Alright, I'll post this here and see if anyone else has heard anything like this on AM radio lately.
I am known to listen to AM talk radio fairly regularly. I don't particularly care for classical music and NPR digresses into artsy-fartsy tripe to
often in between its mutually masterbatory liberal diatribes. So, when I'm not in the mood for music on my commute to work or while out and about for
lunch I'm known to flip it over to the local (west GA/East AL) talk station. Depending on my shift, I catch parts of either Beck in the AM, Rush
around noon, Hannity in the late afternoon, and Hugh Hewitt in the evening. ( I have to say, I don't consider myself Republican or really that
Conservative I just like hearing opinions even those I don't agree with).
Typically most of the advertising on the station is:
A) Back to back to back PSAs (public service advertising) that whoever must own this station( I think it is clear channel)evidently puts all their
companies PSAs on this radio station. Everything from Selective service, forest fire awareness, stroke awareness,etc.....
B) Companies that seem to be advertising directly with the host
C) Smaller budget local advertising.
The gold advertisements have been pretty regular since the beginning of this economic mess so I'm only going to mention them briefly. We've heard
these for years late at night on TV and on AM radio regardless of how gold is doing market wise.
Two commercials that peaked my curiosity recently are these.
1)Survival Seed Bank has been advertising recently about a survival garden. Here is the link to their site.
Survival Seed Bank
Thier commercial specifically mentions that the seeds are non-hybrid and "could be
more valuable than gold or silver in a real crisis".
2) The second commercial I heard for the first time today, was an advertisement for "most important book you've never heard of". that book is "The
Creature from Jekyl Island".
I could easily see C2C having these adds running in the wee hours of the morning, but I find it odd that two subjects near and dear to our Conspiracy
minded ATS member hearts are finding their way to the public airwaves in the middle of the day on a station whose main draws, though currently on the
other side of power, are still the mouthpieces of one side of the PTB.
Is anyone else hearing advertising that would a year ago only been found on ATS, C2C or other alternative media?
The contrarian in me is thinking well if they are trying to sell this to the masses then things might not be as bad as I think they are, but I'll
need much more evidence than some commercials to act on that thought.
[edit on 27-5-2009 by jefwane]