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Sponsorship News App

The Sponsorship News App is a simple RSS reader that reads an RRS feed from the Sponsorship News website www.sponsorshipnews.com.au.


Sponsorship Congress Trivia

The SMCC Western Sponsorship Congress 2013 is proud to launch its mobile trivia game as a fun way to get to know the role that sponsorship plays in...


Western Sponsorship Congress

Welcome to the Western Sponsorship CongressWith over $1.5 BILLION invested in sponsorship in Canada, are you a PROPERTY looking to improve on your...


Sponsorship Revolution 2013

Formed in 2004 under the auspices of the Association of Canadian Advertisers, the Sponsorship Marketing Council of Canada was created to advance...


Samsung set to splash out $20m on Jay-Z mobile sponsorship

Samsung is reportedly set to sign one of the biggest sponsorship deals in tech history by splurging $20m on the rapper and impresario.

By June 5, 2013


Apple fanboys turn pro

Even more sponsorships, marketing giveaways, and hired runners wormed their way into the iPad lines today, increasingly clouding what had been the domain of gadget enthusiasts.

By March 16, 2012


Microsoft's YouTube channel hacked

Videos on the software giant's page have been replaced with solicitations for sponsorships.

By October 23, 2011


Nissan returns to racing to rev recognition

Automotive News reports on Nissan's return to professional racing sponsorships.

By April 1, 2011


Ethics watch: Yelp's sponsorship program

Yelp has a program for businesses to buy into enhanced services. The majority of this program is standard fare, with the exception of enhanced business profiles, something that can give an edge to businesses willing to pay up.

By April 5, 2007


How touring bands deal with high gas prices

With gas prices over $4 per gallon with no signs of dropping soon, bands are considering solutions like touring by bike, modifying the band van to run on biodiesel, and corporate sponsorships.

By June 17, 2008


Why Formula One teams with tech

Like its rivals, the Renault F1 team leans hard on tech hardware and sponsorships to stay competitive on the track.

By March 23, 2007


Nextel targets Spanish speakers

The carrier plans an upcoming advertising blitz targeting Hispanic-American consumers, plus more sponsorships of popular events such as soccer tournaments.

By August 11, 2003


MSN makes Fox show a reality online

Fox Broadcasting and Microsoft's MSN said Tuesday that they have teamed to promote Fox's new summer reality show "American Idol" on the Web. Premiering Tuesday, the talent-scout TV show will have a companion Web site hosted by MSN and developed by the series producers, FremantleMedia and 19 Television. The site, which features streaming media from Windows Media, chat sessions and community boards, will be promoted throughout the summer on MSN's networks of sites. MSN and Fox will jointly sell sponsorships on the site. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The move comes as Microsoft makes a concerted push to woo deals in Hollywood. While the deal is a first for Fox, Microsoft has previously signed TV promotion agreements for NBC's "Jay Leno Show" and "Access Hollywood." It has also produced sites for films such as Universal Studios' home video release of "The Grinch."

By June 11, 2002


Yack hires new sales exec

Yack Media Services, an online event guide, says it has appointed Ian Ross as vice president of sales. Prior to joining Yack, Ross held a similar position at Travelocity.com; he also worked at Travelocity's parent company, Sabre, where he was responsible for the syndication of travel-related sponsorships and services, according to the company. Ross previously worked in executive sales positions at IDG, The Washington Post and Softbank Interactive Marketing. Yack also said it has promoted Liza Folberth, formerly vice president of sales, to senior director of sales and of its event producer network. In April, Yack's chief executive, Jeff Morris, resigned after the Manhattan-based company cut about 40 percent of its staff. Yack licenses its Internet program guide to companies including EarthLink, Showtime and Excite.com.

October 8, 2001