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 Apr 18, 2005 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* Windows media blitz coming

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ZDNet has word on the upcoming Microsoft media blitz to push Windows XP adoption and commemorate the 20th anniversary of Windows' existence.

The campaign which will launch In 11 countries with online, print and television ads, will try to play up Windows as the start to many things. The ads will have messages like "Start something curious," "Start discovering lost cities" and "Start feeding your brain." In all, Microsoft said there are 51 TV spots, 39 print ads and 250 online advertisements.
There's a side note; they're also doing this at the same time that Apple's rolling out OSX Tiger. I don't see what they need to feel threatened about, but that's never stopped them before.
 

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