Affiliate Spot Usage Guidelines Below is a list of guidelines for using SNI provided spots. This list should be used in conjunction with the SNI Affiliate Ad Guidelines, which is located at http://affiliate.scrippsnetworks.com.
Do not edit provided spots in any way, except to add logos and/or voiceovers in the tagged area. Do not remove or replace tagged sections of spots.
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Brought to you locally by ______________ , located at ______________.
Watch [Network/Show] on [Content Distributor] Channel ______________.
Spots are provided in SD and HD format. Please use the appropriate spot for the channel format.
All tags should be in the same resolution as the spot to which they are being attached. For SD spots, this is 720 x 486 at 29.97 fps. For HD, this is 1920 x 1080 at 29.97 fps.
All online usage of spots needs prior authorization to confirm media rights; however, tagged spots may not be placed on an advertiser’s website. Please contact [email protected]
with any questions.
To maximize reach and frequency, Scripps Networks Interactive recommends that spots run 30% 12pm-6pm and 70% 6pm-12am (no overnights).
Suggested networks for each network spot are listed below. These suggestions only apply when no other networks have been explicitly supplied.
Suggested Networks: History
Suggested Networks: A&E, Bravo, E!, Food Network, HGTV, Lifetime, Oxygen, Style, TBS, TLC, TNT, USA, VH1, and WE
Suggested Networks: Bravo, Discovery, TBS, USA, A&E, AMC, History, Lifetime, National Geographic, FX, TNT, HGTV, DIY Network, Food Network and Cooking Channel
Suggested Networks: Food Network, Cooking Channel, TNT, HGTV, TBS, USA, Lifetime, E!, truTV, History Channel, and FX
Channel, Discovery Channel, TLC, FX, Comedy Central, National Geographic Channel, A&E, Food Network, Bravo, and CNN
Suggested Networks: Food Network,
Suggested Networks: A&E, Discovery
Cooking Channel, TNT, HGTV, TBS, USA, Lifetime, E!, truTV, History Channel, and FX
Channel, Food Network, FX, Hallmark Channel, History Channel, Lifetime, Syfy, TBS, TLC, TNT, TruTV, and USA