TVS had one when they started, which surprised me - it was two TVS logos rotating on opposite directions on cylinders one above the other.
I suspect they were just copying what Southern had done into the adverts with their logo.
I don't remember it lasted long, to me it looked quite old fashioned.
No. The TVS logos on rotating cylinders were never used as a break bumper I think. It was a rarely used continuity ident, soon dropped.
TVS's break bumper was a film animation of a white TVS logo, splitting up into separate coloured TVS logos, that fly off in different directions. Right at the start of this You Tube video
Replaced later in the 80s I think by a silver chrome version, which I can't find an example of ?
Southern's was a quick zoom in of the Southern Star, Meridian's was the sun-face logo with flashing colours.
As discussed before, I think TVS were the only ITV company to insert a C4 break bumper into C4 breaks ?
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