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The Save BBC Three campaign has argued the transition period is too short and that programmes like Family Guy, Hair, and Don't Tell the Bride have not performed as well on BBC One and BBC Two with the 16-34 year old audience, in comparison to BBC Three.
It did not consider the proposals cost-effective because the BBC will need to spend on a new brand and triple advertising budgets to increase awareness of the new service.
BBC Three's programming consisted of comedy, drama, spin-off series and repeated episodes of series from BBC One and BBC Two, and other programmes that attempted to alert others of their actions through a series of programmes challenging common beliefs.
An example of BBC Three's comedy output includes the award-winning comedy Little Britain, which in October 2004 broke its previous viewing record when 1.8 million viewers tuned in for a new series.
On , BBC Three was added to the Sky EPG in the Republic of Ireland on channel 229.
The channel was eventually given the go ahead, eleven months after the original launch date, and launched on 9 February 2003.70% was original, covering all genres, including animation, comedy, current affairs, and drama.BBC Three had a unique 60 Seconds format for its news bulletins, adopted so that operation of the channel could be completely automated, without the complication of dealing with variable-length live news broadcasts.The Trust also approved related proposals to allow first-run and third-party content on i Player, as well as extend CBBC's broadcast day to p.m.The BBC One timeshift service was rejected, citing "limited public value".
In 2008 it reached 26.3% of 16–34-year-olds in digital homes—the channel's highest ever such reach and above that of E4, ITV2, Dave and Sky 1.