The ITV News at Ten was relaunched on 14th January 2008 with brand new computer generated titles of a rapid aerial flight along the River Thames through London - ending on the iconic shot of the face of the Palace of Westminster clock. The set - also fully computer generated - featured a stylish view of the nighttime London skyline, and 'glass' inserts with the programme name and logo.
As the News at Ten was only shown Monday to Thursday, on 18th January 2008 the ITV Late News began with the same stylings as the News at Ten. The only change to the titles was that the face of the clock was obscured just before it cut to the studio, and the 'X' clock numeral logo was replaced by 'XI'.
For the Lunchtime News and Evening News titles, the clock face with wandering people was retained at the start of the bulletin, but after the headlines, the 'glass' ITV News inset replaced the sting used until early 2009.