If you’ve flicked on Channel 10’s 7PM Project after work/school/uni/centrelink/jail and witnessed the stories covered the only thing to convince you you’re not watching ‘Today Tonight’ or ‘A Current Affair’ is the battalion of hip hosts/guests and their shock jock mates holding court like they’re in a wine commercial set at a pretentious dinner party.
Where ‘Today Tonight’ is the show for outer suburban head cases, 7PM Project is ‘Today Tonight’ for inner city idiots. Those that feel they are too sophisticated but still need to know the answers to the important issues like ‘Is your toothbrush killing you?’ or even:
The show has already mastered the advertising masquerading as a story but the real gem is the their highly engaging twitter social media conversation based around the show’s driving tabloid issues, including:
The old chestnut
Bloody louts on our roads
Corporal punishment for kids
and the mind numbing
Or the factual insight and analysis covered in an article suggesting that OMG, it’s the end of the world!
The topics of the night’s show are also tantalisingly sent out over the twittersphere giving us a succinct taste of what’s on tonight in only 140 characters or less, including:
Taxi Drivers and a tweeting python
People knicking rubbish
And the even more burning hot burning issue of there not being enough beefcakes around.
All this leads you to ask would Today Tonight even accept this? There’s only one-way to find out and it’s called ‘The 7PM Project Project’©. It’s where we aim to get a story or issue discussed on the 7Pm project covered by Today Tonight. All it takes is cutting their stories and then pasting them into the story suggestion box on Today Tonight’s webpage:
Then we sit back and play the waiting game to see if they ever make the air. They say the waiting game is the hardest game of all. I reckon if whomever ‘they’ are realised that the waiting game meant having to watch ‘Today Tonight’ every day to see if they actually do a story that the ‘7PM Project’ covered then there would be another way to describe it other that the ‘hardest game of all’. Right after they called us either suburban head cases, inner city idiots or just plain fucking morons.
Let’s see what the results bring, while you wait please ask yourself this very important question: