Channel 4 : 2004 Miscellaneous Presentation
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Channel 4's varying style of trailer endboards - from the simple house-style blue and black text on white, to trailers customised for individual programmes. A trailer board for Channel 4 +1 is also included.
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The style of Channel 4's menus is interesting for the way previous as well as following programmes are shown, and the manner in which each is highlighted.
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Another menu, this time from New Year 2008.
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Towards the end of 2009, a new version of the channel's menu was introduced. Not as sleek as the original, the major differences can be seen in the size of the menu text, and also - for the first time - the physical shape of the '4' logo is shown, rather than being a knock-out effect.
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'Next' animations featuring the '4' logo. Like the trailers and break bumpers, the image seen through the knock-out effect is many and varied.
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The number of stings - short animations used to punctuate continuity - are as many and varied as there are images in the world. The video contains a very brief collection of fourteen such stings.
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Caption promoting Channel 4's on-line catch-up service '4OD'.