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Re: 96.9 testing...123
They've been running ads for upscale wineries, Turner Fisheries and several
other upscale lines in addition to the usual rasher of "AT&T Wireless",
etc. I wonder if the new format will bring ads for Bush Beer and trailer
On a side note, about a year ago I was channel surfing and caught an ad for
a strip joint and an abortion clinic in the same stop set. Great planning
in the traffic dept. I think that it was Jamn but I'm not sure.
At 12:10 AM 8/24/99 -0700, Bob Nelson wrote:
>I tuned into WSJZ a couple of times recently and heard them running ads
>for Jaguar cars. Hmm, trying for the upscale audience. What sort of
>businesses will want to advertise on a talk station--something a bit
>more middle-class, maybe?
>And on the subject of advertisers dealing with a
>changed format--remember on "WKRP in Cincinnatti" when
>the format changed from beautiful music to rock and
>roll and at least one advertiser stuck on?
>Dr. Johnny Fever: "so hang tight, babies...together we will growl and
>HOWL!!!!--Right after this message from
>Shady Hills Rest Home."
>Commercial: "Many people ask this age-old question--
>what happens when I can no longer feed myself?"
>--- "MovieMan@shore.net" <MovieMan@shore.net> wrote:
> > I've heard that the sales department was getting
> > their share of irate calls
> > from *pissed* advertisers who didn't want to be
> > associated with the new
> > format today. Kick them in the wallet!
>Do You Yahoo!?
>Bid and sell for free at http://auctions.yahoo.com