The winner of this year's competition for the most intrusive use of on-screen graphics is the new 'freeview' channel 'The Hits'. The branding logo (top left) is huge and brightly coloured. Top right, there is a permanently-displayed 'press red' icon to invite you to read their teletext script about how to request a particular track. Bottom left (but usually extending most of the width) is a cycling list of their current playlist. Below the teletext icon there is another line of text. Close to the beginning and end of each track the track title is displayed next to a huge white rectangle. I'm not sure if there is actually any picture underneath all of this; I am distracted by all these objects. It seems unlikely that I will ever call their premium rate number to request a track; because I won't be able to watch it without these distractions. So, they win this competition. Unless anyone else knows otherwise.