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Big TV networks are enthusiastic about .tv

I would like to share this article initiated by michaeldotcom from namepros regarding latest trends in .TV domain extension.

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Big TV networks are getting more and more enthusiastic about the .tv extension. They're developing and promoting more .tv sites than ever before.

We all know that the value of .tv domains in the future really depends on .tv awareness. The more average Internet users will be aware and used to going to .tv sites, the more type-in traffic .tv domains will get and the more valuable they will become.

Because of their massive advertising budgets and because of the amount of time average people spend in front of TV everyday, it will be key to watch how much those big TV networks invest in .tv in the future and how many .tv sites they will develop and promote.

I've tried to start a list of some of the .tv sites that have been developed and promoted by big TV networks, both in the US and the UK.

If you notice other .tv sites developed and promoted by big TV networks now and in the future, it would be great if you could add them to this thread. They could be either TV channels or specific TV shows from these big networks.

ABC

http://www.ktka.tv
http://www.macon.tv
http://www.nebraska.tv
http://www.spokane.tv

CBS

http://www.2news.tv
http://www.cbs19.tv
http://www.cbs47.tv
http://www.cbscares.tv
http://www.kgwn.tv
http://www.wabi.tv

FOX

http://www.fox417.tv
http://www.foxcharlotte.tv
http://www.foxsoccer.tv

NBC

http://www.nbc4.tv

TIME WARNER

http://www.cnn.tv
http://www.tnt.tv
http://www.oc16.tv

MTV

http://www.mtv.tv

VIACOM

http://www.acceptable.tv
http://www.bestweekever.tv
http://www.immaturity.tv
http://www.webjunk.tv

DISNEY

http://www.jetix.tv
http://www.disneychannel.tv (Sweden)

ESPN

http://www.espn.tv
http://www.cricinfo.tv

MGM

http://www.canalmgm.tv (Spanish)

BBC

http://www.ceefax.tv

ITV (UK)

http://www.itvlocal.tv
http://www.gm.tv
http://www.u.tv
http://www.xfactor.tv

CHANNEL 5 (UK)

http://www.five.tv

And this listed added by dreamscometrue
NBC

www.LX.TV ($10+ million acquisition)

CITY OWNED:

www.Modesto.TV
www.OklahomaCity.TV
www.ChulaVista.TV
www.Glendale.TV
www.Anaheim.TV
www.CoralSprings.TV

LandmarkCommunications.com/*Chris Kouba (VP of Interactive)

Roanoke.com
Hampton.TV
HamptonRoads.TV
Baltimore.TV
Richmond.TV
Virginia.TV*
Seattle.TV*
LittleRock.TV*
Memphis.TV*
Atlanta.TV*
Buffalo.TV*
Syracuse.TV*
Tampa.TV*
Norfolk.TV*

Pappas Telecasting Companies

Nebraska.TV

Social Networking:
Justin.TV
i.TV

Washington DC:
ComcastSportsNet.TV

Philippines:
Channel 7
20090425 iGMA.TV by EM @ KING.NET
20090425 EatBulaga.TV by EM @ KING.NET

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To all readers, if you find any live and active .TV website in your area. Please post it here with the following format.

Date: Website Name: Submitted by:

For example, I found this cool website Michigan.TV so the submission will be
20090425 Michigan.TV by EM @ KING.NET

I will check the website if live or not, before adding to the master list.
So we can give credit and say thank you.

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