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80% of U.S. Internet users watch online video*

Did you know that 80% of Internet users in the U.S. watch online video at least a month* ? Online video has reached a mass market phenomenon and continues to explode.
 
With the holiday season quickly approaching, a .tv website is the perfect gift for your family members or friends interested in sharing their videos, photos and other rich media content.
 
.TV is a place where visitors know what they can expect to find:
  • Film, video and animation
  • User-generated content
  • Interactive gaming
  • Portfolios and exhibitions
  • Music broadcasting, sports channels, clips and highlights
  • Education and Training
  • Retail and business promotions

You can create your own website using your .TV or redirect to your existing video social network e.g. RandomPage.com, Friendster.com, MySpace.com, FaceBook.com, etc.

Start registering .TV domain name, visit NeedName.com website.

Reference:

* eMarketer, February 2008

  • NeedName.TV using .TV powered social networking tool.
  • Moscom.com 24x7 Customer Service for domain name registration and hosting services.

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