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fanoftv7,890 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Central (West) Midlands Today
A lovely promo just focussing on the entertainment coming up and not all programmes are featured either.

I presume that they have been pushing 2019 drama and dancing on ice during the breaks of i’m a celebrity due to the amount of viewers that it’s pulling in.
JKDerry1,007 posts since 15 Oct 2016 Recently warned
UTV Newsline
ITV have always pushed and promoted their January schedule in Christmas time, as advertising revenue from mid December onward decreases. You will notice I'm a Celeb ends this Sunday, and for the remainder of December, there are really no big shows on offer, as ITV know advertisers scale back the closer they get to Christmas. This is what I was told by an ad sales executive.

Once Christmas is away, January is the big time again, and so The Voice, Dancing on Ice and a whole load of new dramas will air and that is where the money is made.
Jez10,789 posts since 7 May 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
ITV have always pushed and promoted their January schedule in Christmas time, as advertising revenue from mid December onward decreases. You will notice I'm a Celeb ends this Sunday, and for the remainder of December, there are really no big shows on offer, as ITV know advertisers scale back the closer they get to Christmas. This is what I was told by an ad sales executive.

Once Christmas is away, January is the big time again, and so The Voice, Dancing on Ice and a whole load of new dramas will air and that is where the money is made.


I can understand them airing promotions for January shows during Christmas itself but the first week of December?
JKDerry1,007 posts since 15 Oct 2016 Recently warned
UTV Newsline
ITV have always pushed and promoted their January schedule in Christmas time, as advertising revenue from mid December onward decreases. You will notice I'm a Celeb ends this Sunday, and for the remainder of December, there are really no big shows on offer, as ITV know advertisers scale back the closer they get to Christmas. This is what I was told by an ad sales executive.

Once Christmas is away, January is the big time again, and so The Voice, Dancing on Ice and a whole load of new dramas will air and that is where the money is made.


I can understand them airing promotions for January shows during Christmas itself but the first week of December?

Getting the attention of viewers and advertisers alike. Keep promoting and it will stick in the memory of viewers, also persuade some advertisers to but advertising space in those programmes. ITV might have not sold some commercial slots yet.
James Vertigan3,164 posts since 2 Jun 2001
London London


Christmas double issue RT cover revealed at midday. Cover price is apparently £4.90 this year.
JKDerry1,007 posts since 15 Oct 2016 Recently warned
UTV Newsline


Christmas double issue RT cover revealed at midday. Cover price is apparently £4.90 this year.

Wasn't it £5 last year?
Argybargy315 posts since 7 Nov 2012
Granada North West Today


Christmas double issue RT cover revealed at midday. Cover price is apparently £4.90 this year.


I do like The Snowman, but come on! That's 3 times he's adorned the Christmas RT in the last 7 years.

Sadly, the beautifully-illustrated covers of the late 70s and early 80s are now the Ghost of Christmas Past....
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DE88643 posts since 8 Jan 2017
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And when this year's Christmas Wrapping comes out, expect him to say something along the lines of "I really wish they'd stop calling it legendary..." Wink
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