Discussion in 'Dot .TV Discussion' started by *AllThings.tv*, Dec 4, 2006.
Can't believe I didn't think of that, probably the biggest .tv site!
Has this been posted? better.tv
just a few other developed .TV's which I've come across: Open Broadcast Systems and Scottish Television and Blubbr
Came across GardenFork.tv while looking for a video on youtube for repairing my chainsaw.
Toasty.TV (by Quiznos)
Saw it on this parody video ad, which is at the center of a dispute between Quiznos and Burning Man.
I saw it on Linkedin today
muxx.tv - German music channel / portal launched just now
while we're at music channels,
muzo.tv - Polish music channel launched this time last year
4fun.tv - also top player in Poland, 11 years old now
boilerroom.tv - a legend now (my cup of tea), I think never mentioned here
It's a redirect but it's part of their advertising and they are a big they.
Wonder if they know it's something to do with a sinking island.
Hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd is using OverHere.tv for their new interactive “Over Here” music video (powered by Doritos).
*** Not a fan of Rae Sremmurd by any means, FWIW.
I forgot to mention at the West Palm Beach Boat Show last weekend I saw a huge screen which apparently is the type used at concerts and sporting events with big letters below...
Note I did not see any .Net or new TLDs at the event - mostly two and three-word brandable .COMs plus a few four-word .COMs and even several hyphenated .COMs. Boat prices were all over the map but most were between $300k and $2 million with quite a few $5 million to $12 million.
Tok.tv, sport social network that have just raised another 5 Million euros
I saw the site below splashed across a billboard on I-10 yesterday while cruising through the swamplands between Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
Seems to be a video repository of a Christian preacher's sermons.
SwampLands.Tv is available ....... just saying
livesport.tv - I even signed up there to watch EuroBasket last year
foe.tv is being advertised on tv, for Forge of empires, an app game.
Molotov.tv - French netflix-like service
I like when domain name = brand = is (part of) the logo - it makes marketing so much easier. Integrity and purity of branding/naming.
Caught some buzz yesterday, here in L.A., about Sliver.tv. They just raised $6 Mil for a patented next-gen eSports entertainment platform with 360 VR for gameplay as well as for viewing live and recorded sports.
Sounds cool but not crazy about the name. It says Sliver... but I register and recall Silver.
I noticed the following in the credits of a automotive show I was watching.
Chop Cut Rebuild
(I hope this hasn't been posted before.)
Spotted on TV and in a magazine this week:
Saw this today,
Separate names with a comma.