Well as you can see we’ve made a few changes around the place, not only is there a new look, but there’s also a new British focus.
The British community are, and have always been, very important to TV.com and to say thank you for all your input, we’re now turning even more of our attention to you; the top stories are now about UK TV happenings, the listings are British, the community spotlight is regionalised and we're adding more and more UK shows and banners too.
This new regional approach allows us to highlight features, news and TV listings that are more relevant to you--our British users. Fear not though, despite these improvements, you still have complete access to all of the US TV.com content that you know and love.
Without all your input the British community wouldn’t be where it is today, and we hope you continue to let us know what you think of all the developments by leaving your comments below or in this forum thread.
Together, let's build on our already fantastic British community and get everyone involved in moulding the future of TV.com UK. On that point, you should be aware that we are listening to the comments you’ve made so far and we are improving the site accordingly.
Right now, we’re working on giving British users the option to switch to US TV listings, and see which shows the American team are promoting. Don't forget: all US content is still available from the UK site--we're just presenting more UK content, and focussing promotion on stories for UK users and based on UK schedules. PMs have been fixed, additions, deletions and additions can now be made to cast and crew pages, and the reject button is now working for editors.
For a complete list, visit Jaxiecracks' blog--she's updating it regularly to keep you up to date with all of our progression.