Laudville.com, a cross-media social entertainment site, announced that it is commencing a public beta trial.
According to a release, Laudville enables socially connected users to share reviews and comments about books, movies, music, and television creating a truly multi-dimensional social experience for entertainment fans. Laudville disrupts the entertainment industry's status quo, giving the audience control over its options and a way to find the perfect movie or book.
"I got the idea for Laudville when I myself had trouble figuring out what to watch. Now you can tap into your social graph to see recommendations for all your entertainment media," said Founder Phoebe Scott Volpe. "We all love entertainment, but finding the right movie or TV show, the right book to read, can actually be a bit of a hassle. No one place does it all. Finally, there's a simple way to see what your friends like and let their tastes guide you."
Laudville noted that it is a web application soon to be available for mobilefor adults and teens that enjoy movies, books, music and TV. In particular, Laudville is engaging with people who like to share their opinions and find it helpful to see others' tastes. A free service that earns affiliate revenue, Laudville is like that first glimpse of a blind date's bookshelf or iPod or a peek at a teenager's fan posters, giving insight into the content consumers love. By tapping into the power of social opinions, Laudville takes the guesswork and uncertainty out of selecting the right entertainment option. Laudville.com is the first app that lets consumers showcase and share entertainment favorites in one place the single place to be entertained in any medium.
The company is harnessing the evolution of the consumer. Today's audience for books, movies, music, games and TV behaves in radically different ways from that of even a few years ago. It's socially connected and open to experiencing entertainment in different venues and modes of consumption. The entertainment industry is only starting to catch on that everything has changed. Laudville lets audiences discover new entertainment and share entertainment tastes.
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