PDA

View Full Version : Sonos advertised on Howard Stern show on Sirius Radio



mortslim
2008-06-13, 16:14
Just a heads up to the marketing people at Logitech: Sonos is advertising on Howard Stern. Since Squeezebox now supports Sirius, you may want to consider advertising there too so listeners are aware of their choices.

tyler_durden
2008-06-13, 20:15
Does anyone who might be interested in such a system listen to Howard Stern? I was under the impression that SB users were more intelligent than that...

TD

iPhone
2008-06-13, 20:33
Does anyone who might be interested in such a system listen to Howard Stern? I was under the impression that SB users were more intelligent than that...

TD

Was that a rhetorical question? Somebody obviously heard the commercial on HS so somebody must be listening to HS to post that they heard it here. Itís not me for sure. I sure as hell am not going to pay for radio (XM nor Sirius).

Its SC, SN, CD, Vinyl, or HD Radio for me!

Nonreality
2008-06-13, 21:30
Does anyone who might be interested in such a system listen to Howard Stern? I was under the impression that SB users were more intelligent than that...

TDJust wondering why you would say that? Either you've listened and made that conclusion,which means... Or you haven't listened and made that conclusion, which means...

tyler_durden
2008-06-14, 05:55
Back when Howard Stern was on terrestrial radio and TV he was unavoidable. I was extremely happy for him and every male over the mental age of 13 when he signed on with Sirius because it became much easier to avoid his so-called "humor". IMHO, his popularity and the obscene amount Sirius paid him are symptoms of a larger decline of American culture.

I find the simultaneous rise in popularity of Howard Stern, George Bush, and "intelligent design" to be an interesting, yet tragic coincidence that says a lot about American intelligence and values.

Hmmmm.

TD

mortslim
2008-06-14, 08:36
Well, even if it were true (which of course it isn't, I'm sure it was just posted to be provocative and tongue-in-cheek) the un-intelligent should buy squeezeboxes too!

Hey, the more squeezeboxes that are sold to ANYBODY will mean a better squeezenetwork, thus everybody wins, no matter what your IQ.

I just bought the new book "Squeezebox for Dummies". It's very informative and has a whole chapter on how to spread the word.