Orlando, FL, January 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- One of the first online entertainment magazines for young adults by young adults to hit the internet, TYCP Magazine marks its comeback with a brand new website and fresh staff. Old features such as (Celebrity) Interviews, Behind The Spotlight and Album Reviews are still there, but an influx of new features have been added. The biggest one is Star Tips, in which celebrities and behind-the-scenes talent offer advice to those who are interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. Actresses such as screen veteran Sean Young ("Blade Runner", "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective") and Bai Ling ("Red Corner", "The Crow") are just two of the many that have given advice to the magazine's readers. TYCP Magazine can be viewed online at http://www.official-tycp.com
About TYCP Magazine:
TYCP Magazine was founded on February 1, 1999 by Sha Hartley when she was 15-years old. It originally started out as a celebrity fansite in 1997 called TYCP (Talented & Young Celebrity People), but soon evolved into a publication when she realized that there were no real online entertainment magazines for young people by young adults. Sha hired credible staff members from within the entertainment industry and accepted submissions from contributors, all while making sure to add features not seen on other online sites, including celebrity spotlights, behind-the-scenes features, fan interaction and more. She wanted to keep things clean, so one won't find tabloid rumors and lies anywhere on the site.
Due to all of this, TYCP Magazine became a innovator in online entertainment magazines and a leading site for people aged between 17-30. It has been nominated for various awards, including multiple BT Digital Music Award nominations and has partnered with renowned companies such as PR Newswire and Tribune Media Services.
Sha Hartley, Editor-In-Chief/Founder