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Friday, 31 July 2009

Double Trouble


We've had a double-whammy of TVL scabs visiting our humble little blog today, with concurrent visits by Capita Business Services and Fishburn Hedges.

Hope you're enjoying the read as much as everyone else guys.

Another PR company, Ogilvy & Mather, seem to be taking a repeated interest too. Asking around it seems no-one is sure whether or not this company is also doing the BBC's dirty work. They certainly don't broadcast the relationship on their website if they do.

Maybe they just visit to see examples of how not to do it?!

I keep expecting TVL to contact us asking why we hate them so much. The answer is simple - your deceitful tactics terrorise innocent non-TV users in their own homes.

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