Presentation

Indepth on Rediffusion London

24 May 2004

The adastral star

Nevermind: Granada

24 May 2004

An untraced pre-launch symbol that didn’t point north

Moving Schools

24 May 2004

ITV schools programmes move to Channel Four

Indepth on Ulster Television

24 May 2004

The oscilloscope

Indepth on Westward Television

24 May 2004

The Golden Hind

Just a minute

24 May 2004

Selling presentation to children by accident

Nevermind: Carlton Television

24 May 2004

The franchising-winning symbol that never was

Nevermind: TWW

24 May 2004

An ident used on-screen that never really took off

Indepth on Yorkshire Television

24 May 2004

The Chevron

Oh, that Symbol…

1 December 2003

Abram Games creates the first animated TV identity

Moving the Furniture

27 April 2003

Slap an on-screen logo on and all will be alright.

Choice Gets Going

1 March 2003

Jonathan Bufton says farewell to the least-loved BBC network

Rebranding TTT

1 March 2003

The new look that came ten years too late

Coming Next

1 February 2003

The art of promotion

Last Days

1 February 2003

An insiders view of the end of LWT

It’s time the tale were told

1 December 2002

How two Transdiffusion contributors made LWT’s last day

Making your mind up

1 December 2002

The choice for UTV – ITV1 or not?

An LWT Diary

1 December 2002

Getting up early for the last day of LWT

A new start

1 December 2002

An independent view of LWT’s last day

New Ways And Means

1 July 2002

When is ‘all new’ not exactly all new?

Branding Sacred Cows

1 July 2002

How ITV1 was always going to be an error

The anti-globes

1 June 2002

Can dancing be as good as the whole world?

Granada Writes

23 February 2002

A northern typefaces trip.

Studio 3

1 February 2002

UTV in-vision

A national future

1 February 2002

Ian Beaumont summarises a debate about regional branding

Dogged determination

1 February 2002

A ratings war means overbranding, says Mike Brown

Three’s company

1 February 2002

Andrew Bowden on the disastrous Channel 3 North East

Ideal presentation

1 January 2002

The best of presentation techniques

Corporate manslaughter

1 January 2002

Carl Ellis can’t remember being confused by Central

Northern woes

1 January 2002

Granada has betrayed John Philips

Ultimate Branding

1 January 2002

The best of television presentation

Year zero

1 January 2002

Every new ITV company has reinvented the wheel

Fourth estate

1 October 2001

A channel that has chosen subtle branding

1964 and all that

1 September 2001

Russ J Graham on a design revolution during a social revolution

Then and now

1 September 2001

Kirk Northrop on changes in branding policy

Five by Five

1 September 2001

David Hastings on the trials and tribulations of C5 at age 5

Talent for television

1 September 2001

Good presentation should be insidious, says Russ J Graham

Getting it right

1 September 2001

Kif Bowden-Smith watches Rediffusion add respectability to ITV.

Up the junction

1 September 2001

Jeremy Rogers on the sordid art of controlling the gaps

Brand X

1 August 2001

Ian Beaumont on branding old and new

Out of sight, out of mind

1 July 2001

David Hastings on getting your point over to the viewer

Indepth on Granada TV Network

1 July 2001

The Inverted Dipole

Gone to the DOGs

1 July 2001

Mike Brown can’t see the picture for all the clutter

Emergency measures

1 June 2001

The first national ITV service

A pause in programming

11 January 2001

The ways to avoid closing down