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dbl9,016 posts since 11 Jun 2004
London London
The changes that happened on Monday were that the DOGs are all now consistent with each other and are now mono, with no colours in sight. It also includes the updated 'flat' version of the UKTV nebula logo.

The network ECP and Menus have been designed to be cleaner and more in line with the current updated logo.
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tesandco931 posts since 28 Sep 2001
Granada North West Today
I spotted a new whiter network menu going out the other night, although I'm usually not recording the last break where these tend to come up so didn't capture it.

Mind I was recording this evening on Dave in the 8.50 break. It was a standard Dave menu rather than the network one, although slightly amusingly as it looks as though the ECP animation may have gotten mixed up with the menu one. Very Happy

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dbl9,016 posts since 11 Jun 2004
London London


Mind I was recording this evening on Dave in the 8.50 junction. It was a standard Dave menu rather than the network one, although slightly amusingly as it looks as though the ECP animation may have gotten mixed up with the menu one. Very Happy


Ooops! Basically, the TX info is manually painfully inputted by Media Planning into the template and the ID generated is placed in the schedule. Which can take a few hours to create for a whole week's navigation, I can see how that mix up happened.
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tesandco931 posts since 28 Sep 2001
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Heh, I know I've made considerably more errors when manually inputting details into the script template I use for videos - I'm just usually lucky enough to have the chance to ninja in a fix before anyone else spots it!

Personally I find the occasional thing slipping through to broadcast makes everything feel a bit more human anyway. Although I doubt anyone but us even notices!
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