Monday, September 18, 2006

For a communications company, they sure speak badly

According to this news story about a deal with YouTube, Warner Music chairman Edgar Bronfman said [or more likely, the PR department wrote for his approval in a press release]: "Consumer-empowering destinations like YouTube have created a two-way dialogue that will transform entertainment and media forever."

Uh, yeah. Maybe. But it won't be much of a dialogue until the media companies learn to communicate in english instead of marketingbabble.

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