HomeTheaterReview.com Tops 700k Monthly Readers and Hires Writer Brent Butterworth

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HTR-Google-704k.jpgWest Los Angeles, CA - January 23, 2014 - HomeTheaterReview.com, the leading specialty audio-video and home theater publication in the world, just passed the 700,000 reader mark today, according to Google Analytics. This is an increase from a 2013 seasonal monthly high of 420,000 in January of 2013.

In addition to breaking a major readership plateau, HomeTheaterReview.com has added Brent Butterworth (a veteran of Sound + Vision, Home Entertainment and Home Theater Magazine) to its growing stable of highly respected writers. HomeTheaterReview.com's readership surge comes in the first year with Adrienne Maxwell as editor and after the hiring of many of the industry's top writers, including Dennis Burger, Darryl Wilkinson, and Steven Stone.

BrentButterworth-HomeTheaterReview.jpg"700,000 is a major readership mark for HomeTheaterReview.com, and the numbers seem to keep going up at this time of the year, especially with the Super Bowl right around the corner," says HomeTheaterReview.com publisher Jerry Del Colliano. "The readership dividends from investing in a top-level editor and writing staff are meaningful. It could be argued that HTR today has one of the best editorial staffs ever assembled, while bringing our content to our readers at absolutely no cost to them. The addition of Brent Butterworth gives even more value to our readers, which is always our top priority."

Brent Butterworth's first review for HomeTheaterReview.com is of the Revel Performa3 F208 loudspeakers. His HomeTheaterReview.com bio and associated equipment can be found here.

For more information, contact Jerry Del Colliano at 310.860.9988 or Jerry@HomeTheaterReview.com.


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