Launched as 'The Paramount Channel' in November 1995, and having been 'Paramount Comedy Channel', 'Paramount Comedy' and lastly 'Paramount Comedy 1', April 2009 saw its latest incarnation as 'Comedy Central' a UK version of the American channel with added British content.
The logo bounces over a landscape crashing into electricity pylons.
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The logo crash lands in a sports stadium.
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The power of a city is drained to light the logo.
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Car alarms are set off by the arrival of the logo.
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London's Swiss Re building proves to be flexible...
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Reminiscent of Michael Jackson's statue's trip up the River Thames - will the logo make it through Tower Bridge?
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The Comedy Central logo takes a trip across Edinburgh's Forth Bridge.
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The Clock Tower takes a pounding as the logo parachutes in to the Palace of Westminster.
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Nelson's Column is bounced in to the ground in this Trafalgar Square ident.
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