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Televisionary Selected As One of the Best TV Blogs

They like me, they really like me.

Televisionary has been nominated as one of the best TV blogs by Hey Nielsen, a new online entity/social networking site created by (you guessed it!) those fine folks at Nielsen.

The site, which allows users to submit opinions and views on various TV series, films, music, and websites, is currently in beta test mode, so you'll have to register in order to vote and comment on other's opinions.

Once you do register, be sure to vote for Televisionary here and let me know what you what you think of the site by expressing your opinion.

Comments

Brian said…
That's really cool. Congratulations. This is definitely one of the best TV blogs in my opinion.
Anonymous said…
"They like me, they really like me."


What? No thoughts on the war?





Congrats...
Anonymous said…
Awesome!!!

*sniff* I remember way back when you said to me, "I've kind of started writing this tv blog - you wanna see it?"

Now look at you - you're all grown up.
Vance said…
Cool! Congrats!
Anonymous said…
Yay, Jace! If it wasn't for your blog I would waste hours channel surfing!
The CineManiac said…
You Got Spammed!
But Congrats on the award!
Anonymous said…
... in a move that surprised absolutely no one. ;) Glad to hear you're getting proper recognition for your hard work.

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