Multi-Platform Integrations

Marketers are turning to syndicationís daily original content, to deliver immersive multi-platform promotions. On these pages we feature recent examples which demonstrate the loyal, emotional relationship viewers have with our hosts. We've also included pdf summaries and video highlights as well as links to show websites and member contact information.



  • Entertainment Tonight and Kohl's
  • Entertainment Tonight and
         Papa John's
  • Excused and Jazzed.com
  • The Insider and Kmart
  • Inside Edition and Listerine
  • Rachael Ray and
         The Egg Board
  • Rachael Ray and HP
  • Rachael Ray and Target
  • The Doctors and CVS Pharmacy
         Prescription for Health
  • The Doctors and P&G Total Beauty
  • The Doctors and Pfizer
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Hyundai
  • Extra and Chevy
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Burt's Bees
  • TMZ and Sonic
  • Extra and Burlington Coat Factory
  • Extra and Chase
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Ubisoft: Just Dance 3
  • TMZ and Sony
  • Extra and Lexus
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Ore-Ida
  • TMZ and KFC
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Buick
  • Extra and L'Oréal
  • Extra and Walgreens
  • Extra and Bertolli
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and GMC
  • The Ellen DeGeneres Show
         and Walgreens
  • Katie and Dove
  • Katie and CVS
  • Live with Kelly and Michael and Canon
  • Live and the Nokia
         Lumia 710 Windows Phone
  • Live and Stanley Steemer
  • Live and Dean Karnazes
  • Live and Kmart
  • Live and Classmates.com
  • Live and Gerber
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
         and Glade
  • Live and T-Mobile
  • Live and Quaker Oats
  • Live and Chrysler
  • Live and Walgreens (3D Halloween Special)
  • Live and Applebee's
  • Live Holiday (Kmart & Norton)
  • Live and Purina
  • Live, Volkswagen and Zappos
  • Wendy Williams and The Cheesecake Factory
  • Wendy Williams and Pantene
  • Dish Nation and Popchips
  • Family Guy and Dentyne
  • Dish Nation and Novation Capital
  • How I Met Your Mother and Yum!
  • How I Met Your Mother
         and Home Depot
  • Access Hollywood and Microsoft
  • Access Hollywood and TJ Maxx
  • Access Hollywood and DSW
  • Access Hollywood and Dove
  • Access Hollywood
         and White House Black Market
  • Access Hollywood and Party City
  • Access Hollywood and Subway
  • TODAY: 10.22.14
    Advantage Syndication

    Advantage Syndication

    With engaging, top-rated, young-skewing shows, Syndication is a strong performer for marketers looking to improve their delivery and commercial recall all year long.

    Syndication has shorter commercial breaks than network and cable. In DVR households, syndication is watched "Live" and has higher commercial playback making it a better communications environment for valuable advertiser messages.

    For more information on the "Syndication Advantage," click here for the entire presentation.

    SHORT POD ADVANTAGE
    Syndication: Shorter Pods & More A/B Positions

    Syndication's national breaks are shorter than both network prime and cable, making our commercials more likely to be recalled by consumers.

    According to the 2012 SNTA Member Survey, Syndication also has a higher percentage of "first minute" positions; valued by marketers looking to get their commercials seen "Live" and in Playback. For those looking to really stand out, Syndication has :60 breaks in many popular shows.

    To learn more about how your brands can benefit from Syndication's short pod advantage and first-minute leadership, Click here to view the entire presentation.

    SYNDICATION: HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

    Syndication:
    Healthy Lifestyle

    Americans invest in staying healthy, spending over $60 Billion on weight loss and nearly $30 Billion on vitamins and supplements. Marketers looking to reach health conscious adults turn to syndication whose viewers lead active lifestyles, read nutrition labels, and seek out new ways to stay informed on trends in diet and fitness.

    Healthy menu options at restaurants and purchasing organic food are two growth areas in the food industry. In the SNTA's 2012 Healthy Living report, we look at how syndication's viewers make healthy choices when dining out and how mom viewers are buying organic food for the family.

    Click here to download the entire Healthy Living presentation.