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Televisionary Named "Must Click" TV Website by Entertainment Weekly

It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy to be recognized.

In a fantastic surprise just in time for Christmas, Televisionary was recently named one of ten "Must Click" television websites by Entertainment Weekly in their Best of 2007 issue, on newsstands now.

Given the fact that I grew up reading Entertainment Weekly (I still have the very first issue, with its lowercase "e" in the title, somewhere at my parents' house), it's an honor to be hand-picked by the magazine for such a distinction, joined by nine fellow TV-oriented websites like Television Without Pity, The Futon Critic, TVgasm, and Brilliant But Cancelled.

To Entertainment Weekly, the many enthusiastic readers who sent me emails after spotting the mention, and the regular visitors to this site, I thank you for your continued support.

I only hope that 2008, which marks the second anniversary of this little blog, brings much impassioned discussion, friendly dialogues, and a swift resolution to the current strike that imperils this entire industry.

Thanks again for reading!


Anonymous said…
Jace, this is such great news! Congratulations on the EW mention. The recognition is long overdue. I come here every morning and it is the perfect way to start my day!
Anonymous said…
Congrats! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year :)
Anonymous said…
Congrats! Well deserved!

I also have the first issue of EW -- I really didn't think it would last. Shows what I know! ;-)
Anonymous said…
Dude that's awesome!!!! Congrats on the Entertainment weekly selection and happy new year!
Anonymous said…
Congratulations Televisionary! Glad to see you're getting the recognition you deserve!
Brian said…
Congratulations Jace!
Anonymous said…
Jace, that is awesome. Congrats. (And I thought I was the only one who saved old copies of EW. Apparently all of us congregate at your blog.)
The CineManiac said…
Congrats! Can't wait to see what the next year brings.
rockauteur said…
congrats!!! can't wait to see what televisionary does in 2008!
Anonymous said…
Don't get a big head now, ya hear?

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