Regent Media, a leading digital media company targeting the LGBT consumer, is pleased to announce the launch of the Internet portal SheWired.com, the new destination for women on the web. SheWired.com debuts with a fresh design and exclusive, informative content spanning such topics as pop culture, politics, travel, health and lifestyle. In addition, SheWired.com introduces a dynamic mix of uncensored blogging and video blogging personalities.
“We are thrilled to welcome SheWired.com to the GayWired Media family of sites,” said Paul Colichman, Founder and CEO of GayWired Media’s parent company, Regent Media. “Our Senior Editor, Tracy E. Gilchrist, worked tirelessly over the past several months to secure the best writers and personalities to engage our audience. SheWired.com is now the place for women to visit for a thoughtful and provocative interactive experience.”
SheWired.com proudly continues the GayWired Media tradition of providing smart content from an irreverent point of view. With a host of new voices and opinions, SheWired.com brings users these exciting new columns and features:
-- Cathy DeBuono’s Weekly Vlog “What’s Your Problem?” – The star of “Out at the Wedding” offers her candid opinion on how to deal with the trials and tribulations life serves up on a daily basis.
-- Jill Bennett’s Weekly Vlog “The Violet Underground” – Want to know what’s on Jill’s mind? Check out “The Velvet Underground,” where she’ll feature politics and pop culture as well as exclusive “South of Nowhere” coverage.
-- Staceyann Chin’s Weekly Blog – Poet and activist Staceyann Chin pushes the limits delivering her thoughts on a variety of subjects, including relationships, dating and sex.
-- Gloria Bigelow’s Weekly Blog – A featured star of “Laughing Matters…Next Gen!,” Bigelow brings her own brand of humor to SheWired.com by riffing on the week’s top pop culture and political headlines.
-- Exclusive Interviews and Features – SheWired.com premieres with exclusive interviews with “The L Word’s” Leisha Hailey, the Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray, “All My Children’s” Tamara Bruan and The Veronicas’ Jess Origliasso. Additionally, SheWired.com sits down with D-Listed’s Michael K to discuss the “gayelle” phenomenon.
To read all these hot new columns as well as find the best in news, politics, travel, business and health, log on to www.SheWired.com.