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Samsung signs X Factor product placement deal

Samsung has signed a deal with ITV's The X Factor that will see its mobile and tablet devices become the first paid-for placements on the show.

The X Factor: Samsung signs first paid-for placement deal

The X Factor: Samsung signs first paid-for placement deal

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As part of the deal, Samsung mobile phones and tablets will appear in The X Factor from Saturday (29 September), when the talent show reaches the judges' houses stage of the competition.

Future placements could include Samsung products appearing on the sister show The Xtra Factor on ITV2, and the partnership will be promoted through The X Factor website with online video diaries and display ads.

A Samsung app will be created for the Samsung Galaxy Note II and the brand will provide a phone and tablet to each contestant who makes it to The X Factor live show stages.

The partnership was negotiated by LiquidThread, Starcom MediaVest Group's content division.

Avikar Jolly, the head of brand and communications at Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland, said: "We pride ourselves on our devices being innovative and industry-leading, so the fact this is a 'first' fits perfectly with our ethos and ambitions as a brand."

The headline sponsor of The X Factor is TalkTalk.

This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk

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