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Ahead of the Headlines on Setanta Sports News

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Show dedicated to night's major sports events with viewer phone ins and debate amongst some of the biggest names in sport.

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

Ahead of the Headlines will offer viewer's their chance to put their questions to the biggest names in sport. The show will also offer a first look at the stories making the back pages in your region. This slot will also include some of the great premium sports programming from Setanta Sports 1 including:- Monday - Macca's Monday Night Preview with Angus Scott and Steve McManaman, Wednesday - Football Matters, hosted by Angus Scott, Thursday - Blue Square Premier Review with Rebecca Lowe, Friday - Friday Football Show with James Richardson.

What is the Marketing Objective?

Raise brand awareness.

How does it work?

Broadcast sponsorship of all programming between 1500 - 1700, Monday - Sunday on Setanta Sports News.

Who's used it in the past?

This is a brand new opportunity.

Features / Benefits

Setanta Sports was launched on 29th November 2007 in 11.5million homes Available as a free to air channel for all Satellite and Cable subscribers It is the only sports news channel available in 3.1 million cable homes and a genuine alternative to Sky Sports News in satellite households. A potential advertiser would have the opportunity to associate itself with one of the biggest sports multi-channels and biggest shows.

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Guide PriceReach & FrequencyTarget AudienceMedia Types
£101k to £250k16-34 year old men
16 - 24
25 - 34
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