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Yandere Gaming113 posts since 2 Oct 2016
Westcountry Points West
1 week and 2 days before Sky Living becomes Sky Witness, and it looks like Sky are doing everything they can to inform viewers of the change as much as possible. There are short bumpers that are airing on Sky Living occasionally explaining the rebrand and promos airing on its sister channels for new shows coming to Sky Witness.

Also worth noting that the DOG now has text reading "is changing to" underneath before the word "Living" changes to "Witness". The HD part of the D.O.G has also been removed..
Seriously, just do us all a favour and close Sky Two..
London Lite9,887 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
1 week and 2 days before Sky Living becomes Sky Witness, and it looks like Sky are doing everything they can to inform viewers of the change as much as possible. There are short bumpers that are airing on Sky Living occasionally explaining the rebrand and promos airing on its sister channels for new shows coming to Sky Witness.

Also worth noting that the DOG now has text reading "is changing to" underneath before the word "Living" changes to "Witness". The HD part of the D.O.G has also been removed..


I've seen Witness promos on Sky News. Can't say for the others as I don't watch them that much.
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OF99278 posts since 30 Jul 2017
UTV Newsline
I saw an advert for it on Monday morning while my mum was watching Sky One. Personally, I think Sky Living sounds very generic, and I prefer the name Sky Witness.
Anyone who even thinks of talking about channel codes in a thread where I am involved will be apprehended! (not really)
DE88681 posts since 8 Jan 2017
UTV Newsline
I saw an advert for it on Monday morning while my mum was watching Sky One. Personally, I think Sky Living sounds very generic, and I prefer the name Sky Witness.


Ahem...

Not a bad run for the 'Living' name - it's survived 25 years in different guises (UK Living, Living TV)
"Channel 5! The channel that brings you England goals!" -- Jonathan Pearce, 31 May 1997

On hiatus from 1 January 2019. Perhaps I take the drawbacks of the written word *too* seriously.