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LEEDS, ENGLAND, 4 September 2009 – A new blog launches today, dedicated to providing regular, thoughtful and exciting updates on a range of entertainment media. The Daily Scoundrel is a one-stop shop for musings on various topics – from film to video games, television to music, and beyond.

Lewis Denby, one of the blog’s four authors, also writes for popular video game publications such as Eurogamer and Gamasutra.  “I’m excited to expand my work into other areas of entertainment,” says Lewis. “I’ve a huge interest in music and film, having studied both in the past, and I feel we all have something interesting and relevant to say on each of the topics we cover.”

Blogging alongside Lewis are local journalist and columnist Michael Sterrett; video game journalist and fiction writer J.D. Richardson; and animator and columnist Daniel Hill.

thedailyscoundrel.com covers not only high-profile bands, games and films, but also lesser known independent artists in the world of entertainment.  Its authors are keen to hear from anyone interested in coverage on the blog, or anyone who would like to suggest items to write about.  The scoundrels can be reached via email at contact[at]thedailyscoundrel.com.

The Daily Scoundrel is partnered with resolution-magazine.co.uk, an alternative video games website to which all four authors contribute.

For more information, please visit thedailyscoundrel.com, or send an email to contact[at]thedailyscoundrel.com.

The Daily Scoundrel is a one-stop shop for musings on various topics – from film to video games, television to music, and beyond.

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