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  • Message 1. Posted by i9u8y7gfd4s34sercvg (U14215492) on Saturday, 14th November 2009 permalink

    A BBC logo has appeared recently obscuring the corner of programmes on iplayer. Please get rid of this, as it is a totally unwelcome change.

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  • Message 2. Posted by EggOnAStilt (U7111730) on Saturday, 14th November 2009 permalink

    I'm a fully paid up member of the Ban DOGs on the BBC brigade.

    Well at least they can't be justified on iPlayer as some form of NAVIGATION tool.

    Take note Danielle Nagler (head of BBC HD) who definitely sticks a finger in each ear and goes La La La La La when it comes to peoples' complaints on the subject of DOGs

    smiley - friedegg

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  • Message 3. Posted by bryces (U187610) on Sunday, 15th November 2009 permalink

    Totally agree. The reason previously given for DOGs was that they enabled people to more easily navigate and see what channel they were on. In the very early days of multi-channel TV where there were no EPGs or banners when you changed channel, this may have been true, but these days whenever you change channel on all forms of digital TV you get an on-screen indication of what channel you are watching, which disappears after a few seconds.

    There is no longer any reason whatsoever to have on-screen graffiti which often covers people's faces and is otherwise extraordinarily annoying and distracting. To have it on a digital download is even worse.

    Please get rid of all on-screen graffiti, on both TV and online.

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