Four Companies Productions

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Four Companies Productions was a short-lived British collaboration company founded in 1968 between Ulster Television, Westward Television, Border Television, and Grampian Television, made as a way to get more airtime and to release documentaries. They only released one documentary before they closed down.


Logo: On a white background, we see a print logo of the Border Television logo. We then cut to a print logo of Ulster Television, but in a black box on the top left. Then a print logo of Grampian Television on the bottom right, a Westward Television logo appears on the top right, and lastly, we see the Border Television print logo again in a box appear on the bottom left. A text then appears in the middle which reads “A FOUR COMPANIES PRODUCTION”.

Technique: The logos appearing one by one, along with the text.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extinct. It only appeared on the documentary The Price of a Record.

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