User talk:Michael Kenchington
Links to the new ITV production logos.
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- Oh sorry Logohub, i've just now logged in as Michael Kenchington. No hard feelings. --Michael Kenchington (talk) 14:36, 29 September 2022 (UTC)
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- I blocked your Michael1986 account, because multiple accounts are not allowed on this site. Logohub (talk) 16:05, 29 September 2022 (UTC)
Central Production 1988 animated endcap
Hi Logohub, did you know that the shortlived Central Production animated endcap with the Central Cake was first shown in Spring 1988 and lasted until 1st September 1989, which was dropped in favour of a 1989 Central for ITV endcap?
The 1988 Central animated endcap exists as both filmed and videotaped versions, with "CENTRAL PRODUCTION" being shown at the end of Central programmes from 1988 to 1989 like Family Fortunes, Bullseye, Blockbusters, God, The Universe and Everything Else, original 1989 airings of Huxley Pig (Season 1 only) and Bangers and Mash, among others, a version with just "CENTRAL" being shown on programmes not made by Central and on imports, another version with the words "A CENTRAL PRODUCTION FOR CHANNEL FOUR" being shown on Central programmes made for Channel 4 (according to the TVARK Facebook page), and another version with the words "A ZENITH PRODUCTION FOR CENTRAL" which was shown on Inspector Morse from 1989. There's also a still version of the 1988 animated Central endcap which was shown on Drama airings and 1997 UK Gold airings of some episodes of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, plastering the 1983 Central Moon endcap.
Also, the 1988 Central animated endcap appears at the end of New Faces of '88, see here (at around 8:43): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMxyUczAfXE
Suggestion regarding Availability example additions
Hi Michael Kenchington, while we appreciate your additions to Availability examples for logos such as Tempo Video, I would like to suggest limiting the the number of Availability examples that you add to articles, as large amounts of listed examples on pages, especially with logos that appeared on a large number of releases such as the aforementioned Tempo Video logo, may make the section overwhelming or otherwise difficult for readers to read through. I would personally suggest limiting listed examples to around five to seven instances per Availability section, and if the logo appeared on more releases than that amount, then you can also add "among many other releases" or a similar phrase at the end of each Availability section. If you have any questions regarding this suggestion, feel free to contact me or another staff member. Thank you! HibiscusCrown20 (talk) 15:30, 25 June 2023 (UTC)