ident


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ident

(ˈaɪdɛnt)
n
(Broadcasting) a short visual image employed between television programmes that works as a logo to locate the viewer to the channel
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Translations

ident

[ˈaɪdent] N (also station ident) (TV, Rad) → identificativo m
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ident

n (TV inf: also station ident) → Logo ntdes Senders; the MTV station identsdie Logos des Senders MTV
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References in classic literature ?
He must have managed to ident ify me somewhere, and the officer doubtless knew my personal appearance well enough now to follow and make sure of me without help.
Morton boss Allan Moore i s conf ident the international break has allowed his players to get f ine-tuned for the challenges ahead.
Or the famous 60s Harlech TV ident which used to pulsate so relentlessly that it was rumoured to have caused a mass outbreak of epilepsy in Merionethshire on its first screening?
If not, the pounds 20billion cost of four new Tr ident submarines would mean severe cuts elewhere in the MoD's budget.
Of the 21,744 remains uncovered since, 59 per cent have been ident i f ied, corresponding to 1626 of the dead.
# Enthusiasts consider the introduction of the globe to BBC TV in 1963 to be the first genuine ident. And since then, many havebeen more entertaining than the programmes.
BBC1 is ditching its red balloon "ident" on Friday after five years and replacing it with eight new short films featuring dancers - most of which were shot in or around London.