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Saturday, 22 January 2011

Brew (Rhymes With Spew)

Another two-bit PR agency hits our radar for its association with TV Licensing.

Brew (whoever thought of that one?) is the bastard offshoot of our favourite PR harlots Fishburn Hedges.

Together they're on a crusade to rid the web of everything anti-TVL. As part of their moral crusade they "correct misunderstanding of the law on blogs, forums and Twitter".

What a virtuous organisation they must be. If only they could encourage their clients to take a slightly less intimidatory tone with elderly and vulnerable non-TV viewers.

We eagerly await their correspondence, because they'll obviously want to correct all of the legal comment and stories we've published here.

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