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Happy Birthday To Us!

Saturday, May 21, 2011 @ 10:05 AM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

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Happy Birthday  to US!Today, this blog  officially turns 3 years old!

It was three years  ago today, when I decided to open this blog.It is hard to believe that  three years have  gone by. When I first opened this site, I had no idea as to what it would become or that I would be doing it three years later. This site means so much to me  and running it  has been a truly rewarding and enriching opportunities, which I never thought I would have. I would have never  imagined that I would have been providing prominent coverage for thousands of readers each month, on a variety of different subject matter!  Thank  YOU  for supporting  us throughout the past year with your  visit and active participation. Indeed, a site has no purpose or future without its valued readers. Your visits mean everything!

Over the past year, the blog  has grown immensely, having gained an increased  recognition throughout the media. We welcomed over 60  000 readers in the past year which  is  nearly ten times the number of visits which the site earned in its first year of operation. We  enhanced our reader –management communication by launching our  new Facebook and Twitter  pages.   Readers can follow the pages to remain up to date on the latest coverage and announcements regarding the blog.  We  have also welcomed a great deal of new, wonderful regular  readers  and have had an increase in discussion throughout the site.

Over the past year, we continued to provide coverage on LOST as the show concluded its sixth and final season,  provided extensive news and media coverage  on the second and final season  of Stargate Universe as well as the fifth season of Little Mosque on the Prairie. We also continued to place   strong emphasis on our coverage of the  pending Stargate films , Stargate Revolution and Stargate Extinction,  which were paced on hold by MGM, until having recently been cancelled. With Stargate Universe having been cancelled and  the possible  developments on  a follow up movie, we launched our SGU Cancellation page to cover such information.

Last June, we  partnered with apple gaming company,  Playsteria to promote its new LOST App GAME, Unlockies . The blog also partnered  with the Stargate Movies Campaign and the SGU Awareness Campaign over the past year to help support the production of the Stargate  films and support the continuation of Stargate Universe!Though we were unsuccesful, we are glad to have supported the initiative and look forward to celebrating the Stargate franchise.

Back in November, the blog was asked by senior producer of Canada AM, Tina Daenzer to help promote the  Canada AM Live event which featured the  SGU  cast in Toronto. As a result of our extensive support of the event, the cast were invited to visit the blog.We   also attended Space’s  SGU Live Event, where we had the rewarding  experienceof  meeeting  the cast  of SGU and provided full coverage on the event!

In December, the blog was sanctioned by the producers of Little Mosque on the Prairie, allowing us to interview the show’s cast. Since then we have interviewed Little Mosque ‘s  Sitara Hewitt, Manoj Sood, Aliza Vellani, Arlene Duncan, Debra McGrath, Neil Crone , Brandon Firla and Sheila McCarthy. We thank each of these cast members for participating  in interviews with us and truly hope they enjoyed the experience as much as we did!

We also  interviewed various SGU  cast members including the show’s Julia Benson and  Patrick  Gilmore. Both of these talented `professionals  provided us with valuable reflections on their time on SGU, their  thoughts on the end of The franchise and its future! Both are thanked for their participation and we extend best wishes for the future.

What plans do we have for year#4?With  Stargate Universe   having  concluded its two year run Stargate franchise having drawn  to a close, we look forward to   providing coverage on  the aftermath of SGU ,  providing tributes,    reflecting  on 17 years of Stargate  through active coverage and discussion ,   and  have already  set interviews   from actors of the Stargate franchise. We  remain committed to our coverage of Stargate  and look forward to keeping the franchise a vital part of the site, while we move  forward in our coverage.

With Little Mosque on the Prairie approaching its  sixth and final season , we will be providing extensive news , media coverage as well a intervuewing the rest of the cast and  various writers from the show.

We also intend on launching coverage on various  new series to  ensure the blog remains current. Readers can expect to   see  coverage on various comedies, such  NBC’s , The Office and The Outsourced. We are also in the   process of  exploring  various new  science fiction series and  may cover certain shows from the genre as well.

We also look forward to increasing  our number of posts, reintroducing our monthly newsletters to enhance reader –management communication and engage  in our continous efforts to increase discussion throughout the blog.

Though our previous plans from last year,  to launch a new self hosted site have been delayed,we are still committed   idea and plan on having  the  site launched later in the summer.  Details regarding the movement will be provided shortly .At our new website we will continue providing  coverage of our current subject matter and have great opportunities  to  expand our variety  and make use of a  wide range   of technological applications.

What would you like to see  on the blog for our fourth year?What changes would you like to seen on the blog  and what additional shows would you like to see  covered?Drop us a line in the comments section or e-mail us at .