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ITV Day

ITV Day
An ident used on ITV Day
Launched 11 April 2005
Closed 13 January 2006
Owned by ITV plc
Country ITV Day: England, Wales, Scottish Borders, Isle of Man, Channel Islands;
UTV Day: Northern Ireland
Replaced by ITV1/UTV

ITV Day was a programming block that broadcast on ITV1 from 9.25 am until 6.00 pm on weekdays and launched on 11 April 2005. The presentation was created by Bruce Dunlop Associates and said "ITV Day effectively creates a new brand, with along with [sic] a change in programming and schedule will alter viewer perception".

The "ITV Day" brand disappeared from screens on 13 January 2006, as ITV1 presentation was relaunched, along with the entire ITV family of channels.

Contents

  • Branding 1
    • Versions 1.1
  • Programmes 2
  • See also 3

Branding

The package was based around a logo and colour scheme that delineated the ITV Day branding from the rest of ITV1. The scheme of yellow, orange and red represented the colour of and warmth of the sun. The ITV logo remained blue as a link to the rest of the ITV family of logos.

The package was produced using an innovative combination of live action and animation. The people featured in the idents were shot in the blue screen studio, while the backgrounds and some foreground elements were created in 3D.

Versions

UTV also used the same presentation during the day, albeit replacing the "ITV" logo with their own.

Scottish TV and Grampian TV (both owned by SMG plc) decided not to use the presentation package - and continued to use their normal idents and promotions during the day.

Programmes

See also

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