Hellomagazine.com, the online sister to HELLO! magazine, has signed a new partnership with Telewest Broadband to provide celebrity news headlines on the cable company's blueyonder.co.uk website.
Telewest Broadband's 700,000 blueyonder internet customers now receive rolling celebrity news on the homepage. The headlines will be updated throughout the day, five days a week, covering everything from the Beckhams to Beyoncé.
Tree Elven, website editor for Hellomagazine.com said: "We're delighted to be providing a quality celebrity news service to one of the fastest growing portals in the UK. Our news is upbeat, colourful and full of the froth of life."
The headlines will link directly to stories in the main five sections of Hellomagazine.com - celebrities, actors and actresses; musicians; fashion; models and royalty. You can see the new celebrity news updates at www.blueyonder.co.uk
Chad Raube, director of internet at Telewest Broadband, added: "We're bringing the best content and applications together to help our customers make the most of their internet connection. Who better to bring a touch of glitz to blueyonder.co.uk than Hellomagazine.com."
Hellomagazine.com - David Witcomb/Tree Elven, tel: 00 34 91 702 1338 or email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Telewest Broadband - John Moorwood, tel: 01483 582802 or email: email@example.com
For further information go to http://mediacentre.telewest.co.uk
Notes to Editors
Telewest, the broadband communications and media group, currently passes and markets to 4.7 million homes and provides multi-channel television, telephone and internet services to 1.75 million residential customers.
Telewest Business, the company's business division, supplies broadband communications to the public and private sector markets. Its content division, Flextech, is the BBC's partner in UKTV. Together they are the largest supplier of basic channels to the UK pay-TV market with a portfolio that combines wholly owned and managed channels, including the nine joint venture channels with the BBC.
Published on: 12:00AM on 4th August 2004