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Blast: Boston’s Online Magazine is sending three reporters to Sundance Film Festival

BOSTON — will send three reporters to Utah later this month to bring the hottest news in film to Blast and Boston.

Entertainment editor Brooklynne Peters, Blast film critic Ned Prickett, and video journalist Melissa Unger will go to the Sundance Film Festival January 21-25. They will send back stories in the forms of writing, photographs, podcasts, and videos.

Blast is very excited to be able to muster the resources to send three reporters across the country. We are especially proud that, as an online magazine, we can do this when many print publications can’t.


Launched at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve 2007,, Blast: Boston’s Online Magazine, has grown like a weed for three years. It is a Generation Y publication focused on young, hip Bostonia with a global vision. Blast covers music, movies, TV, video games, fashion, food, sex, relationships, science, health, technology, and more. The site also covers world, local and national news. According to, Blast is the third most followed online publication in Boston behind and Blast has more than 100 contributing writers, bureaus in New York, Miami and San Diego, and reporters on three continents.

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John Guilfoil is the editor-in-chief of Blast: Boston's Online Magazine and the Blast Magazine Network. He can be reached at [email protected]. Tweet @johnguilfoil.

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