Denver Gets Ego, Canada Goes Social, Merv Griffin Dies, Caveman Loses



- The Denver Egoist hopes to "promote creative growth in Denver" while at the same time admitting Denver is "conceptually stunted."

- Muchmor Media, an independent Canadian web publisher, has launched a social network for naturalized Canadians and the 270,000 newcomers who arrive in Canada every year.

- Cynopsis reports Merv Griffin, creator and producer of game show hits Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, died yesterday. He was 82.

- As if some sort of shocking news, Advertising Age reports insurers are shying away from advertising on the Geico-inspired ABC show Caveman. Apparently, there are no industries other than insurance who advertise on TV.

- The Hispanic quinceanara has spawned yet another medium, Hearst Magazine's

- ASS2.0 launches in Buttfuck, Arkansas to "concentrate on the development of strategies aimed at getting back at people who have maligned" the characters of Britney Spears, Sean Womak and Julie Rhoem.

by Steve Hall    Aug-13-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Celebrity, Social, Television, Weblogs   

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