In looking for new and effective strategies in persuading FOX to continue TSCC into a third season what do you think about the idea of a 'reverse boycott'? Members of this forum can start an email, web site and petition campaign that we, as consumers, will promise to purchase one or more units of the products being advertized on the weekly broadcast of the show.
If someone were to provide a list of firms that have been past advertisers for TSCC on FOX they could also be contacted directly (effortlessly through reroutes from the web site).
This might be a believable tact to take as boycotts have often terrified advertisers in the past. Why wouldn't the reversal of that tactic also have a persuasive impact? The problem is getting the information in front of the people who have a stake in such things. Goodwill has often been used as a means of forming positive public relations for companies in the past, why not here as well?
There can be power in numbers. In this site's recent poll on your "Favorite Female TV Star" Summer Glau received almost 10 million votes. Somehow I can't see this number as being divorced from the sentiments expressed by people here in this forum.
If we could produce the same numbers and place them before advertising executives hungry to exploit any advantage in this dwindling financial market we just might buy ourselves into a third season.
Victory has been wrested from thinner stuff as this.