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Televisionary Named One of "20 Entertainment News Twitter Feeds Worth Following"

Televisionary has once again been singled out for praise and I can't help but be chuffed.

Televisionary's twitter feed (which can be found here) has been named one of "20 Entertainment News Twitter Feeds Worth Following" by Nicholas Carlson of Silicon Alley mainstay The Business Insider, joining a list of well-known Twitter personalities like Variety's Anne Thompson, E! Online's Kristin Dos Santos and Natalie Abrams, Zap2it's KorbiGirl, Los Angeles Times Entertainment, Pop Candy, and a host of others.

It is definitely an honor to be included in such highly esteemed company and I'm very thankful to Nicholas and Business Insider for selecting Televisionary's twitter feed to be singled out in such a list.

If you're not following Televisionary's twitter feed, I suggest you do so now as it's proven to be a great way for me to interact with readers of this site and keep you updated on what I'm doing and watching. (Need help getting there? Just click right here, sign up if you're not a member of Twitter, and hit Follow.)

Stay tuned.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Very cool! Televisionary deserves all of the accolades it receives!!!
Anonymous said…
Congrats! Your site is my favorite TV site by far!
Bryan Bennett said…
Congrats. Televisionary is definitely one of my favorite TV blogs and a must read for me after every episode of Lost. See you tomorrow. :-)
Jo said…
Congrats, Jace! I love following your Twitter updates because in addition to the television news and reviews, your foodie commentary is an added bonus. :)
Anonymous said…
Congrats, Jace! Your 900+ followers seem to think you're doing something right! :)
TVBlogster said…
As one of those Twitter followers, I enjoy your Tweets. Congrats!

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