Nokia UK launch new music ads on YouTube touting Mix Radio on the Lumina 820

by Tony Zeoli on December 7, 2012 · 4 comments

in Business, Marketing, Mobile, Music

Nokia UK released two very cool new video commercials on YouTube to promote the new Lumina 820 along with their free Mix Radio service. Both commercials employe electronic dance music inspired rhythms and we always love that UK accent. We’re not sure who the subjects of these videos are, so we’re asking you to identify them. Just post in the Facebook comments section or blog comment section below. We’re curious to know!

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About Tony Zeoli

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Tony Zeoli is a digital media strategist, innovator and entrepreneur. He founded Netmix.com, in 1995, which was considered by Billboard Magazine to be the "innovation and advancement of dance music online." He has innovated as a product manager and information architect in online music, news and fashion. Tony is also founding partner of Digital Strategy Works (digitalstrategyworks.com), a digital strategy and interactive development agency focused on building web, mobile and social products.

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