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B Channel Original
The logo shows an orange B and an exclamation point. Below appears B CHANNEL ORIGINAL in a white serif font
Almost the same than the previous logo, except the B is now blue, the text is now in a sans-serif font and is in 16:9
Only used in "SDA-120: The Movie"
Instead the other logos, this was animated.
Over a white background a red B and the word Channel in black, slides from the right bottom corner of the screen and then go to the center. Later a tilted black rectangle with the word ORIGINAL in white makes a zoom from outside
In 2011, B-Gun Entertainment and Trey Parker and Matt Stone revived Braniff as Braniff Entertainment. In September 2016, Braniff and Y Productions moved to a teen/young adult television production department of B Productions.
Y Productions was the more-adult oriented film producer of B-GUN Entertainment. In 2016, B-Gun Entertainment was acquired by Laserium Holdings. In September 2016, Braniff and Y Productions moved to a teen/young adult television production department of B Productions.
Story behind the logo
"One day, I ate pizza, note the thing that put in the center of, I look at that, and i merge the points, and later separate into three and I put it on this site."
B Channel Worldwide
Prior 2013, B-GUN Entertainment possessed 90 multilanguage stations
B-Gun Entertainment created a division to maintain and operate the multilanguage and international stations.
B Channel World
B Channel Worldwide was renamed to B Channel World.
In April 2017, they acquired John River Network Television Entertainment, John River International Television and John River Domestic Television from John River Entertainment. On January 30, 2019, B Productions closed down and its assets were transferred to Qualis Entertainment.