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Sponsor Steve Coogan's Starlings, on Sky1 HD

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Sponsorship opportunity available on Sky1 HD for the brand new sitcom and UK premiere of 'Starlings' with a huge star cast

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

Sponsorship opportunity for Sky1 HD's brand new sitcom, 'Starlings.' Written by and starring Peep Show's Matt King and executive produced by Steve Coogan, this is an exclusive new Sky1 series and will be aired from March 2012.

What is the Marketing Objective?

Brand awarenes.

How does it work?

The 8 x 60 min episode series - 'Starlings' will be broadcast on Sky 1 & Sky 1 HD from March 2012. Plus repeats on Sky 1 & Sky 2 and Sky Anytime & Sky Go. Sponsor credits include: Opening & Closing credit: 15 seconds; Break bumpers: 2 x 5 seconds per break (3 x centre breaks per show) and logo accreditation on all programme specific trailers that are 20 seconds or greater in length. ***Online opportunity also available.

Who's used it in the past?

Contact Sky Media.

Features / Benefits

'Starlings' is the fantastic newly commissioned comedy coming to Sky1 HD, with and all star cast written by and starring Matt King and executive produced by Steve Coogan. Set in a familiar setting, the series will attract a large and loyal audience. The UK premeire of Starlings will simulcast on Sky1 HD, allowing 4 times better picture quality with repeats on Sky1 and Sky 2 with an online opportunity also available.

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Guide PriceReach & FrequencyTarget AudienceMedia Types
£51k to £100kEstimated to reach 1.86 million ABC1 adults
25 - 34
35 - 44
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