ViacomCBS International Studios

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


ViacomCBS International Studios is an international division of Paramount Global which was founded to focus on their global brands. The firm is headquartered in Miami, Florida and opened in 2015.

1st Logo (2019-2021)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a diagonal turquoise blue strip drawing itself in towards the bottom-right, and another shorter strip of the same color being drawn in towards the top-right, merging with the first strip to form an abstract "V". After this, the word "VIACOM" in its 2006 font in white appears letter-by-letter below the "V", and the words "INTERNATIONAL STUDIOS" in white appear below it, with "STUDIOS" being bolder than "INTERNATIONAL". Three spotlights then appear, and the text and spotlights disappear and the strips draw themselves out.


  • Sometimes, a copyright stamp appears below the logo.
  • Due to the remerger of Viacom and CBS in 2019, the logo sometimes appears without the "VIACOM" text.
  • A still variant on a shaded white background with the text "DISTRIBUIDO POR:" (translated to "distributed by" in Spanish) appearing above the logo exists.
  • An alternate variant also exists, where the background strips are gray and more transparent.
  • At the end, the logo wipes to the Nick Jr., MTV, Paramount Network or Comedy Central logos.
  • Sometimes, the background is blue and the "V" is white.
  • On the Nickelodeon shows, the background is purple.
  • On the Comedy Central shows, the "V" is yellow and transitions to the Comedy Central Original logo.
  • On Atrapa a un ladrón, the text "PRESENTA" is seen at the bottom.
  • On Jane MacDonald: Cruising the Med, this logo shares the screen with the 2020 Channel 5 logo.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: A fast-paced, four-note piano tune that plays while the "V" forms, alongside what sounds like a heartbeat.

Audio Variant: The still variant uses the ending theme of the show.


  • The animated logo appears on Resistiré, which is a Latin American version of Stranded With a Million Dollars, while the still counterpart appears on the Chilean version of the Telefe show PH: Podemos Hablar.
  • This logo also appears on the MTV miniseries Balcony Stories.

2nd Logo (2021-)

Visuals: On a black background with a light shining downwards, a white, diagonal bar streaks across the screen. Various beams that appear to be made of glass pass over the screen, revealing more white bars, eventually revealing the letters "VIS" (with the "V" being the similar to the one in the previous logo, but without the beveled corners). The glass beams slide off-screen, as the letters settle in the middle of the screen. The byline fades in below.

Variant: On ABBA: The Missing 40 Years, this logo appears with the 2020 Channel 5 logo.


  • 2021-2022: "A Division of ViacomCBS" in the ViacomCBS Raisonné typeface.
  • 2022-: "A Division of Paramount" in the ViacomCBS Raisonné typeface.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: The audio from the previous logo.


  • It's first known appearance is on The Best of: CCN Comedy Central News con Michela Giraud.
  • It also appears at the end of ABBA: The Missing 40 Years.
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