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TechCrunch Editor Sells Clothes Off Her Back for Charity - Posted April 30, 2012
Alexia Tsotsis, full-time TechCruch editor and part-time fashionista, is parting with a chunk of her wardrobe to benefit the nonprofit Charity:Water. In partnership with online consignment shop ... [GalleyCat]

TechCrunch Editor Sells Clothes Off Her Back for Charity - Posted April 30, 2012
Alexia Tsotsis, full-time TechCruch editor and part-time fashionista, is parting with a chunk of her wardrobe to benefit the nonprofit Charity:Water. In partnership with online consignment shop ... [FishbowlLA]

Paul Carr Reveals NSFW Corp Publishing Plans - Posted October 14, 2011
The post-TechCrunch cat is out of the bag with regards to Paul Carr, courtesy of his former workmate Alexia Tsotsis. Respond... [FishbowlLA]

Las Vegas Start-Up Stonewalls Former Colleague - Posted September 27, 2011
San Francisco based TechCrunch writer Alexia Tsotsis (pictured) has a funny item about her efforts to find out the na... [FishbowlLA]

Publicist Request Leads to AOL Drama - Posted March 16, 2011
TechCrunch's Alexia Tsotsis wrote a post about a Facebook game tied to Jake Gyllenhaal's new flick The Source Code. ... [AgencySpy]

Moviefone Defends Asking TechCrunch Writer to Appease Movie Studio by Altering Story - Posted March 16, 2011
We might never have noticed Alexia Tsotsis' post on AOL's TechCrunch about marketing strategy for the film The Source Code if a publicist at Summit Pictures hadn't tried to dictate editorial content. But they did. Said publicist complained about the "snarky" post to the employee at AOL's Moviefone, who had connected Tsotsis... [FishbowlLA]

Best Press Release Ever? - Posted January 13, 2011
One public relations issued what they claim to be the "most amazing press release ever written" yesterday, in what we assume was an attempt to bait PRNewser and our counterparts in to a writing a blog post. We didn't have time but TechCrunch did, and Chicago-based boutique PitchPoint Pub... [PRNewser]

Alexia Tsotsis Leaves LA for SFWeekly - Posted September 28, 2009
Alexia Tsotsis is headed north to the Bay Area. From her blog: Yes, the rumors are true. I am moving to San Francisco to become web editor of the S.F.Weekly, which, much like the L.A. Weekly is part of a group of websites known as ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Observed Celebrates 6 Years - Posted June 1, 2009
We made it to the rooftop party at the Formosa this past Friday to celebrate the six year anniversary of popular media blog LA Observed. That's over 12,000 posts, according to LAO creator Kevin Roderick (or K-Rod, as we like to call him)(Not to his face). There were a gajillion people... [FishbowlLA]

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