Ads campaign for Irish TV shows set to be launched in next few weeks
News that Irish television shows have been promoted on Facebook is set to become the norm for advertisers, with new advertising campaigns set to launch in the coming weeks.
The advertising company Tribune, which is responsible for advertising in Ireland, will begin a trial on Friday for Irish television series that it hopes will become part of its new advertising campaign.
In the weeks to come, Tribune will be running a series of new advertisements for the shows that have been approved by the broadcaster, as well as for other upcoming Irish programmes.
Tribune is currently in the process of acquiring advertising rights to the shows it is advertising.
These include Irish shows including the hit Crimewatch, The Last Ship, The Oisin Teague Show, and The Good Wife.
The first of these ads is for a commercial that will run on Irish television on Tuesday, with another one due to run on Thursday.
Tribune’s new ad campaign will begin with a two-minute teaser that asks viewers if they would like to watch Irish TV.
“If you are a regular viewer of Irish TV and have a budget of €20 a week, then we think this is the best time to get on board the Tribune bandwagon,” Tribune’s head of marketing and communications, Brendan Boyle, told The Irish Sun.
The Irish Times understands the ads will run for between two and three weeks, and will run in the Irish language and the English language.
The ads will then be removed and replaced by advertisements from other Irish channels, but the Irish ads will be available for viewing on Facebook.
The Tribune ads will feature the series of Irish shows that will be advertised in the next few months.
This will include a commercial for The Good Housekeeping, which will run this Friday.
“We have the best of both worlds in the Tribunes.
You can watch Irish television, enjoy the great outdoors, and enjoy some of Ireland’s best TV shows from Ireland and around the world,” Boyle said.
Irish shows will also be featured in a series ad campaign that will debut in January.
It will feature Irish actors, including Tom Kenny, who is in the news for his role in the show, and Irish actresses including Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Joan Collins, and Claire O’Connor.