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sbahnhof 719 posts since 29 Oct 2016
They're only rebranding because TVNZ did. But nice of them to remove the "TV" from the name and drop the pretence. It might've made sense if "Four" still existed, but they shut it last year!

The gulf between that beautiful Danish promo and TV in New Zealand... Crying or Very sad
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dbl7,978 posts since 11 Jun 2004
London London
Three Relaunch (At midnight, the onscreen bug switched to the new logo and then a relaunch promo into Entertainment Tonight)


New ident into NewsHub and Three Menu @ 18:37


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BBI45162 posts since 2 Aug 2015
Central (East) East Midlands Today
I may be in the minority here, but I rather like it. I think it looks rather fresh. I was worried about how they would hand over to Newshub. However, they appear to have done a decent job of it.
My name is Ewan. DON'T EVER CALL ME EWE. IF YOU DO... I WILL FIND YOU... AND I WILL KILL YOU (jk, but seriously, don't).
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Earlie37146 posts since 20 Oct 2003
Meridian (South) South Today
HBO have recently introduced a re-imagining of their classic 'Main Presentation' introduction.

For those you might not be familiar with it, here's the original that ran for most of the 1980s, and with some re-editing into the early 90s. Let's just say they threw everything they had at it! Pretty cool music too!


And the modern interpretation. I think it's a really nice touch to add the original sequence onto the TV screens.


They also had a go at re-imagining the original idea in the late 90s but I think the 2017 concept works better.
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Rkolsen1,136 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
There's no way they can ditch that static.


It's apparently been in use since 1993. I imagine there's a lot kids (look at me at 26 referring to 20 year olds as kids - I'm old) that likely don't remember it or have never experienced it. With digital cable and DTV you either get a signal or you don't.
T0M167 posts since 25 May 2015
Granada North West Today
There's no way they can ditch that static.


It's apparently been in use since 1993. I imagine there's a lot kids (look at me at 26 referring to 20 year olds as kids - I'm old) that likely don't remember it or have never experienced it. With digital cable and DTV you either get a signal or you don't.

It's funny you say this with the rise of hugely popular shows like Game of Thrones... The static is iconic.