MEDIA mogul Rupert Murdoch is paying some £100 million to take a controlling stake in the firm that created the Crazy Frog ringtone.
THE company that provided downloads of the phenomenally popular Crazy Frog ringtone has been fined £40,000, after a watchdog ruled that advertisements did not make the true cost of the service clear.
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MODERN menace the Crazy Frog sits alongside traditional favourites such as Barbie in an experts' list of toys tipped to be bestsellers this Christmas.
HE MAY have infuriated the nation but the Crazy Frog was finally silenced yesterday, after advertising watchdogs banned him from appearing before 9pm.
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THE Crazy Frog advert has been taken off air amid a deluge of complaints after its creator, Jamster, decided that everyone who wanted to download the ringtone had done so.
THE Crazy Frog was finally knocked off the top of the singles chart when 2Pac clinched the number one spot with his new song Ghetto Gospel.
CRAZY Frog - based on a mobile phone ringtone - was finally knocked off the top of the singles chart yesterday by the rap song Ghetto Gospel.
THE Crazy Frog has held on to the number one spot in the singles chart for a fourth week. The ringtone reworking of Axel F, Harold Faltermeyer's theme to the 1980s Beverly Hills Cop film, is the first mobile phone tune to make it into the charts.
THE Crazy Frog mobile phone ring tone has topped the UK pop charts for a second week.
CRAZY Frog has spawned much more than just what is quite possibly the most annoying sound to have come within our collective earshot. It is also responsible for the most annoying TV ad, which by the way makes no narrative sense at all: "The crazy frog is back in town and on the run." If he's on the run, perhaps it is not a smart idea to come back into town then.
THE mobile phone ringtone that has infuriated a nation last night went straight in at number one in the CD singles chart.
THINK of something very annoying. Something so annoying that it drives you nuts as soon as you hear or see it. Take that thing and multiply it by ten. Then ten again.
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