Korgi Releases v1.2.1!

A Welsh Corgi sits on top of a wooden desk in a newsroom, with two monitors behind it.

KORGIVILLE—We're learning from Korgi HQ that the infamous "Pop-Up Blocker" for new boards has been vanquished by Super Korgi. New boards immediately open in new tabs. Light content and design updates round out our report.

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DMA is a veteran entertainment and tech executive and strategic consultant. She is the author of Write It, Pitch It, Sell Your Screenplay and The Show Starter Reality TV Made Simple System, both taught in media programs nationwide. DMA is a career-long member of the Producers Guild, TV Academy and American Mensa and is the founder of Korgi, digital "superboards" with the templates, training and tools you (and your team) need to succeed.
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