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Shiny Media Announces 3 New Blogs

Posted By Darren Rowse 23rd of September 2005 Blog Networks 0 Comments

Everyone’s favorite UK Blog Network, Shiny Media, has announced three new blogs.

They describe them as follows:

HDTV UK – High Definition TV will arrive in the UK next year and HDTV UK is the first website to deliver daily updates of the latest HD news, whether it be new HD compatible screens, HD programming or HD ready video recorders.

Pop Junkie – Written by a team of snobbish music obsessives each day PopJunkie serves up a mini review of a great lost pop album. Some are the long lost work of major artists, such as Frank Sinatra’s odd concept album from 1969 Watertown or Cathy Dennis’ Brit Pop album Am I that kind of Girl?. Others are by completely obscure bands whose records were so out of time they now reside untouched in the bargain basement bins.

Trashionista – Trashionista gets to grips with the wonderful world of female fiction. We take an unbiased look at beach reads, bestsellers, new releases and old favourites – and we actually read the books before writing about them. The Trashionista doesn’t believe that ‘chick lit’ is a dirty word – but if a book is trash, we’ll let you know!

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  • Shiny Media… everyone’s favourite blogging company? Not mine, mate. Not after the editor of one of their blogs regularly uses my own not-for-profit blog as an unacknowledged resource. Yes, Shiny have been told, and no, they haven’t done anything about it. It’s not plaigarism, I know, but Blogging 101 is all about providing original ad creative content, no? No. Not on Shiny Media’s Corrieblog.