Access Granted: Followers Of The Hit FOX Show '24' Help Expand A Wiki Created By Fans, For Fans

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'Wiki 24' surpasses 1,500 article mark, seeks additional contributors as new season begins

Wikia, Inc., the leading source of free content on every topic, today announced that its "Wiki 24" has surpassed the 1,500 article mark. An online community created by the fans, for the fans around the popular Fox television show '24,' The Wiki 24 site ( ) is a place for passionate fans to discuss the latest show developments, easily contribute their take on how the plot is progressing, read and provide episode recaps, and get detailed character information and much more.

Wiki 24 has been translated into three different languages by 'Jack Bauer' fans around the world and includes the 'Situation Room' where users are invited to talk about Wiki 24, ask questions, suggest ways to improve the site, or provide general comments. The 'Situation Room' can be found online at:

If you are a new 24 fan, The Wikia 24 site has detailed information on the first five seasons of the show that is sure to get you up to speed. As season six gets underway this week, 24 fans---new and old---are invited to visit the site and contribute.

About Wikia, Inc.

Since Wikia's launch in November 2004, over 400,000 articles on 2,000 topics have been created and edited by over 65,000 registered users in 45 languages. Wikia hosts a broad selection of television related sites including: Lost at , Family Guy at and Prison Break at

Wikia enables groups to share information, news, stories, media and opinions that fall outside the scope of an encyclopedia. Jimmy Wales and Angela Beesley launched Wikia in 2004 to provide community-based wikis inspired by the model of Wikipedia -- the free, open source encyclopedia founded by Jimmy Wales.

Wikia is committed to openness, inviting anyone to contribute web content. Authors retain their own copyrights and allow others to freely reuse their content under the GNU Free Documentation License, allowing widespread distribution of knowledge and ideas. For additional information, visit:


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