Warner Music Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Warner Music Entertainment was founded in 2006 from the merger of Warner Music Vision and DVD producer The Rights Company. It was later transformed into a film, television and content studio in 2019.

1st Logo (2006-2013?)

Visuals: On a white background, there is a blue structure moving from the left side of the screen, with a light source behind it. The structure quickly zooms out, revealing the corporate Warner Music Group logo in 3D. Right to the WMG shield, the words "warner | music | entertainment" appear letter-by-letter.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: None.

Availability: Appears on some music DVDs.

2nd Logo (December 16, 2019-March 24, 2021)

Visuals: Over a black background, the logo starts with the corporate Warner Music Group logo from before in 3D with the words "WARNER MUSIC" and "ENTERTAINMENT" below it, then faded into the print version of the logo with the byline "A Warner Music Group Company" also fading in. The logo fades out a second later.

Variant: A still print version also exists.

Technique: CGI by Dan Sollis.

Audio: A synth tune or the closing theme of the show.

Availability: The animated logo can be seen on Gorillaz: Reject False Icons and Laurel Canyon. The still print version can be seen on season 3 of Genius known as Aretha.

3rd Logo (November 17, 2022-)

Visuals: Same as the previous logo, except the Warner Music Group corporate logo is moved to the left and the words "WARNER MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT" appear stacked instead, with the byline now saying "A Division of Warner Music Group".

Technique: CGI again by Dan Sollis.

Audio: Same as the previous logo.

Availability: First seen on Roberta.
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