Sponsorship

Sponsorship is a powerful marketing tool that can create a meaningful connection between your brand and TV viewers. It can offer effective cut-through and targeted communication to specific audiences. A relevant brand that associates itself cleverly with a TV show that viewers love is more likely to be loved itself!

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Available Sponsorships

 


 

Benefits of Sponsorship

Sponsorship on Virgin Media Television can be used to fulfil a variety of marketing objectives.

It enables a brand to become synonymous with chosen programming - from Ireland AM to Love Island to the Six Nations, therefore tapping into the audience loyalty to that programme.

Sponsorship can be a cost-effective introduction for brands to TV or even help to launch a brand. Sponsorship can go beyond the programme itself. It can extend to the Virgin Media Player, competitions, social campaigns, spot advertising, point of sale branding opportunities or even access to cast members/presenters of the show you’re sponsoring.

Sponsorship can be used as a brand building exercise or to drive direct response.

 


 

The Different Types of Sponsorship


 

Sponsorships T&Cs

 

Do I need to supply sponsorship stings?

Relevant sponsorship creative is essential to the success of the sponsorship. You can supply us with pre-existing sponsorship ad copy if you have it. Alternatively, our in-house production team can work with you to develop a concept you are happy with and produce effective sponsorship materials for air.


Are there some general creative rules we should follow?

Sponsorship stings should utilise the existing relationship that the viewer has with their programme. If there is an obvious link between the sponsorship creative and the programme content, this performs better across all key measures.

 

Are there specific branding messages that can or cannot be included in sponsorship stings?

TV broadcasters are regulated by the BAI, who have outlined a set of guidelines specifically for commercial messages on TV.


Click here for the General Commercial Communications Code.


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