Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Why Are The NBC-Universal Stealth Marketers Still Lingering On The Internet, And Why Does The SyFy Channel Still Need Them?

It's been a decade since NBC-Universal hired the stealth marketing firm "Abraham & Harrison" to not only guerrilla promote Ronald D. Moore's "Galactica in Name Only" series, but to also assault the general public on Internet bulletin boards such as and as part of their ruthless promotion of Ronald D. Moore's series.

Well...Ronald D. Moore's series (including "Caprica") have been long since why are these stealth marketers (who work directly for NBC-Universal and "Abraham & Harrison") still lingering around in much smaller numbers on and Are they waiting for their next batch of marching orders to arrive coinciding with the debut of the "Blood & Chrome" pilot movie?

SyFy Channel might as well throw in the towel right now....because "Blood & Chrome" is going to be as much of a flop as "GINO" and "Caprica" were. And the general public is on to this game NBC-Universal and SyFy Channel have been playing with their hired stealth marketers for the past decade now. The general public now knows that NBC-Universal and SyFy Channel are dismal failures both as individual entities and as a collective corporation....and that they continuously need mean-spirited, guerrilla style stealth marketing to make the crap they put on the air appear to be moderately....marginally....successful at the low end of the spectrum.

The general public never met a television series produced by Ronald D. Moore and the SyFy Channel that it ever liked. Quite the contrary. The general public has passionately hated what the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore have been doing together for the past decade. And they have responded by making every single television series produced by them a resounding flop.

No doubt about it. The lingering stealth marketers of NBC-Universal and "Abraham & Harrison" are hanging low on the Internet right now....waiting for their next batch of marching orders to coincide with the debut of "Blood & Chrome".

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