Radio Station Trashes Phil Collins, Titanic Soundtrack in Campaign

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In a recent campaign, an Austrian radio station, 88.6, is trying to position itself as something other that a station that plays popular music. By trashing the hugely successful Phil Collins and the Titanic soundtrack, two entities that, while some question their musical merit, made more money that this station will likely ever see, this station is trying to position itself as some sort of anti-pop, hip station. Too bad they couldn't find some cultural references that were relevant to this decade.

by Steve Hall    Oct-12-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Magazine   

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Looks like we have a closet Celine Dion fan on our hands! Steve, say it isn't so! ;-)

Posted by: dm on October 13, 2006 1:54 PM

Not a closet Celine fan. Hate her stuff. I'm a closet Titanic fan though

Posted by: Steve Hall on October 13, 2006 4:01 PM

Why would these be in English if it's for an Austrian station?

Posted by: daveednyc on October 13, 2006 5:01 PM







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