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Throng: NZ's Premier Television Community Website

For Immediate Release:

Introducing Throng: New Zealand's Premier Television Community Website

Throng.co.nz is the latest television website developed over the past two years by the creators of the phenomenal Idolblog.com and StreetTalk.co.nz websites.

Throng provides users with a much awaited space to talk about everything relating to television in New Zealand with users each getting their own blog.

Throng displays shows based on the popularity of the users and is also customised for each user's preferences, making it easy to find the shows they love to watch.

Throng features:

- Video Clips from You Tube

- A comprehensive collection of photos from the Qantas TV Awards

- Regular interviews with New Zealand TV personalities – the latest being TV3's Weather presenter, Toni Marsh

- Recaps, spoilers, news and more


Visit throng.co.nz to discover more.


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