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Nov 29, 2016

Spotify calls out users for strange listening habits

The brand's largest OOH campaign to date has some fun with real user data.

Spotify calls out users for strange listening habits

The ad nuts at Campaign US report:

Spotify has access to a wide range of consumer data it can sift through, and the music streaming company is putting some of its insights to work in a new global OOH campaign. Created in-house, the humorous spots directly address a particular sliver of the Spotify audience: the one person in NoLIta who’s been streaming Christmas music all year, or the 3,700 people in the UK who played "It’s the End of the World as We Know It" right after the Brexit vote. The campaign begins rolling out today in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, the UK, France and Denmark. It will launch later in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, Mexico, New Zealand, the Philippines and Sweden.

Ad Nut will update this post when details about this campaign in Asia are available.

Ad Nut sincerely hopes that Spotify does not take a close look at Ad Nut's listening habits.

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