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St George premièred on British television on 1 October 1996. [14] As the majority of the advertisement's budget was put into production instead of airtime, St George only ever aired on television ten times, [12] mostly during advert breaks during the Channel 4 series TFI Friday ; one commentary later clarified that St George aired once a week for six weeks during TFI Friday . [15] Public relations firm Freud Communications worked with Britvic in publicising St George by making "a celebrity" out of the otherwise unknown Ray Gardner, arranging for him to be interviewed on television and in the newspapers. [16] David Atter, international marketing manager for Tango, explained to PR Week that "as a youth product, Blackcurrant Tango was particularly adaptable and flexible. We didn’t need to have a well-known celebrity to reach our audience." [16] Scheduling the commercial in advert breaks of TFI Friday alone was considered unusual, even revolutionary, at the time. [17] The idea came from George Michaelides of Michaelides & Bednash. Vizeum UK's joint managing director, Matt Andrews, considered Michaelides to be a worthy candidate for a legacy prize at the 2006 Channel 4 TV Planning Awards, citing his scheduling idea for the advertisement as a reason. Andrews explained:

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