Broadcast graphic design news
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This week saw the first phase of a rebranding for Channel 5's station portfolio, with the broadcaster's main channel introducing a new on-air logo to coincide with a new programme schedule.
Design agency Heavenly is fusing together Britain and America in the identity package it has created for Sky's newly launched entertainment channel. Sky Atlantic, which went on-air at 8pm this evening, will broadcast American and British drama, comedy and documentaries, including content produced by Home Box Office.
New on-air presentation packages have been launched today on a number of BSkyB-owned channels.
A design agency's love of robots was the inspiration for a new presentation package for Channel 4's teenage programming strand, T4.
A new on-air identity package has been launched by UTV.
The Discovery Channel recently introduced new identity sequences, in what station management have called a "refresh" of its flagship channel's presentation.
Following a five-way competitive pitch, Red Bee Media has been appointed by Ginx TV to create a multi-platform brand identity and on-screen presentation ahead of its planned UK launch.
UKTV’s flagship pay entertainment channel, Watch, today launched the next evolution of its channel branding. The new look for the channel - designed to reinforce Watch’s core brand positioning of 'TV is better shared' - coincides with the launch of its autumn schedule which includes 'Primeval' and hit US show 'Dancing with the Stars'.