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Charles Shaughnessy & Lissa Coffey have caught the BUZZ about LIssa's new web series!!

We are buzzing about Lissa Coffey's collaboration with Charles Shaughnessy & David Shaughnessy's Bus Stop 31 Productions.  It's an interactive lifestyle magazine TV show!   It will be available only on the web, combining entertainment and information with the revolutionary Hyperspot Technology of click and buy and click and learn!  It's coming to a computer near you, very soon.

In the meantime, we asked all kinds of folks to help us get the word out and get people excited to CATCH THE BUZZ by making videos and sharing them with their friends.  We will be posting each of the videos here, or you can also find them posted on Charles Shaughnessy's Facebook Fan Page !


Here is a video from David Shaughnessy, Co-Executive Producer on the show, bloopers and all!



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  1. David was awesome in the video and he was great.

    I want to thank David, Lissa and you for making a web show. I'm very excited about this great new web show. Thanks for the hard work and the dedication for making this web show. Awesome job.

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  2. Can't wait to see everything you are doing. Wish it worked on hgtv so I could see places to get the stuff they buy! Keep up the good work.

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  3. Good job! Excited to see some more to come! Keep that buzzing going guys!

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