15
Mar
09

what’s in a name?

Anyone who’s heard Papa John talk about the local media scene will confirm that he’s worried about STCentral TV.

He’s concerned about them scooping the Gazette on stories but he’s desperately worried about the potential loss of advertising revenue to the borough’s only dedicated internet TV channel, especially as he is coming under increasing financial pressure by his bosses.

A quick look at STCentral will confirm that for once he may be right. Colmans who rarely advertise in the Gazette and Hays Travel both have adverts running on STCentral for the first time.

Mr Monkey can’t help wondering whether Papa John is capable of responding to this challenge and reckons the competition are going to be laughing all the way to the bank.

Readers of the Gazettee will have noticed that Papa John is guilty of plagiarism by re-naming the Gazette’s piss poor video clips as Gazette TV.

This chimp would like to remind Mr Szymanski that changing a name doesn’t guarantee success and shows just how worried he is about the threat STCentral TV pose.

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6 Responses to “what’s in a name?”


  1. 1 davidmaclean1986
    15/03/2009 at 17:11

    If you think you can do so much better why don’t you start producing video, eh?

  2. 2 Mr Monkey
    15/03/2009 at 22:47

    Why do I need to bother when the Gazette is doing such a wonderful job.

  3. 3 Cornelius Atweasle
    17/03/2009 at 10:00

    @Mr Maclean …

    Not much of a comeback from a man alleged to be such a great wordsmith!

  4. 18/03/2009 at 18:06

    I’ve never heard these scurrilous allegations…

  5. 5 camera shy
    18/03/2009 at 21:51

    Any truth in the rumour that Iain Malcolm had you taken off council stories?

  6. 6 grey anorak
    18/03/2009 at 21:54

    Yes he was removed because Iain Malcolm could not control him.


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