DIY Network's Interactive Home Building Series "Blog Cabin" is back for the sixth season. It's a popular "crowd sourced" renovation show, launched in 2007.
What makes it different from a number of other such renovation shows is the aspect of interactivity and the audience engagement. Even the shows' "slogan" is "You Design It, We Build It, You Could Win It!" "This is truly a unique experience for our viewers," says Chris Grundy, the host of the show.
The end result of the renovation of an old farmhouse is based on the votes of six million viewers, who all had a say on all aspects of the renovation - kitchen tiles, bathtubs, window treatments and everything related.
"Nowhere else on television can viewers interact with our experts, weigh-in on the renovation and then enter for a chance to win the home they helped design. Our commitment to viewer engagement is what separates DIY Network from everyone else, " Grundy continues.
From August 13, when the sixth season premiered, until September 28, 2012, viewers can participate in the Blog Cabin 2012 giveaway twice a day. For more information about it, go to DIYNetwork.com/BlogCabin.
But that's right, the viewers had a say on how the house will be renovated and the viewers also have the chance to win the house for themselves. This time they are renovating a 3,000 square foot 1880s Cape-style farmhouse in Waldoboro, Maine.
The host of the show is Chris Grundy, also featured in the show areother DIY Network experts such as Desperate Landscapes' Jason Cameron, House Crashers' Josh Temple, Bath Crashers' Matt Muenster, just to mention a few names. Throughout the series, the host Grundy is documenting the transformation of this farmhouse that boasts 450 feet of waterfront property.
DIY Network is available across US on DISH Network Ch. 111 and DIRECTV Ch. 230.
Learn more about the series at DIYNetwork.com/BlogCabin.
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