SVE Videoplus

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


SVE Videoplus is a subsidiary of the Society for Visual Education, the parent company of which was founded in 1919. At some point, the company merged with Churchill Media to form SVE & Churchill Media.

Logo (1987-1992?)

Visuals: On a blue-purple gradient background with a brown grid at the bottom of the screen, "SVE" slides up from the horizon. It shrinks, continuing to rest on the horizon, and VIDEOPLUS in a stylized, lined font swings in from the bottom of the screen and moves into position below "SVE." "VIDEOPLUS" briefly glows before the logo fades out.

Technique: 2D computer animation. It's almost reminiscent of Scanimate.

Audio: A piano/strings/horn theme backed by a rapid drum/cymbal beat. It starts off with a string/piano arpeggio before going into a series of three long notes before ending in a final piano/string arpeggio backed by a high string note. Possibly a stock piece.

Availability: Seen on educational videotapes such as Belize, Guatemala, and El Salvador, Honduras; Nicaragua, and Costa Rica; Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Trinidad and Tobago; Panama: Crossroads of the World; Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic; and the Lollipop Dragon's Communities series.

SVE Videoplus
SVE & Churchill Media
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