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Extra : Miscellaneous ITV
Odds and sods from ITV channels that don't fit in elsewhere in the Gallery.
Broadcast on 7th January 2017, a loving recreation of the Thames skyline ident for a 'Morecambe and Wise' special, updated to include the capital's newest buildings.
ITV Digital
The deal that killed ITV Digital - the cost of the Football League. Here's the promo for football on ITV Digital before it all went so badly wrong.
ITV News Channel
'The trial of the decade' is how the ITV News Channel promoted its coverage of the trial of Michael Jackson in 2005.
ITV Sport
ITV Sport pre-programme sting from 2005.
ITV Sport pre-programme sting from 2009.
ITV Sport pre-programme sting introduced with the rebranding of ITV's presentation in January 2013.
Alternative version of the 2013 ITV Sport sting for football.
ITV Sport sting shown before coverage of the French Tennis Open from Roland Garros (June 2013)
ITV Play

ITV Play was a channel that broadcast from 19th April 2006 until 6th March 2007, continuing as a strand on the main ITV1 channel until December 2007. Consisting of mainly pay-to-play game, quiz and puzzle shows, it ceased as a channel when ITV announced that a full audit of all its premium-rate phone competitions would took place following viewers being overcharged for voting during 'The X-Factor.'
The launch promo for ITV Play on Freeview.
In mid-July 2014, a test of ITV2's graphics was spotted late in the evening. This was possibly as a pre-cursor to the launch of ITV Be, since the ITV2 logo was followed by a full stop in the manner of ITV Be's logo. A few days later on 19th July 2014, a similar test was shown, but without the full stop on the ITV2 logo.
During an edition of 'You've Been Framed' on Saturday 25th March 2017 on UTV, this ITV-branded filler was played out during the commercial break.
Titles for ITV's coverage of the 12th December 2019 General Election.