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Virgin promotes sports channels with new ad campaign

Monday 14 July 2014 | 15:23 CET | News
Virgin Media launched its latest ad campaign with Usain Bolt during the World Cup Final on ITV1 on Sunday 13 July. The campaign celebrates Virgin Media being the only way people can watch every major live sports TV channel in the UK in one place from one provider. The ad campaign was created by BBH with media planning handled by Fifty6, and will run across TV, print, out of home and online.

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Companies: Virgin Media
Countries: United Kingdom
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