“Trendy title styles are often hot today but stone cold tomorrow.”
—Morgan Paar, Producer
Bug: A small logo or score/clock/time period graphic.
CG (character generator): A generic name for any type of television graphic creation equipment. CGs can change fonts, shape, size, color, and design of the lettering.
Crawl: The movement of the graphics horizontally across the screen.
Credits: Recognize those appearing in and contributing to the program.
End titles: Draw the program to its conclusion.
Font: A specific size, weight, and style of typeface.
Lower third (L/3rd): A graphic that appears in the lower third of the screen.
Opening titles: Introduce the show to the audience.
Roll: The movement of the graphics ...