The worse example is Voom. At various points, a rainbow loco flashes in the corner of the screen. The last time this happened, I was watching a program on Italian art. Suddenly, the Voom logo appeared over a Carravaggio painting:
This hardly adds to one's appreciation.
Or take BBC America, which sometimes insists
not only on advertising coming shows on the bottom left, but thinks I need to be reminded what program I am watching on the lower left:
The Documentary Channel is a particular offender, with at least four different logos, among them:
The Learning Channel has its own vivid addition to my viewing pleasure:
Then there is the Discovery Channel:
Over time, one tunes these obnoxious logos out, at which point some channels change the logo, or add vivid color to make sure viewers don't forget what channel they are watching.
Am I the only one annoyed by these things?