CTM's commercial performance has been stellar this season and we look forward to growth with our new programming
Burbank, CA (PRWEB) April 3, 2009
Creative Television Marketing (CTM) announced today it has re-upped its exclusive commercial advertising sales agreement with Telco Productions for the 2009/10 broadcast season. CTM will continue all commercial advertising sales for Telco's Animal Rescue, Dog Tales and Missing, and add to its roster Telco's two newest programs Dragonfly and Swap TV.
Richard Storrs, President of CTM says, "We are very pleased to continue our successful association with Telco. We look forward to being a part of the launch of these two excellent E/I programs, they are the perfect fit for our program line up. Advertisers who are looking to associate with quality, family-friendly programming and consistent rating delivery, will find their solution with us." Storrs added that CTM plans to build off the success of this season's programming and strong advertiser support.
"CTM's commercial performance has been stellar this season and we look forward to growth with our new programming," says Alex Paen, President of Telco Productions. Telco's six-time Emmy-nominated Animal Rescue enters its 13th season this fall, while Missing begins season 7 and Dog Tales enters season 3.
CTM launched its commercial representation arm just under one year ago, representing Telco's line up, the court show Eye for an Eye and various Red Bull sports specials. A veteran of short form advertising, CTM has been representing ten-second national spots for closed captioning, website, travel and promotional sponsorships for more than 12 years, with an impressive client list that includes CBS Television Distribution, CNN, Program Partners, AtlasWorldwide and CF Entertainment. As an industry leader in this field, CTM's roster represents some 25 different and diverse programs such as Judge Judy, the highest rated syndicated court program, Judge Joe Brown and CBS TV Distribution newest hit show The Doctors, as well as closed captioning sponsorships on CNN and CNN Headline News.
Explaining how his company is doing during the economic downturn, Storrs said, "Although we have been through some tough months like everyone else, being lucky enough to represent quality programming in this marketplace makes all the difference. We hope to be expanding, and look forward to announcing more additions to next season's line up in the near future."
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