Yani-Brune Entertainment

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
WizardDuck and EnormousRat

Captures by
Eric S. and EnormousRat

Editions by
Shadeed A. Kelly




Background

Yani-Brune Entertainment (formerly "Kimo-Jagger Productions") was formed in March 2004 by Andrew Yani and Raymond J. Brune. From 2005-2008, this company was hand-picked by Merv Griffin to run his television division of Merv Griffin Entertainment.

Kimo-Jagger Productions

(2004)

(2004-2006)

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Logo: TBA.

Technique: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Seen on the early episodes of Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead.



Yani-Brune Entertainment

(2006-2012)

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Logo: We see a gold background with a couple of Chinese characters that fade out after a second. Then the camera zooms back, revealing that it's a gold dog watching a television against a background with swirly gold lines. "YANI-BRUNE" zooms out from the bottom of the screen, along with "ENTERTAINMENT" (the text being in a similar style as the Merv Griffin 2006 logo that follows it). Rays emerge from the screen.

Technique: All of the CGI.

Music/Sounds: A reverberated synth sound, followed by a buzz sound.

Availability: Seen on Merv Griffin's Crosswords and later episodes of Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead.

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