1. In 2003, Channel 4 awarded Teletext Ltd a ten-year contract to run the channel's ancillary teletext service, named Teletext on 4.
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2. Channel 4 has a dedicated director of nations and regions, Stuart Cosgrove, who is based in a regional office in Glasgow.
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3. Channel 4 has, since its inception, broadcast identical programmes and continuity throughout the United Kingdom.
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5. On 15 August 2013, Channel 4 aired a 45-minute documentary on One Direction and their fans dubbed as "Directioners".
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7. In April 2010, Channel 4 became the first UK broadcaster to adapt the American comedy institution of roasting to British television, with A Comedy Roast.
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10. Channel 4 is provided by Virgin Mobile's DAB mobile TV service which has the same restrictions as the Internet live stream had.
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12. Channel 4 has been available in large parts of Ireland, especially border counties which have been able to receive terrestrial transmissions from Northern Ireland.
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16. Channel 4 commissioned two new corporate typefaces, "Chadwick", and "Horseferry", for use across promotional material and on-air.
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20. In 1992, Channel 4 faced its first libel case by Jani Allan, a South African journalist, who objected to her representation in Nick Broomfield's documentary The Leader, His Driver and the Driver's Wife.
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22. The first person to be seen on Channel 4 was Richard Whiteley with Ted Moult being the second.
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