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Kikizo announces Blu-ray website launch.

Kikizo, the online content publisher, has announced expansion plans with the introduction of The new website will offer viewers Blu-ray Disc movie reviews, news and features. Kikizo has launched the site in a bid to target a perceived gap in the online market.

The Adventure Company, a leading UK adventure holiday operator, has launched online adventure travel community My Adventures. The site brings together travellers wishing to share holiday experiences with prospective travellers looking to learn and make decisions on future travel.

Quantasol, the UK solar developer, has brought in EML to promote its profile in the solar technology, semiconductor and business press. EML will use social media to publicise Quantasol's world-record achievements in solar development.

Twitter, the social networking site popular among PR professionals, has closed thousands of accounts in an attempt to reduce spam and rogue profiles. The user database was purged but as yet no genuine accounts seem to have been reported as shut down.

Shiny Media, the UK blog publisher, has gone into administration despite implementing a number of cost-saving efforts in an attempt to save the business. The publishing house was established by the co-founders of Shiny Trends, which created digital agency Shiny Red. Shiny Trends and Shiny Red are unaffected.

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