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3rd Annual Shortland Street Fan Awards Launched

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Launches 3rd Annual Shortland Street Fan Awards

New Zealand television website has today launched the 3rd Annual Shortland Street Fan Awards.

Fans of New Zealand's longest running drama series are being invited to vote in more than 25 categories ranging from the hottest actor and actress and favourite episode to the best couple and who is most likely to make it in Hollywood.

Voting is open until the 28th of November with the winners being announced on Monday, December 1st, 2008. Preliminary results will be available to media on request on the 17th of November.

Over 20,000 votes were cast during the 2007 awards.

Have your say by voting today in the Shortland Street Fan Awards by going to NZ's TV Watching Community website


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