Tilly Rivers

Press Release

by Tilly Rivers

 - Sat, Jun 21 2008

Immediate release media

 

http://immediatereleasemedia.blogspot.com

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Press Release

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Announcing the new entertainment and lifestyle editor for immediate release media

new york city, ny:  With the rapid growth of Immediate Release Media’s new Ezine version of the IRM magazine, the company found itself in need of an Entertainment and Lifestyles Editor.

 

IRM is pleased to announce the appointment of Tilly Rivers to the position of Editor of the entertainment and lifestyle sectors of the magazine.  Ms. Rivers comes to us with an impressive pedigree regarding the entertainment arena.  Her experience and knowledge will be an asset to the organization.

 

Ms. Rivers’ responsibilities at IRM will relate directly to the functions of the Entertainment and Lifestyle way of life, offering news and products that cater to the whole person.  Bringing readers event calendars, news on music and entertainment, as well as book reviews.

 

Everyone likes entertainment, and entertainment and lifestyle so often go hand-in-hand. Therefore, it makes sense to get your entertainment news in the same place you get lifestyle gossip. 

 

I know you will join me in welcoming Tilly to IRM (Immediate Release Media) and will continue to give her your support by reading her contributions to the magazine. Tilly is continuing her role as the food critic for IRM.

 

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