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  Reply # 60819 14-Feb-2007 20:47
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Probably because fans of that genre are the only ones with enough common sense to go blowing 50c a pop on texting in to vote for it.




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  Reply # 60828 14-Feb-2007 22:37
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stevenz: Vodafone presumably think that targetted advertising to Hip-Hop/R&B fans must compete with Telecoms Boost mobile plan which targets the same demographic which seems to make up the majority of the content on C4. (It does every time I see it mid afternoon and mid evening anyway).



Won't see me watching that rubbish!!!

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  Reply # 60829 14-Feb-2007 22:42
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Won't see me watching that rubbish!!!


Same here - the only C4 I watch is pictured below...

And its cousin dynamite...





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Reply # 61223 19-Feb-2007 14:30
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well i'm sure vodafone pays alot of money to sponsor the show and right now it has less features than youtube has so why would anyone want to watch?vodafone select live needs to differentiate itself from youtube otherwise it won't be able to compete with the internet tv.Vodafone should tell c4 to bring back their daily select live top5 countdown,and get some a monthly interview with a top artist from the usa over the phone because this only happens like once every few months now.

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stacey1122: well i'm sure vodafone pays alot of money to sponsor the show and right now it has less features than youtube has so why would anyone want to watch?vodafone select live needs to differentiate itself from youtube otherwise it won't be able to compete with the internet tv.Vodafone should tell c4 to bring back their daily select live top5 countdown,and get some a monthly interview with a top artist from the usa over the phone because this only happens like once every few months now.


WOW stacey1122 with BRILLIANT insight like that YOU should be running Vodafone!!!! AND telling TV stations how to run the shows that you've sponsored!!

What next???? Adidas telling the NZRU that they don't want Ritchie Macaw on the All Blacks because he only eats lamb??

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  Reply # 61235 19-Feb-2007 15:19
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Easy now... no need to get personal if you disagree with someone.




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Reply # 61237 19-Feb-2007 15:29
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stacey1122: well i'm sure vodafone pays alot of money to sponsor the show and right now it has less features than youtube has so why would anyone want to watch?vodafone select live needs to differentiate itself from youtube otherwise it won't be able to compete with the internet tv.Vodafone should tell c4 to bring back their daily select live top5 countdown,and get some a monthly interview with a top artist from the usa over the phone because this only happens like once every few months now.


Go stacey maybe you can aplly for a CEO job at CANWEST

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  Reply # 61239 19-Feb-2007 15:32
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Well I think we all know where this thread is heading. Time to end it before it gets out of hand

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