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March 23, 2009

"3.2.1 and Your Love is On...THE AIR" -Check out Faux Show.com!

Image first seen at Springwise.com

Ok, just when you think there is nothing left to the personalization market, Your Las Vegas Wedding Concierge finds this very cool idea on one of my favorite brilliant idea sites; Springwise.com!

Personalized Radio Shows! How cool is this? I LOVE IT! Now you can broadcast your love to the world and not only star in your own video montage or love story but you could premier in your own customized radio show too (or someone may just surprise you with it as a gift)!

For now the concept and company is only available across the pond in England, but I have a feeling it will be making its way to our shores faster than you can say "3.2.1. and You are On the Air"! 

The full description of the concept and company is below from the article on Springwise website. 


Launched in November 2008 by two British radio presenters, Fauxshow creates personalized radio shows that put a recipient in the spotlight. Designed as an unusual gift experience, Fauxshows are most frequently produced for weddings and birthdays, although any request will be catered to. Customers pick a recipient's favorite music tracks and submit anecdotes for the presenters to read out in the show. Arrangements are then made for friends and family to call in to Fauxshow and record messages about or for the recipient. Jingles and effects are added in the final stage of recording to make the show sound as authentic as possible. Around three weeks after ordering, the show arrives on CD, ready to surprise and delight.

Fauxshow is still a tiny start-up, and the presenters welcome calls from customers to discuss ideas. Pricing is GBP 200 for a 5-song, 5-message show, or GBP 250 for 8 songs and 8 messages. Other options are available on request.

There's no stopping the personalization avalanche! And as Fauxshow demonstrates, you don't have to be a major player to get in on the game. 

Website: http://www.fauxshow.co.uk 

Spotted by: Jonathan Fletcher

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