Monday, March 20, 2006
Many of you who grabbed today's edition of the TODAY newspaper most likely would have noticed the attention grabbing subheadline at the top of the front page that says, "Happily married couple take on a third partner". There's also a tiny line below it which tells you to read all about it on Page 13.
Readers who turned to Page 13 expecting a news story about a couple thinking of having a baby, or buying a pet or more excitingly getting another sex partner, instead see a full page coloured ad by GE Money promoting their new loan scheme called James.
To you punks in TODAY, next time if you want to put another attention grabbing subheadline, make sure you don't mislead your readers thinking that it goes to a real news story. If it is a lead for an advertisement, do add an advertorial notice below the subheadline damn it!
Update: TODAY responds...
Posted by I.Z. Reloaded at 5:00 PM
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