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If you haven't already, become a fan of HGTV on Facebook and Twitter.


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I am a fan on facebook, have not mastered the twitter yet. Do you let people volunteer behind the scenes to see how things are done.
I love curb appeal, and would love to work with them. Are you coming to the Las Vegas, NV area soon? I am trying to get a grant with pepsi refrsh to curb appeal the old downtown section of Henderson, NV. Will need volunteers and I want to do the best for the home owners their.
 
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We would encourage you to take a look at the Be On HGTV page on HGTV.com to review the opportunities available on our various programs.


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While I can appreciate HGTV wanting me to be a fan, or Liking HGTV on Facebook, I'm afraid I can't do that until you give me something to like.

And by that, I mean NO MORE HOUSE HUNTERS!!

Bring back shows like Decorating Cents, Sensible Chic, and designers like Sarah Richardson and Karen McAloon.

Read my lips: NO MORE HOURS HUNTERS!! NO MORE PROPERTY VIRGINS!! NO MORE MY FIRST PLACE!!!
 
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If you haven't already, become a fan of HGTV on Facebook and Twitter.
I loved "Sinsibly Chic" {mispelled}
Will they bring it back??
 
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Hi, I'm sorry if I am posting this message incorrectly. I need to post a question, I am new here and I'm not sure if this is the place.
Okay, so what is my question? I am the fonder of a new nonprofit recreational youth center. My problem is the decorating of the center. I desperately need ideas. I want the youth center to look fun and inviting. I recently saw a picture from the Naval Station Mayport, FL- and I wish I knew what material they used to create the columns in the middle of the room and how they painted the floors. Can anyone provide us with any information on how we can decorate our recreational youth center? Any advise, tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 
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It's nice that HGTV is on Facebook but no one is moderating it. 100s of fans are posting questions that no one is answering. Not only that, people are posting spam that has nothing to do with HGTV. If you are going to do something, do it right. To ignore the people that are responsible for the success of your station is disrespectful.
 
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I see postings from Abby but she never answers anything. Why does HGTV no longer have Christmas specials on the day after Thanksgiving? Why does the website no longer list what TV specials are upcoming (if you'll notice, all the specials are old)? I'm beginning to think that HGTV has been taken over by Scrooge and the Grinch.
 
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I see postings from Abby but she never answers anything. Why does HGTV no longer have Christmas specials on the day after Thanksgiving? Why does the website no longer list what TV specials are upcoming (if you'll notice, all the specials are old)? I'm beginning to think that HGTV has been taken over by Scrooge and the Grinch.


It has been posted elsewhere that Abby is long gone from HGTV. These boards are largely not moderated now. If the filter doesn't catch it for having a banned word it will stay up forever. From the looks of it they killed the boards on Foodnetwork. DIY still has boards.


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Sparky, FWIW Food Network never had message boards. I know because if they did I would have been a member long ago. Discovery/TLC got rid of their message boards sometime in 2012. I don't like Facebook for chat about TV programs and stations. You can't appreciate or respond to what anyone has to say for more than 2 minutes before it's gone into the ether. Twitter is even worse for that purpose. But HGTV encourages membership there because they don't care about the fans anymore.
 
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Actually, Food Network did have a message board but there were so many attack posts they killed it.


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Being a fan of HGTV on Facebook and Twitter is fine for the people who enjoy it. But PLEASE keep it off the program. I do not want to see tweets scrolling across the screen while watching a show. It's annoying.
 
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Even though I'm a fan of HGTV since a couple of years, I didn't become a fan of this on Facebook and twitter till now as I kept myself busy on best essay services reviews com so that I can stay away from the addiction of social networking but after seeing your post, I logged in to my accounts again just to become a fan of your pages. Thanks.
 
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