Delaney Fletcher wins TV Times
By KAREN YATES, campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 29 May 1998 12:00AM
IPC Magazines has appointed Delaney Fletcher Bozell as the first roster agency for its TV weeklies group since the deregulation of the listings market in 1991.
IPC Magazines has appointed Delaney Fletcher Bozell as the first
roster agency for its TV weeklies group since the deregulation of the
listings market in 1991.
Delaney Fletcher beat Partners BDDH, Mellors Reay and Mortimer Whittaker
O’Sullivan to the business, which includes the group’s flagship weekly,
The circulation of TV Times has been sliding since competition was
introduced into the sector but, after IPC’s management buyout last year,
new bosses have pledged to turn the title around.
TV Times has set up a newsdesk and is revamping the rest of its offering
to position itself as the TV listings magazine with an inside track on
’TV Times has improved its editorial to cope with competition and
advertising will alert potential customers to that,’ Tom Knox, deputy
managing director of Delaney Fletcher, said.
Sly Grice, managing director of IPC’s weeklies group, said the agency
would work on a campaign in the autumn, which could take TV Times on to
television for the first time in seven years.
IPC’s in-house team, Creative Solutions, which has masterminded the
title’s advertising activity since 1991, will work with Delaney
’This is part of the long-term development plan for TV Times and we are
looking to establish a long-term relationship with a creative agency,’
Media on the business will continue to be handled by CIA Medianetwork.
This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk
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