From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


SkipRope is a subsidiary of PBS Distribution that releases kids DVDs of non-PBS Kids content.

Logo (2016-Late 2010s?)

Visuals: On a white background, there is a colorful jump rope swinging. Suddenly, some red letters appear to jump rope and bounce into the company's name. The rope disappears and the TM bug appears, with the red tittle of the "i" jumping several times.

Variant: Sometimes, the logo is shortened and the female voice says "Now available on DVD from SkipRope!" along with the stock "children cheering" sound.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: The sound of the jump rope, with a female voice saying "SkipRope!" and a stock "children cheering" sound.

Availability: It was said to have appeared on a Garfield and Friends release. [Examples?]

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