5Select (UK)

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Logo descriptions by Unnepad


Background

5Select was first launched in 2014 as Channel 5+24, a timeshift version of the main channel. This concept would last until 2016, when was relaunched as My5, with it's programming now dedicated to re-air shows from across the Channel 5 network (much like 4Seven). In 2018, it would be rebranded again, now as 5Select.

Channel 5+24

(2014-2016)

Logo: We see almost the same scene from the main channel ident at the time (a studio with a screen). However, instead of the Channel 5 logo being animated as usual (releasing ripples), it moves to a side, revealing the word "+24". The background, in the screen, consists in rotating semicircles.

Variant: Shortly after released, the ident and logo were changed again. The background in the screen now consists in a single circle expanding, while the Channel 5 logo became white and the font of the word "+24" changed. Another ident had a slighty different view angle of the scene.

FX/SFX: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.


My5 / 5Select

(2016-)

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Logo: On a single colored background, there's 2 different views of many scattered pieces (all of these looks like taken from the other Channel 5 logos) of the same colors. Then, the screen shows a complete and focused view of the scene. The pieces are grouped on the right, while are ejected in the left. Then, several white pieces appear, forming the My5 logo. There was 4 versions:

  • Yellow BG, with either metal or plastic pieces.
  • Blue BG, also with either metal or plastic pieces.

Variant: In 2018, as previously mentioned, the channel was rebranded as 5Select. The ident concept was the same, although: The logo is formed by two golden lines, in which slides the letters. There's also 4 versions of the background:

  • Dark blue BG.
  • Burgundy BG.
  • White BG, with the pieces being dark blue or burgundy.

FX/SFX: TBA.

Music/Sounds: TBA.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.