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In MediaRes (a media commons project)
http://www.tv-ark.org.uk/ - Comprehensive archive of UK television ephemera (idents, titles, logos, adverts)
http://625.uk.com/tv_logos/now.htm - Site dedicated to UK television idents
http://www.medlrum.co.uk/mhp/identzone/index.html - Site dedicated to UK television idents
http://www.angeltowns.com/members/austvhistory/index/htm - Site dedicated to Australian television idents
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=dZzvwHD03iI&feature=related - Video and film logos of the 1970-1980s compilations (US)
http://www.movie-list.com/ - Compendium of film trailers
http://www.imdb.com/Sections/Trailers/ - Internet Movie Database
http://www.ajkfoundation.org/ca.asp)- two part history of trailers produced by the Andrew J.Kuehn Jr.
http://www.archive.org/details/ephemera - site dedicated to non-fiction films usually madefor educational, industrial, or promotional purposes.
www.apple.com/trailers- site for the viewing of contemporary trailers.
Promos and branded entertainment
The Hire (BMW)
Lucky Star (Mercedes)
Bee Media (key digital media company
designing broadcast logos, promos, idents, trailers, as well as other
forms of branded entertainment in the UK and global market)
central to the development of branded entertainment such as
BMW’s The Hire and Cadbury’s Monkey promos)
Content (key production company specializing
If you want to see
online promotional materials that are no longer available, a useful
site can be found at http://www.archive.org
e.g. this is what HBO's Sopranos site looked like back in April of 1999...
The following site
allows you to get "snapshots" of entire websites, download embedded
video/documents etc - all of which are catalogued by the date you
visited and accessible through one simple user interface. It's a
particularly handy tool if you're trying to document and organise
online promotional material
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