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2010-10-18 08:00:00

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- RockYou today announced the appointment of Jonathan Knight, former executive at Electronic Arts and Activision, as Senior Vice President of RockYou Games. With over fifteen years of experience producing and directing games, Knight has been a major contributor to leading franchises like Star Trek, Quake, Wolfenstein, and The Simpsons. At EA's Maxis Studio, he produced several expansion packs to The Sims (the most successful PC game in history),...

2008-09-09 18:00:20

VH1 has announced plans to air a new 90-minute live special called "New Kids on the Block: A Behind The Music Special Event" later this month. The program, featuring all five original members of the recently reunited 1990s boy band, is to premiere Sept. 28. "The New Kids On The Block generated tremendous passion and loyalty around the world the minute that their first song and video debuted. That excitement has quickly rekindled as the band embarks on a giant reunion tour in support of a...

2008-09-09 18:00:19

The return of the New Kids on the Block will get the VH1 "Behind The Music" treatment - only this time, the gossipy rise-and- fallfest will be broadcast live from Boston! According to Perez Hilton, the music channel is planning to air a 90-minute special called "New Kids On The Block: A Behind The Music Special Event" at 8 p.m. Sept. 28 as Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntyre, Danny Wood and Jordan and Jonathan Knight take the stage at the TD Banknorth Garden. It will be VH1's first "Behind the...

2008-09-08 18:00:00

NEW YORK, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- VH1 will celebrate the return of the 90's pop supergroup New Kids On The Block with a first-of-its-kind Behind the Music live event. "New Kids on the Block: A Behind The Music Special Event" will premiere on September 28 at 8PM* and will celebrate the history of the pop phenomenon while also documenting their inspired 2008 reunion in their own words through new interviews with the band, rare archival images and modern day verite footage shot by the band...

2008-08-29 03:00:36

By Rick Fulton THEY may not be very new any more and are three decades from being children but New Kids On The Block are back and causing quite a stir. Sinking their own cash into the comeback is already paying dividends for the group, who, back in the Eighties, kick-started the rise of boybands began by The Monkees in the Sixties and reaching a peak in the Nineties with Take That, Boyzone, BackstreetBoys and *NSYNC. Two weeks after announcing their first US arena tour in nearly 15...

2008-08-21 00:00:26

By Sanjida O'Connell From bats and badgers to snakes and owls, you don't need to go far to see animals up-close - you just need a tent. By Sanjida O'Connell The Americans have come up with one of the ugliest words to describe holidaying at home - a "staycation". But as the credit crunch starts to bite, more of us are choosing to stay put. The upside of forgoing trips to Marbella, Majorca and Malawi is that we have beautiful countryside and superb wildlife on our doorstep, and one of the...

2008-08-12 00:00:29

The U.S. pop group New Kids on the Block is to release its first new album in nearly 15 years next month, Interscope Records said Monday. "The Block" is set to drop Sept. 2, the label said. Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood, and Jordan and Jonathan Knight -- the original five members of the 1990s phenomenon NKOTB -- recently reunited to record the new album and are planning to go on tour to support it. The CD will feature the group's latest hit single, "Summertime," as well as...


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