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Articles about continuity announcements

The Continuity Announcer

Published 2 October 2017

TWW’s Bruce Lewis describes the preparation that goes into an evening of continuity announcing in 1966

Announcing from the inside

Published 12 December 2016

BBC announcer John Snagge tries to define what makes a BBC announcer

Job description

Published 4 May 2015

How to be a Granada announcer in 1969

A phoenix from the flames?

Published 7 January 2014

Could the last major outpost of in-vision continuity in the UK lead to a general rebirth of the style, asks Colm O’Rourke

Continuity from Newcastle

Published 12 June 2006

Forty years of continuity

Studio 4

Published 29 March 2006

The continuity studio

Who killed the continuity announcers?

Published 24 May 2004

We ask the question

New dogs, old tricks

Published 24 May 2004

Finding old habits die hard. Good.

Moving to London

Published 2 February 2004

Tyne Tees’s presentation department moves south

⧉ Seen and Heard

Published 1 January 2004

Sights and Sounds

Continuity Past – Leeds

Published 3 August 2003

Cost saving and centralisation in the north

J’accuse

Published 1 February 2003

Russ J Graham on the end of live presentation

Coming Next

Published 1 February 2003

The art of promotion

Last Days

Published 1 February 2003

An insiders view of the end of LWT

An LWT Diary

Published 1 December 2002

Getting up early for the last day of LWT

A new start

Published 1 December 2002

An independent view of LWT’s last day

Studio 3

Published 1 February 2002

UTV in-vision

Ultimate Branding

Published 1 January 2002

The best of television presentation

Pleased to announce

Published 1 September 2001

Robin Carmody on Authority Announcements

Out of sight, out of mind

Published 1 July 2001

David Hastings on getting your point over to the viewer

Through the day

Published 1 December 1999

Exploring the art of the announcer – past and present