It seems Chevrolet didn't check to see if anyone else was using the same song for the soundtrack to its latest round of Cobalt ads. The Internet phone company Vonage was already using the song "Woo Hoo" when Chevy started airing the ads. Of vourse the music publisher didn't fill Chevy in on it either and points to the non-exclusive contracts as a reason for their omission. Although I'm betting that publisher won't get business from GM ever again.
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