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PFMC841,729 posts since 28 Feb 2013
UTV Newsline
The last few trailers I have seen for BBC TWO programmes have had the programme name and title appear before the background animation, and the font wasn't in Reith sans serif that morphed to sans, just sans. Then, once the background animation kicked in the programme name a details disappeared.

I did see a BBC TWO NI trail that did it almost properly, but it didn't do the text morphing either, but at least the naame didn't appear until the curve background had came on screen.
Jonny3,983 posts since 27 Nov 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
Well, I’m not sure what this programme is, but a trailer just went out on BBC One in the North West directly after North West Tonight (a slot often used for regional trails) with this erm, concoction of an end cap:
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The trail just had the BBC logo at the bottom until the end cap.

I would advise all TV Forumers who have come into contact with this post self-isolate for a minimum of 14 days.
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Big-G6 posts since 3 Dec 2019
Central (East) East Midlands Today
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Well, I’m not sure what this programme is, but a trailer just went out on BBC One in the North West directly after North West Tonight (a slot often used for regional trails) with this erm, concoction of an end cap:
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The trail just had the BBC logo at the bottom until the end cap.

I would advise all TV Forumers who have come into contact with this post self-isolate for a minimum of 14 days.


First time I've seen this. But I like it.

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Hatton Cross3,432 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
Well, I’m not sure what this programme is, but a trailer just went out on BBC One in the North West directly after North West Tonight (a slot often used for regional trails) with this erm, concoction of an end cap:
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The trail just had the BBC logo at the bottom until the end cap.

And that’s what happens when you leave a job to someone who doesn’t give a crap.

Not only that, but its a total and casual disregard for the current branding of the channel.
And a rather odd and completely unnecessary use of a comma.

Disgraceful.
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