With popular culture and entertainment looking so packed, especially especially with the recent success of talent shows, Tuppence Magazine has been launched to talk about what's really unique out there.
Online PR News – 13-July-2010 – – With popular culture and entertainment looking so packed, especially especially with the recent success of talent shows, Tuppence Magazine has been launched to talk about what's really unique out there. Ignoring the average, marginalizing the media choked and slamming the worst, Tuppence sets out to remind everyone about the great pieces of work that can sometimes be overlooked by modern media.
The online magazine is broken down into ten different sections: music, film, TV & radio, computer games, stage, art, food & drink, politics and fashion. With news and reviews on new albums, the latest museum exhibitions, stand-up comedy shows and restaurants, it has something for everyone.
The double-take twist is that not only does Tuppence Magazine publish its own news and reviews, but it also publishes those of its readers if they meet the editors approval.
For example, for the music news section, readers could send in their own interviews with bands, news stories, album, single and EP reviews and live music gig features. This gives the readers a chance to have their own say, shaping what the magazine talks about and putting forward bands that might not have broken into the Tuppence awareness yet.
Additionally, the web magazine is also a great resource for finding out about new entertainment developments like Sony Playstation 4 news, while also discussing things like the election debate or international conservation efforts. Essentially, the site is about bringing people together to pull in the right direction at the right time to change the way things are.