From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Eleven is a television production company founded in 2006 by Jamie Campbell and Joel Wilson. They are known for producing critically acclaimed and award-winning shows such as Glue and Sex Education. In 2014, Channel 4 took a minority stake in the company and six years later, Sony Pictures Television acquired the majority of Eleven.

1st Logo (2006?-April 14, 2015)

Logo: On a black background, there is green text reading "ELE:VEN" stylized in a digital clock font with a copyright notice underneath. The colon is seen blinking once.


  • Split-screen credits has the logo superimposed on the background as well as to the left of the screen. Underneath "ELE:VEN" has "for Channel 4" in the same green color.
    • On Rick and Peter, the logo is still.
    • On The Secret Life of the Pub, this variant is on a black background.

Technique: The colon blinking.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the program.

Availability: Uncommon. This can be seen on scripted shows and documentaries from the company such as Glue, Rick and Peter, and The Secret Life of the Pub.

2nd Logo (February 23, 2017-)

Logo: On a black background, a set of numbers ranging from 1-10 slides rapidly to the bottom left within a square mask tilted 45 degrees. Afterwards, "ELE" and "VEN" in black, both of which are separated in green rectangles, slides in and slightly bounces before stopping.


  • An early version was used on Gap Year where the text is white.
  • Split-screen credits has the logo in the same position as last time, only with "for Channel 4 Television" in a white text underneath the logo.

Technique: The numbers and logo sliding.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the show.

Availability: Current. Seen on Gap Year, True Horror, Sex Education and Red Rose.

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