We put some humor into everything we write for the site
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Aberdeen, WA (PRWEB) November 17, 2006
Television enthusiasts wanting to read the latest information about their favorite shows can now find it at eWebTVWorld.com. The new Website is an innovative online source for news, reviews, and commentaries about a variety of TV shows. It's like the online equivalent of TV Guide--only better.
"Instead of reading about stale reviews about TV shows, they can read fun and entertaining reviews and commentaries without bias," said site owner Jordan Williams, president and CEO of E Industries Inc. "Also, the viewers can watch video from my site instead of reading it in a magazine or paper."
eWeb TV World is a premium online TV show magazine that gives visitors the inside scoop on some the hottest shows on television. The site offers reviews and comments in more than a dozen categories. Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica are popular with site users, as are crime dramas like CSI, Law & Order and Numbers. RSS feeds provide ongoing access to juicy tidbits about comedy, drama and science fiction shows. In addition, there's a Hot List featuring coverage of popular topics such as:
•Did the Force help to kill Star Trek?
College Looks Good on Veronica Mars
•Greg Gets a fanny smackin'
•Head of the Class?
•Elle's Haircut Demise
The eWeb TV World site offers a fun, unique alternative to consumers. It features elements of humor and personalization that generally aren't found at sites run by big entities like TV Guide. "We put some humor into everything we write for the site," Williams explained. "Also, we have the personal touch; people can leave comments about our articles and we will respond to them."
As a sample of the site's engaging content, here's an excerpt of a recent post about Did the Force help to kill Star Trek? "For the first time in decades, there is no Star Trek on TV. There's talk of a coming movie from JJ Abrams, but that's still speculative. There are constant discussions as to what brought Star Trek down, but one theory growing in popularity is that the big-budget, mega-blockbuster "force" of the recent Star Wars films didn't do Star Trek any favors…And, we're about to explore if the universe is big enough for both TV and film franchises."
In addition to humor and a personalized touch, eWeb TV World offers an inviting, easy-going style. The ultimate goal of the site is to amuse visitors and enhance their television-watching experience. "We want to entertain people and make their day a bit brighter by what they read and see on our site," Williams said.
For more information, about the exciting launch of eWeb TV World, visit http://www.ewebtvworld.com. Or contact Jordan Williams directly at 360-537-6968.