Current television branding
Could the last major outpost of in-vision continuity in the UK lead to a general rebirth of the style, asks Colm O'Rourke
Colm O'Rourke assesses the renaissance of in-vision continuity on UTV
BBC2 Christmas Idents, 2002 - Present
Three's New Look
BBC1 Christmas Idents, 2002 - Present
BBC TV Christmas Idents, 2002 - Present
In-Programme Pointers are here to stay.
BBC One - from globes to dancers to circles
Annoying ways of getting your attention
Bad branding or bad programmes?
The habit of slapping "ALL NEW" on everything
Don't blame the agency
The BBC3 logo that comes and goes
At Independent Television
We ask the question
A relaunch for BBC-2
Modernity vs those things that have always been done
ITV's bulk presentation is bad for you
A negative view of the new look BBC One
A positive view of BBC One's globe replacement
Good on-screen bugs
The best in modern presentation?
The new 'five' is awful, apparently
Finding old habits die hard. Good.
Slap an on-screen logo on and all will be alright.
The art of promotion
An insiders view of the end of LWT
The choice for UTV - ITV1 or not?
How two Transdiffusion contributors made LWT's last day
An independent view of LWT's last day
Getting up early for the last day of LWT
When is 'all new' not exactly all new?
How ITV1 was always going to be an error
Can dancing be as good as the whole world?
The best of presentation techniques
The best of television presentation
Every new ITV company has reinvented the wheel
A channel that has chosen subtle branding