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- The last episode of the biggest spending game show will air in Autumn
- Channel 4 say Noel Edmonds is working on a range of new programmes
- A Deal or No Deal Tour will hope to 'reach new audiences'
As the world zooms in on Rio, the marketing sector starts to up its focus on the forthcoming advertising and sponsorship battles that lie ahead. With 400 years’ worth of views for Olympic adverts on You Tube since April and with sponsorship revenue accounting for 45% of the IOC’s income it’s hardly surprising.
Sky Sports has today announced it is creating a brand new Friday night show, in partnership with Carling, the official beer and cider of the Premier League.
The new show titled ‘Carling In Off The Bar’, will provide fans with an exciting look back on the week in football, have an alternative take on the game that evening whilst being packed with fun football challenges, celebrity guests and alternative analysis. [more…]
Former Sky Sports presenter on life support after contracting rare infection in Rio https://t.co/Sr60NgBLIO
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NowTV are encouraging Brits to go ‘clothes-free’ as well as contract-free, by opening a naked sun terrace to mark the launch of the Now TV Combo, the UK’s first contract-free TV, broadband and calls bundle.
- Creator Daisy Goodwin hinted ITV drama could feature steamy scenes
- Albert installed 'special bolt' in bedroom to stop them being interrupted
- The first episode of Victoria is set to air on Sunday August 28
A special ‘Dragon’s Den’ style competition held recently (10th August 2016), saw a group of young entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas in front of a panel of business leaders and major organisations.
There to launch the event and motivate the participants, was the first ever BBC Apprentice winner, Tim Campbell, MBE.[pictured]
The company has taken the category to the next level by specialising in car savings – simplifying its proposition by focusing solely on drivers, to champion consumer rights and road safety.
With an estimated combined revenue of £800m, the price comparison sector is one of the UK’s biggest advertisers, with a 12% increase in ad spend to £120m in 2015. A marketing war has led to diversification of products among the industry, including telecoms and energy savings. However, with over two thirds of consumers now researching an insurance product using a price comparison site, the sector faces a major challenge as consumers struggle to differentiate between them.