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Our new channel, E4 Extra will focus on comedy and entertainment and be home to scripted and unscripted acquisitions like Batwoman, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, Ninja Warrior Japan and Undercover Boss USA, as well as audience favourites like Big Bang Theory, The Inbetweeners and Derry Girls.
E4 Extra will launch on Wednesday 29th June from 7am and will be found at:
- Freeview 31
- Virgin 337
- Sky 139
- Freesat 181
- YouView 31
Due to a change in the way that Film4+1 is broadcast on Freeview, unless you have a Freeview HD TV or set top box you will no longer be able to receive the Film4+1 service post Thursday 20 November. You will still be able to receive Film4 as normal on channel 14.
Unfortunately, we are aware that some viewers have already lost the +1 service, if you have an HD box, please try a retune, if you don't have Freeview HD, then I am afraid that the +1 service is no longer available.
If you are unsure how to retune your box, the Digital UK website has full details - CLICK HERE
Freeview - 4Music
YouView (inc BT TV & TalkTalk TV) – 4Music
Freeview HD - 4Music, Kiss, Magic and Kerrang!
Sky – 4Music, Kiss, Magic, Kerrang!, The Box and Box Hits
Virgin – 4Music (other channels available in XL and L with 4Music, The Box and Kiss in M+ Package)
Due to some changes on the Sky EPG, as of 11 January 2021 our channel have moved:-
Box Hits on 354
The Box on 355
Kiss on 356
Magic on 357
Kerrang! on 358
4seven began transmisison on Wednesday 4 July, 2012 at 7pm. 4seven features programming that created a buzz over the previous 7 days on Channel 4.
You'll find 4seven on Freeview, Freesat, Sky and Virgin.
For information about Channel 4 have a look at our corporate information website here
The current Annual Report can be found on our corporate home page here.
The Annual Report for 2016 was released 12 July 2017.
You can also find out more information about Channel 4 on our corporate site here.
Please visit the Channel 4 Freedom of Information website for more information here
The following websites have an extensive list of music used in adverts:
(Channel 4 is not responsible for the content of external websites)
Channel 4 only transmits advertisements which have been examined and cleared for transmission via Clearcast. If you have a complaint about the content of an advertisement, this should be directed to the Advertising Standards Authority who investigate and adjudicate on complaints for all forms of broadcast advertising.
Adverting Standards Authority
Mid City Place
71 High Holborn
London WC1V 6QT
Telephone 020 7492 2222
Textphone 020 7242 8159
Fax 020 7242 3696
If you wish to make Channel 4 aware of your complaint as well, please fill in the complaints form at Contact Us and this will be logged and passed on to our Advertising Sales Department for their information. If your complaint is about a Channel 4 trailer, rather than a product advertisement, then please use the details above to contact us and we will ensure it is logged and passed on to those responsible for our marketing activity.
Jeremy Isaacs (1981–1987)
Michael Grade (1988–1997)
Michael Jackson (1997–2001)
Mark Thompson (Mar 2002–June 2004)
Andy Duncan (July 2004 – November 2009)
David Abraham (May 2010 - October 2017)
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