BloodCopy Leaves The Gawker Network

Filed as News on June 18, 2009 1:44 am

The BloodCopy ad campaign, which put the True Blood promotional blog BloodCopy within the Gawker Media network and caused quite the ruckus, it now over. That means that BloodCopy has left the network, and is now a half-decently hacked Kubrick-based WordPress blog. Better yet, they left the network in character:

Effective at Sundown today, I’m taking back control of Bloodcopy and leaving the Gawker network.

Probably for the better.

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