Anthony Burrill works on Amnesty International TV channel

Amnesty International is set to launch an online television channel which aims to humanise activism through entertainment and has been developed by a creative team which includes Anthony Burrill.


Burrill has designed the identity for and created on- screen idents. The site has been designed by consultancy Made by Many, which was appointed on the strength of other work carried out for the charity.

According to Amnesty International brand planner Matthias Stock, ‘We gave Made By Many the Anthony Burrill elements and they’ve applied them to the website and designed the front-end.’

Further content will be contributed by cartoonists Modern Toss and Robert Thompson – cartoonist for titles including Private Eye, The Spectator and The Times – who joins a host of established in-house writers, producers and directors.

Launching on Friday, website content will also be extracted across multiple platforms including a YouTube channel.

Magazine-style shows will include features, campaign stunts, satire, short documentaries, human rights film previews and reviews and news.

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