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Toyota Ireland sponsor RTÉ's The Voice of Ireland

Ireland’s biggest talent show, The Voice of Ireland returns to our screens for its Fifth series January 2016.

Presented by Kathryn Thomas accompanied backstage by Eoghan McDermott they will take us through the Blind Auditions, The Battles and The Live Shows.

Bressie, Kian Egan, Una Foden and Rachel Stevens are back to find one act that will be crowned The Voice of Ireland and win a recording contract with Universal Music.

The fourth series of The Voice of Ireland on RTÉ One regularly attracted over 500,000 viewers every Sunday evening. The most watched episode of the fourth series attracted a live television audience of 673,000.

Dermot Rigley, Commercial Manager, RTÉ Media Sales said:

"Toyota has secured a powerful association with The Voice of Ireland across all of RTÉ’s market-leading platforms - RTÉ Television, RTÉ Radio and RTÉ Digital. This sponsorship represents further support of our unique offering and acts as a great endorsement of RTÉ’s output and its powerful audience reach. We’re delighted to welcome Toyota on board".

Michael Gaynor, Marketing Director of Toyota Ireland, said:

“The Voice of Ireland has proven a major hit for Irish families and as Ireland’s leading family car brand we’re really looking forward to being associated with the show through our sponsorship. This programme provides a great way for us to showcase our range of vehicles for 2016 including the new RAV4 and new Auris.”

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