Sling TV Starts Airing New ‘Get Picky’ TV Ads




Sling TV today announced a new set of ads promoting their new ‘Get Picky’ marketing strategy.

“The new ads, which debut today in English and will appear next Monday in Spanish, feature Danny helping consumers embrace the pickiness (like ordering your latte or choosing a perfect vacation rental) and use it to get the TV they want, from Sling TV, of course. That’s because Sling is the only TV provider that gives YOU the power to pick your personal channel line-up from genres like sports, comedy, lifestyle, kids, news, movies and more. Pick a base service, starting at $20 per month, then add only the Extras and premium channels you want, plus add DVR and choose your favorite device to watch TV.” Sling TV said in a statement to Cord Cutters News.

Here are the new Sling TV Ads:

“We’ll be launching additional ads from the campaign in the coming months, and we can’t wait to share them with you! Let us know what you think of the new campaign – check out the first two ads below, tweet, share and tell us how you’re going to get picky with TV!” Sling TV said in a statement.

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