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TV.com
TV.com logo.png
Type of site
Entertainment
OwnerCBS Interactive
(CBS Corporation)
Websitetv.com
CommercialYes
RegistrationOptional
LaunchedJune 1, 2005; 13 years ago (2005-06-01)[1]
Current statusActive

TV.com is a website owned by CBS Interactive (CBS Corporation).[2] The site covers television and focuses on English-language shows made or broadcast in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom. It emphasizes user-generated content. Australia and UK versions of the website are also available, at au.tv.com and uk.tv.com, respectively.

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- Today! - 100% free TV. - With this thing. (bell rings, electronic chime music) Hi, I'm the YouTube Deal Guy, Matt Granite. - And I'm Dominique. - A precious job shadow that we keep bringing back because you apparently love her. I do too. We find huge deals every day. None of these items are paid products. I don't make a dime of commission off of anything I'm showing you. And today's deal claims it's your key to 100% free, 100 HD channels. - It was amazing to test and it really did work, but I didn't get 100 channels for free. - Neither did I, and there are some reviews of this item online that are absolutely horrible. We noticed a couple of things. First of all, I found the best deal in the country on this. Second of all, you need the better cable kit, a lot of these are selling really inferior products. This is a 100% made in the U. S. A. deal, which is great. It does replace your antenna, but if you're not someone that does well with an antenna, this is probably not for you. But good news! - We are giving this away for free for subscribers to test. - And, I have a solution to get you 100 channels in HD for free, revisiting one of our favorite free resources, which is also located right under this video screen. Before the giveaway, the Magic Stick deal I have found which is the best price in the country gets you zero dollar in monthly television bills, 60 mile range, it is weatherproof, so you can use it inside or out, great from homes, boats, camping, and dorm rooms. And unlike competing packaged sales today, the version I found is the new one, made in the U. S. A., and includes the longer cables than the competing offers. Found a two-pack for under $35 with free shipping located right under this video window. Now I should mention, we're about 100 feet away from our nearest window, and in my hands the Magic Stick and the cable included with this particular item. So, I'm gonna just simply put the coax cable into the bottom of the Magic Stick, which is gonna serve as the antenna. Then I'm gonna bring you around to the back of the TV. Here is the Magic Stick and I'm gonna just simply push this up against the wall, so it is in an upright position. But again, this could be hidden, this could be something that you use even outside with the amount of coax cable you have available. Magic Stick now ready to rock, and on a very average TV in terms of resolution, the channels look pretty good. You are not gonna get 100 channels. And some channels look better than others, but I will tell you I have right now, at least 30 channels that it's picking up. Not all in perfect resolution, but to have gone from nothing to something, this is pretty impressive. - What I like about this is I can cut the cord to my cable and still receive channels. For example, the channels behind me. Since I cannot pay for cable, I cannot afford DISH, this is something that I can use for college. - And I don't wanna pay for it, even though I can barely afford it. So this is a great grab, depending on your proximity to your broadcast centers. Now, let me show you my favorite resource, which we actually tested recently that I continue to use. - Best free sites ever! - Now, I have profiled Pluto TV in the past. What I have today other than an App update, is a completely different App that will lock in free TV, the largest collection of free TV and movies anywhere. A download that you can enjoy for free on Apple, Android, and through Amazon Fire TV. Now, let's switch over to tubi TV, I wanna show you how quickly this loads a movie, Tintin for example. In real time, this is how long it takes to get an HD movie on my screen. Another cool feature is on the side bar. If you so choose, you can leave a comment, there are some social media features, which is just a nice touch. And now, Tintin is now playing on my laptop. No logging in, with just a basic internet connection I am able to enjoy this and directly beside on our Samsung right now, we have other programming playing, absolutely free from the same source. The App interface actually spectacular in my opinion, very similar to what you might see on Hulu or Netflix. In fact, they even have a category of programming not available on Netflix, and a nice list of movies. all ad-supported, of course. And really interesting what you can get and how quickly you can enjoy programming. This is a full, live test right now, and we didn't even get an ad with this particular movie, which is amazing and similar to Netflix or Hulu, you get an ad to cue, so you could press that and keep all of your programming saved. If we were to scroll to the TV comedy category right now, you get a really nice selection. Now obviously, this is not the newest, most amazing, brand-new programming. But for those of us that don't wanna pay cable, a great way to keep entertained on a dime. For those of you that want more of a television-like experience, the interface and guide that you find with Pluto TV, a little bit more TV-like, similar to what you might find with Sling TV or another program. This is more on-demand, fewer ads in our experience and yes, you get news programming. Pluto TV a little bit more news focused, you get Bloomberg TV, NBC News, Business News, other programming that you can of course enjoy, in both horizontal and vertical formats. - Yeah, I can't even tell you how much I love those sites, and all the content is legal. - And you should not be doing illegal things at your age, Dominique, or at any age, actually. That sounded completely wrong, but you know what I mean. Dominique, do you know what time it is right now? - Giveaway time! - Oh yeah, using Two Buddies' Random Selection Tool to find a subscriber who's commented in the last six months, congratulations goes to Gayle, we love your comments and we love that you love Dominique, we do too. Just email support@mattsdailydeals.com for your freebie. And anyone watching right now, make sure you have your YouTube Notifications turned on, so you never miss a giveaway. We have free iPads coming up. Oh yeah, you won. What is that, a wand? - Yeah. - You're just going to go like this while I give all the effort to the dance. - Yeah. - Dominique come on, we've got people watching, they're ready for you. - Okay fine. - You won! - You won, congratulations! - There we go, you really did redeem yourself. - Yeah. - And a reminder, no you're good, you're fantastic, and so are you for watching. We've got more huge deals right around the corner. - If you're not yet subscribed, what are you waiting for? Subscribe! - I feel the same way, I wanna hook you up with freebies, I wanna save you money, and you get to see more of that face once in a while. Wanna win an awesome item I test for free? It's simple, subscribe. To turn your Notifications on a desktop, it looks like this. Once your Notifications are turned on for your desktop, or on a Mobile platform where it looks like this. If you hear me call your name, you get that item delivered to you for free. And for those of you that wanna buy any of my hot deals, expand the Description Box right under the video window, all the links you need are right there. (upbeat music fanfare)

