Comedy Central : 2011 Miscellaneous Presentation
Early 2011

Following on from late 2010 and Christmas, Comedy Central's presentation style remains firmly set in bold red, white and black.
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Spring 2011

In Spring 2011, the channel's presentation was refreshed and a new roving cursor added - pushing and pulling, covering and revealing elements on the screen. Also, the permanent on-screen logo changed from coloured to black and white.
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The cursor used to full effect in this compilation of the channel's break bumpers. The sequence is also used as a filler at the start and end of the day's programming.
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Blink and you'll miss them - witty, wordy but very brief break flashes.
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In-programme pointer animation.
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'Daytime. It's the new primetime.' One of four 'Guides to Life' promoting the morning schedule on Comedy Central.