Tag: On-Screen Presentation

Grampian: destination extinction

Those who wondered whether UTV as a channel name is living on borrowed time may want to take a look over the North Channel to Scotland. Not so long ago, the idea of ditching the

Remembering the launch of BBC One’s circle-themed idents

At 10am on Saturday 7th October 2006, BBC One launched a new on-air identity. On the thirteenth anniversary of their on air debit, we take a look back at comments from those involved in the

ITV Creates: Stuart Robinson

Taking charge of ITV’s on-screen branding for week 41 of ITV Creates is Stuart Robinson.

PICTURED: UTV ident.

The continuing erosion of the UTV brand

Updated: 7th October 2019. If ITV is genuinely committed to fully preserving the UTV brand name in the long term then it needs to get its finger out.

ITV Creates: Fernando Laposse

Fernando Laposse has created the on-screen identity for ITV in week 40 of the ITV Creates campaign.

ITV Creates: Yinka Ilori

ITV Creates enters week 39, with Yinka Ilori taking on the challenge to brand ITV’s main channel.

ITV Creates: Louise Bristow

Louise Bristow is the latest artist to be put in charge of ITV’s on-screen branding. Louise was born in London and studied painting at Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology before moving to Brighton to

Why are viewers in England still seeing that red screen in 2019?

I know it’s a point that’s been raised many times by viewers and in various online forums – but, almost nine years since an HD version of BBC One was launched, the channel has yet

ITV Creates: Russell Bamber

We’re now into week 37 of ITV Creates and it’s the turn of Russell Bamber to have a go at branding ITV for the next 7 days. Based in the Peanut Factory in Hackney Wick,

BBC Two clock goes electronic

Updated: 7th September 2019. The project to replace the Noddy-based clock caption device (where a camera was placed in front of a mechanical clock and colour added by a colour synthesiser) was initiated in 1979