo in their USA studio.

Out of the Blue Enterprises
9 Story USA
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