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==1982–1996, 2007==
 
==1982–1996, 2007==
 
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Channel 4 (1982) (Print) II.svg|Print version
 
 
Channel Four Television.svg|Logo with full name
 
Channel Four Television.svg|Logo with full name
 
Channel 4 - Fourscore|'''Fourscore''', the four note audio ident used as Channel 4's signature themes.
 
Channel 4 - Fourscore|'''Fourscore''', the four note audio ident used as Channel 4's signature themes.
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==2015–present==
 
==2015–present==
 
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Channel 4 HD 2015.svg|Channel 4 HD logo until September 2018
 
Channel 4 HD 2015.svg|Channel 4 HD logo until September 2018
 
Channel 4 +1 2015.svg|Channel 4 +1 logo until September 2018
 
Channel 4 +1 2015.svg|Channel 4 +1 logo until September 2018

Revision as of 21:31, August 21, 2019

1982–1996, 2007

1991 (unused)

Unused Channel 4 logo

In 1991, a new Channel 4 logo was designed by award-winning designer/director Matt Forrest of Snapper Films but the design was never used.

1996–1999

1999–2004

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2004–2015

2015–present

Red Triangle

1986–1987

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In late 1986 and early 1987, Channel 4 broadcast a series of provocative art house films. These films, when theatrically released, were rated X (later 18) by the British Board of Film Classification. Prior to and during each broadcast, a warning symbol was shown advising that 'special discretion' was required. Despite negative publicity gained following presenting the symbol to the press, the films achieved high audiences figures for their late, often past midnight, time slot. It soon transpired that these audiences had expected significant titillation rather than Art House and thus viewing figures quickly declined back to regular levels. As a result, the Red Triangle strand was retired in early 1987.

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