All UK BBC channels use end credit promotions to highlight forthcoming programmes on both television and radio.
'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three.
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'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three - alternative style.
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'Now, Next and Later' on BBC Three - a further alternative style.
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'Born on Three' - a promotional trailer celebrating programmes commissioned for BBC Three.
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Towards the end of 2009, BBC THREE aired a selection of promotional trailers featuring the programming from the year under the banner 'Never Afraid to Try New Stuff'. The first of these trailers is for entertainment programming.
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The second trailer is for factual programming.
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Viewer-involved continuity is a part of the new BBC Three. Here, a group welcomes us to the channel.
It is also used to introduce programmes - either as a straightforward link or as a person's view of the programme.
There is also retro return to the use of in-vision announcing - the woman here namechecks herself as Jose.
A static slide - first used before 'Lily Allen and Friends' with the voice-over warning of strong language.
On 2th November 2009, high winds blew over an uplink satellite dish during a live sports broadcast causing a major break in transmission. This is the animation shown during that break.
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