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Michigan.TV new design, new tools to provide unlimited services.

We redesign Michigan.TV to meet our community objectives. What are these objectives, how it will affect our services and remain FREE to use for everyone.

Here's our objectives:

1. make it a friendly user environment, easy for our visitors and members to post blogs, upload photos and videos, sharing comments to blogs, and best of all unlimited service no worries about limits.
2. you can customize your personal page (mypage) using our existing templates or upload your own standard CSS outline.
3. with your "mypage" you have the option to paste your affiliate banner or ad campaign to make money. This is why our community is unique, you use our FREE service to make money. For details, visit community for details.
4. outsource our platform so we can concentrate addressing our members need and marketing to grow our community. Of course, we need your help to promote Michigan.TV to your family and friends.
5. FREE service for unlimited blogs, upload photo and videos.

Please visit and join Michigan.TV New Media Community.
Thank you.


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