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Jack Osbourne Life Coach - Sponsorship Opportunity on ITV2

Provided by ITV
Jack becomes an extreme life coach in the hope that it will turn other young people's lives around.

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

In the last two series of Adrenaline Junkie, Jack Osbourne has turned his life around, kicked his dependencies and conquered his fears. Now he takes responsibility for ten young people in their late teens whose lives are taking the path that Jack's once - dependency, privilege, arrogance. It’s time for Jack to pass on his knowledge and experience and mentor ten desperate juveniles, helping them to realise their potential by attacking ten of the most adrenaline-fuelled adventures on the planet, by becoming an extreme life coach.

How does it work?

This ITV2 sponsorship package consists of 8 x 60 minute programmes which are currently scheduled to start in Q3 2007. ITV2 are offering 80 seconds of sponsorship accreditation per show, including repeats, helping to reinforce your message.

Who's used it in the past?

This is a new sponsorship opportunity on the ITV agenda, you can take this opportunity to leave your mark on the minds of consumers.

Features / Benefits

80" (seconds) of sponsorship accreditation will ensure message cut-through and deliver adequate time to ensure your association with the show is registered. Placed in between TV spot advertising and the programme itself, sponsorship guarantees a prime position and maximum visibility to your chosen target audience.

Guide PriceReach & FrequencyTarget AudienceMedia Types
£101k to £250k
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