Paramount Advertising said it is launching the CBS Sports Creator Studio to connect advertisers with a younger generation of sports fans.
Paramount will vet talent and influencers for brand safety and relevance. In addition it said it ’s committed to fair and equitable pay for BIPOC (Black, indigenous and people of color) talent.
In addition to its properties and talent, Paramount noted that it has scalable production facilities and strategic content distribution capabilities, not to mention experience in social and influencer marketing.
The CBS Sports Creator Studio will have three main ways in which advertisers can tap into CBS Sports’s roster of influencers.
Influence X Tentpole: Advertisers can work with a sports influencer to give fans exclusive access to coveted moments surrounding tentpoles and championships like pre-game activations and A-list parties.
Influence & CBS Sports IP: Sponsors work with sports creators to give fans unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to CBS Sports studios, talent and footage to produce interactive content.
White Label Influence: An advertiser works with an athlete or sports creator to develop custom content with thematic alignment to a specific sport, season, or moment.
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