TV Admin & International Advice
Give your ads a flying start!
Danny Turner runs our TV Admin service which helps advertisers and agencies who want to outsource their admin or who need temporary additional support.
Working directly with Danny is an efficient way of ensuring that you have all it takes to provide clear, timely communication and management of the clearance of copy and claims support as well as delivery. In addition to TV we can also help with admin for radio, cinema, VoD and mobile.
Danny helps clients get a submission as complete as possible before it is sent for clearance – which will save valuable time later, if additional information is required.
If your campaign is also running in other countries, he can also take the stress out of getting international clearances.
Areas our TV Admin service covers:
- Manage clearance negotiations, internationally
- Update copy rotations
- Transcription, subtitling, translations
- Cover (holiday/sickness)
- Artist sourcing and contract
- Re-version overseas ads with UK VO
- Music song search
- Music rights negotiations
"Thank you so much for all of your help with all this. You have been a delight to work with."
- Teresa, Hickson Hanger Co-Founder
This is a premium service, for more information email our TV Admin Executive, Danny Turner.
International Copy Advice / Pre-Clearance
The International Copy Advice / Pre-Clearance facility has been developed to help agencies and advertisers covering multiple countries to get advice in a few clicks. Copy advice or pre-clearance, where available, can be sought directly through the facility. If the enquiry cannot be submitted directly through the facility, you will be directed to where this can be done. Similarly, if there are any conditions, such as fees, that applies, this will be flagged once the user has selected country(ies) and media.
The International Copy Advice / Pre-Clearance Facility is available on www.ad-advice.org
Click here to watch one of our expert training videos and find out more about the International rules.