IPod doctors struggle to restore taste to Burnett

August 2006
Campaign;8/4/2006, Issue 31, p21
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The article reports that Leo Burnett Worldwide Inc. has appointed Phil Atkins and Jamie White from its finance department to act as iPod doctors. The doctors will give a thorough and frank diagnosis to anyone with symptoms of 'Pod Fever'. Managing director Paul Lawson was one of the first people admitted to the clinic with pod problems. The doctors' diagnosis stated that patient has done well by continuously listening to the music "Hot Hot Heat," "Graham Coxon," " Arcade Fire," and " The Pixies."


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