Sponsorship Opportunity - Sky Sports News

Provided by Sky Media
Sky Media is delighted to present the opportunity to sponsor Sky Sports News Today (11-2pm).

Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?

Sky Sports News 5-7pm is where the evening of sports begins! Viewers will find presenters and expert analysts building up to the evening of sport, as well as a comprehensive round up all of the days big stories and talking points. 5-7pm is the prime time slot where breaking news such as starting line ups for Premier League and Champions League games are announced, and in the summer is where the latest updates from England cricket test matches and major sporting tournaments are provided.

What is the Marketing Objective?

Sky Media is delighted to present the opportunity to sponsor Sky Sports News 5-7pm. This exclusive offer enables your brand to align with the countries most loved sports news channel with a premium evening hours daypart that runs from Monday to Sunday across the course of the year.

How does it work?

Scheduling Period: 12-month sponsorship Timings: 17:00 - 18:59 Monday to Sunday 18:00 - 18:59 Monday to Sunday* *Excludes 17:00 - 17:59 during the football season owing to Soccer Saturday scheduling.   Accreditation Sponsor Credits (per hour): Opening Credit: 1 x 15 seconds Closing Credit: 1 x 15 seconds Centre Break Credits: 6 x 5 second credits

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