Best Entertainment/Cultural Blog of 2007

Posted: February 1, 2008 by John Klein in results
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Best Entertainment/Cultural Blog

Presenting the award is Jon Arnold. He was among the victorious bloggers on the Test The Nation broadcast Jan. 20, 2008.

1. Mike’s Bloggity Blog Blob

CBA 1st entertainment

2. Nag on the Lake

CBA 2nd entertainment

3. Seen Reading

CBA 3rd entertainment

4. Food Court Lunch

5. Juice: Entertainment News With Extra Pulp

Comments
  1. […] So, fourth place in the finals of the Canadian Blog Awards “Best Entertainment/Cultural Blog&#8221…. […]

  2. michaelmorrison says:

    Shut.the.front.door.
    I kinda feel like Mira Sorvino.

  3. saskboy says:

    The next winner won’t be up until very late Eastern Standard Time (unless one of my co-Operators of the awards puts something up before I’m back from work).

  4. saskboy says:

    Well, I was going to post some stats from Round 1 before bed, but WordPress is doing server maintenance. Sorry everyone, I’ll have something ready for Saturday afternoon instead.

  5. balbulican says:

    May I make a suggestion?

    – Decide on a realistic schedule of announcements that you can comfortably stick to – one that allows you ample time to process the material, even if its only one or two per day. – Publish that, and try to stick to it.
    – Have a “coming up next” banner on your home page, with the time and name of the next announcement.

    I love this format, and the guest presenters – excellent idea. But it’s not clear what’s being announced when; checking in, and not having anywhere to look for a “coming up next” announcement, is getting frustrating rather than suspenseful.

  6. saskboy says:

    Good ideas Balbulican. I just wasn’t sure enough what schedule was attainable, and am waiting for a few more videos to shoot before I know if I should announce something or not.

    Next in the queue is Best Religious Blog.

    If stopping in periodically is a problem, might I suggest subscribing via RSS. The cool kids are doing it🙂 so they are notified instantly of new results.

  7. balbulican says:

    I’m not talking about the challenge of stopping in occasionally or setting up an RSS feed, Sask. I’m suggesting…just a suggestion…that structured anticipation can enhance pleasurable suspense, and add to an already excellent round of CBAs – but that apparently random announcements at irregular intervals tend to diminish the level of interest. Just a thought from an event management perspective.

  8. saskboy says:

    I agree, I’m just not sure I have the resources or technologies to set up structured result releases. We can change methods. We could release videos later, but I thought it would make more sense to do them with the announcements, even if it means people don’t know what’s being published a day in advance.

  9. Scott Tribe says:

    Just put up 1 or 2 a day, Sask.. nothing too complicated about that.

  10. redsock says:

    Right!

    … but do Sports and Progressive next!!!

  11. saskboy says:

    A schedule is going up later tonight🙂

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