Metro Mode keeps investing in online TV with new showSandra Beijer. Photo: Press

Metro Mode keeps investing in online TV with new show

Publicerad: 19 November 2015, kl. 8:54

Metro Mode keeps investing resources in its online TV section by launching yet another show.

Adam Jönsson
 

Starting Nov. 19, Metro Mode editor Sandra Beijer will host Sandra Beijers Bokklubb, a four-episode show about books with a love theme.

‘‘I have a big interest in literature and my friends are a big part of my blog. My readers have gotten to know them and I thought it would be a fun idea to combine those things; to have a conversation about books with a love theme with my friends,’’ Beijer is quoted saying in a Thursday press release.

Metro Mode has in the past few months made a big commitment to online TV having launched a number of shows in different segments.

Some of the guests on Sandra Beijers Bokklubb are author Nina Åkestam, blogger and photographer Gustav Broström and blogger Linn Wiberg.

‘‘When we launched the segment Creative with Sandra Beijer earlier in the fall the reason was to provide unwritten content to the audience of Sandra Beijer’s blog. It feels completely right to move it forward with a video format,’’ Hannah Sjöström, publisher Metro Mode, says in the press release.

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