Thrillist Launches Video Series to Help Readers “Pretend You’ve Been There”

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The Thrillist newsletter has introduced a video extension that promises to help its readers "pretend they've been there."

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 2 april 2010

The Thrillist newsletter has introduced a video extension that promises to help its readers “pretend they’ve been there.” The leading mens email – and resource on new restaurants, bars and shops – is producing original short-form video content that gives readers the feeling of having experienced each recommendation firsthand – even if they haven’t been there.  “Pretend You’ve Been There” will be the first in a series of videos shot by Thrillist’s local editors. Each city covered by Thrillist will release one video per week, distributing them within editorial e-mails, as well as on a dedicated site on Thrillist.com.

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