Made Television launches viewer ident competition

Everybody supposedly wants their 15 mins of fame, and now’s the chance for viewers of Made in Leeds to see their faces emblazoned across their television screen with the Station’s first ever Ident ‘Facebox’ competition.

The dedicated City Channel is looking for up to 20 members of the public to feature in its new channel idents, that will see the winning viewer’s photo included in a range of animated city scenes.

The idents range from 2 seconds to 12 seconds duration and are featured between ad breaks on the Made Television’s 24/7 Channel.

Andy Seddon, Station Manager Made in Leeds says: ‘Made in Leeds is all about the people and places that make Leeds such a fab place to live, work and visit.

We love nothing more that featuring our viewers on the Channel and this new ident competition is a great opportunity to get the great Leeds public involved with their dedicated city channel in real life. Plus, it means that they and their families and friends will be seen on the telly every single day!’

The twenty winning contestants will not only see themselves featured on the Channel, they will also enjoy time at the big screen, with cinema tickets and a Made TV goodie bag as part of their prize. For more details head to