ITV studios around the country have been working through the weekend to roll out the new look. Everything from the programme sets to the mugs in the kitchens gets rebranded. Viewers will see the changes from the first transmission of the day and on ITV, ITV2, ITV, ITV4 & CITV - and ITV.com
ITV News Meridian has changed the look of its programme titles, set and graphics. There is a new look too for the national and international news programmes from ITV News. So tune-in at 1.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm and of course, at 10pm to see ITV in a whole new light.
X factor hopeful Jahmene Douglas from Swindon is hoping to survive the public vote this weekend.
Divya Kohli has been to catch up with him
The life of a toddler who's touched the hearts of millions of television viewers with his starring role in the ITV hit serial Downton Abbey has been beset by health problems.
Milo Lockley- Boyd has suffered from hydrocephalus, or water-on-the-brain, since he was born, but against the odds he has proved he has real star quality. And as Rachel Hepworth reports, he's now helping to raise money for the hospital that saved his life
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Starry eyed actors and singers from across the Meridian region are battling to get one of the most iconic roles in stage, film and television
Superstar, the show looking for the next Jesus Christ Superstar, starts on ITV this weekend.
The show's original creator, Andrew Lloyd Webber, has been scouring the country holding auditions. Fred went to meet Lord Lloyd Webber to ask him how it's all been going.
Fred has been speaking to Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber ahead of his new ITV show Superstar which airs on Saturday. He's been scouring the country looking for "Jesus Christ" for his new stage show Jesus Christ Superstar.
Watch Meridian Tonight at six for a behind the scenes look at the new show with Jason Donovan and Mel C.
Pudsey, the Britain's Got Talent winning dog, has been wowing the crowds at the Epsom Derby. His owner Ashleigh Butler even thinks he has got what it takes to rub shoulders with the royal canines. To see the video click here
Analogue TV signals were turned off across East Sussex and parts of Kent today, and digital TV boosted to reach all areas. Thousands of viewers in digital blackspots such as parts of Hastings Old Town, Eastbourne, Newhaven and Hailsham can now get some Freeview channels for the first time.
Homes already watching Freeview will need to retune their TVs to regain services. The process will be completed on June 13, when the remaining analogue channels will be switched off. Further Freeview channels from ITV and Channel 4 will then be available from local transmitters for the first time.