Classic FM outdid themselves when reporting on the One Direction split

It's a classic, as some might say

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Classic FM has won the media race for internet traffic following news of One Direction’s year-long split.

While classicfm.com’s take on the news is unlikely to have earned the same number of clicks as the MailOnline’s, it still has over 2k shares - and for a very good reason. 

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Classic FM's take on news One Direction are to split

In an article published on the radio station’s website that reads “One Direction split - everything you need to know”, the author, Kyle MacDonald, has instead given fans a one hour seventeen minute video of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No 7 in E minor.

Other than the subhead, which reads “Really, don’t worry about it. Here’s a magnificent Mahler Symphony,” the article lets the Mahler video speak for itself.

And after news that Louis, Liam, Niall and Harry won't be splitting permanently but taking a year-long hiatus to work on solo projects, fans should take heed of Classic FM's advice not to get too upset.

 

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