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Dog and animated, why?

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    Posted by priestland (U2856904) on Friday, 22nd February 2013

    On CBBC today looking at the film Happy Feet , was very perplexed as to why the need to have the on screen graphic as an animated one. Its bad enough it is there at all but to make it move . Is the BBCs reasoning that its viewers must never forget which channel they are watching , that watching a programme is secondary to actually knowing you are watching the great and mighty BBC . 1984 me thinks .

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Friday, 22nd February 2013

    There's a long discussion about the use of 'DOGs' on the board already over here, where this topic is already being discussed.

    Please join in the discussion here, and see what others have said about the CBBC DOG.

    Closing this discussion as it's a duplicate.

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