Generating Leads Through WKYC Channel 3
WKYC Channel 3
WKYC has a wide variety of news, sports and entertainment ad positions, including prime time programming from NBC.
From comprehensive programs to integrated sponsorships to focused campaigns on specific dates, WKYC offers the most options available in the market, all aimed at providing our partners a strong return on investment.
For more information and rates, please contact one of our Local Sales Managers, Michael Albrecht at (216) 344-3443 or Cory Jackson or (216) 344-3435.
WKYC.com is Cleveland's #1 online TV website local portal and the most effective use of your digital marketing budget. WKYC.com has a wide array of cutting-edge solutions to maximize your message exposure, recognition and brand awareness.
For more information and rates, please contact Digital Sales Manager Justin Gutschmidt at (216) 344.3416
WKYC connects offers the finest online marketing solutions available. Services provided include: SEO, Paid Search, Social Media Management, Website Development, Reputation Management, Retargeting and E-Mail Marketing.
WKYC connects is the online marketing partner for nationally recognized brands as well as local small and medium sized businesses. In addition, though the power of TEGNA, we’re able to offer our white glove services at very affordable investment levels.
Before you choose an online marketing partner, make sure you see what we’re capable of first.
For more information and rates, please contact Justin Gutschmidt at (216) 344-3416
No TV or Web ad? No problem. At WKYC we offer the finest in copywriting, design and studio production to our clients.
WKYC has partnered with DataSphere to sell local advertising on as with events section of WKYC.com. Through this partnership local businesses are able to reach their target audience through advertisements and sponsorships in the specific communities they represent.
For more information or to target your ad with our events please visit DataSphere online.
Please contact Digital Sales Manager Justin Gutschmidt at (216) 344.3416 today for complete solutions and information.
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