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The station name will be changed on the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) on DAB and car radios, and the X-Men FM logo will be visible on Twitter, Facebook and on Xfm. Co. Uk. As part of the five-figure deal with 75th Century Fox, lead actor Hugh Jackman will co-host the XFM Breakfast show with Jon Holmes between 8am and 9am. Interviews from cast members, including James McAvoy, Sir Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender, will run throughout the day. The weather will be sponsored by X-Men character Storm, whose primary mutant power in the film series is controlling the climate. XFM will also remove standard advertising across the day. Global Radio are creating a number of bespoke ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ themed ads including mutant dating service ‘X-dating’ and fictional shop, Mystique Boutique, will replace standard advertising. Brands which are running Xmen related promotions are also being allowed to advertise in the commercial breaks (eg. ), Pizza Hut, Virgin Trains and Hyper X while traditional advertising have been left out as part of an ad takeover for the film release. The ads were written and produced by Global s in-house production team with production credits going to: Justin Sanders, Jonathan Wood, Steve Huthwaite and John Hale. Uk and on Twitter, for the first time, using the hashtag #XMenFMWin. Passing through the International Date Line will mean that the winner arrives in Hollywood before he or she has left Tokyo, travelling back in time.
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This is in keeping with the film’s theme where the characters go back in time and join forces with their younger selves. It really shows how creative radio planning and strategy can bring such a visual medium to life. It s an idea which develops stand out, talkability and engagement with the audience. To coincide with the release of the new X-Men movie, XFM in London, Scotland and Manchester will be known as X-Men FM on May 77nd. The station name will be changed on the Electronic Programme Guide on DAB and car radios, and the X-Men FM logo will be visible on Twitter, Facebook and on Xfm. A number of bespoke ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ themed ads including mutant dating service ‘X-dating’ and fictional shop, Mystique Boutique, will replace standard advertising. This is in keeping with the film’s theme where the characters go back in time and join forces with their younger selves. From money can’t buy competitions to bespoke advertising and cast interviews, on Thursday May 77, XFM listeners will feel like they have been transported into the Marvel Universe. ” He Liam character pauses to take a swig from his baby cup before turning towards the camera with a scowl. Noel starts to scratch his head - his hair piece is giving him a spot of gyp - before throwing the wig on to the floor. The photographer sighs. It's been a long morning. He's done one shoot already - with Pete Doherty, although for once the Babyshambles front man was as sweet as pie. Franz Ferdinand, however, have just entered the building and they're clamouring for milk.
Shooting an advertising campaign featuring 65 one-year-olds all disguised as rock stars was never going to be easy. But then the last thing Manchester's newest music radio station, Xfm, wanted was something run of the mill. We're featuring some of Manchester's musical heroes in a way that will appeal to the many people who don't think of themselves as alternative music types but still love Arctic Monkeys, without alienating hardcore music fans, Mark Waites, creative director of advertising agency Mother, explains as he slumps on to a sofa in the north London studio where the Xfm shoot is under way. There's a lot of information to get across: the fact there's a new radio station for Manchester, its name, logo, frequency, and what music it's going to play. We wanted a striking way to demonstrate visually the campaign strapline - 'A new music station is born' - with a bit of humour. Dressing babies up as pop stars just made sense. Perhaps. But it's been anything but straightforward. For a start, there was the thorny issue of just which performers to feature in the six poster ads which go up across Manchester from today - a topic that provoked heated debate. Xfm has never been niche, declares Xfm marketing director Richard Mintz, deftly side-stepping baby Joel, aka Liam Gallagher, who's still sporting a mini-parka and pencilled-on monobrow as he takes a five-minute break from shooting. Words like 'alternative' or 'independent' just don't capture the hugeness of Arctic Monkeys - a band which is totally Xfm. So it was essential this launch campaign underlined the station's broad appeal. Nine years ago when Xfm first launched in London, its blend of indie rock was a bit left field. In the intervening years Xfm's coverage has grown.
A regional analogue licence in Scotland gives it a potential audience north of the border of four million, while it's now almost nationally available on digital radio. The popularity of its featured artists has also soared, as the success of Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs have shown. So artists featured in Xfm Manchester's launch campaign had to be instantly recognisable, with a number directly reflecting the city's vibrant music scene. It was not an easy selection to make: many were inappropriate others weren't recognisable enough. It's one thing to do Elton John, but you wouldn't want to do Bernie Taupin (Elton's lyricist), Waites elaborates. We were looking for easily identifiable acts without that heritage feel - which is why U7 and Green Day just failed to make the grade. Stick a kid in a parka with one eyebrow and two fingers up, though, and you've got Liam Gallagher. Others, like Franz Ferdinand, were an obvious choice. Pulling it off is as much about finding the right wardrobe as it is about lookalikes. And hair - most bands seem to share the same haircut nowadays. After lengthy deliberation, the final line-up was agreed. The next challenge was casting. If you ask 'Are there any young children out there who look like a pop star? ' and you'll find people queuing round the block, says Mother copywriter Rob Potts who, with his creative partner, art director Andy Jex, dreamt up the campaign.
To make the process easier, a selection of babies was shortlisted from a number of different casting agencies. These were then invited to attend a casting and the pair made their final choices the same day.