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Tween entertainment site is clean but commercial.

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Positive Messages

The site refers visitors to iTunes to purchase songs and videos from featured artists. There are also Google Ads and banner ads.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this entertainment site for tweens contains age-appropriate content but is extremely commercial, sending visitors to iTunes to purchase songs and videos by the artists it covers. The site links to's MySpace page and other sites.

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Kid, 11 years old November 7, 2011


Great! I would give it 5 stars but it seems to have too many advertisements, not enough news. Still love it. Great for all ages!
Kid, 10 years old August 7, 2010
heeeeeey i love you

What's it about?

Long-running entertainment site TOMMY2.NET features daily updates on tween favorites like Demi Lovato and American Idol, including news, photos, and interviews. Although the site's main focus is music, there's some coverage of television and film. Visitors will find lots of "industry" info, like who topped the Billboard charts this week or what Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience grossed at the box office. What they won't find is gossip about stars' personal lives.

Is it any good?

Tweens looking for a daily entertainment fix won't be disappointed, and the site deserves credit for keeping its celeb coverage out of TMZ territory. The audio interviews are professional and well-produced, but most of the videos are pretty old. Although tweens probably won't be fazed by all the ads, parents may not appreciate the omnipresent iTunes promotions.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about media coverage of celebrities. What do you think of the interviews on this site? What kinds of topics are OK in interviews, and what should be off-limits? What would you ask your favorite artist if you got a chance to interview him or her?

Website details

  • Genre: Music
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: June 19, 2019

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