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History

CNET originally acquired the domain name (among other generic domain names like news.com, radio.com, etc.) in the mid-1990s to host a website for the company's technology-related TV shows. One of these shows was titled TV.com. The program, highlighting the best of the Internet for new and casual computer users, aired in U.S. syndication.[citation needed]

In the mid-2000s, CNET acquired TV Tome, a fan-run television database.[3] TV.com was launched a few months after that acquisition on June 1, 2005.[4] Many of the features and content from the original TV Tome site were maintained in the new TV.com site.[citation needed]

On May 15, 2008, CBS formally announced its purchase of CNET Networks,[5] and the company changed its name to CBS Interactive.

TV.com continually looked at innovating the television-viewing experience by incorporating it with technology, as seen with the creation of WatchList.[6] This service offered personalized TV listings influenced by user actions and social media, which eventually carried over to the creation of TV.com Relay.[citation needed]

TV Tome

TV Tome
TV Tome logo.png
Type of site
Entertainment
OwnerCNET Networks, Inc. (now part of CBS Interactive)
Created byJohn Nestoriak III
Websitewww.tvtome.com(defunct)
CommercialYes
RegistrationOptional
LaunchedJune 2000
Current statusDefunct

TV Tome was an American website devoted to documenting English-language television shows and their production. It was run by volunteer editors, with the assistance of user contributions. The site was founded by John Nestoriak III.

The site had over 2,500 complete television series guides, over 3,500 developing television series guides, and filmographies for 250,000 actors and crew members moderated by a five-member crew. In addition to the television series guides, TV Tome had a forum for each television series, with information regarding episodes, their interpretation, and general discussions.

A spin-off site, Movie Tome, was established in August 2003. A video game tome and a music tome were originally planned as well, but such plans were abandoned with the purchase of TV Tome and Movie Tome by CNET (see below).

On April 22, 2005, TV Tome officially announced its acquisition by CNET.[3] CNET reportedly bought TV Tome for US$5 million in January 2005.[citation needed] CNET announced plans to relocate the site to its TV.com domain, which was acquired in 1996 for use in conjunction with the short-lived syndicated television series of the same name. A preliminary version of the new site launched on June 1, 2005 and on June 13, 2005, the site was permanently redirected to TV.com with an entirely new layout.

Features

TV.com provides show descriptions, cast and crew listings, full episodes, clip length videos, discussion forums and detailed episode guides for many shows. Episode guides may include synopsis information, a recap, credits, notes, trivia, quotes, and images provided by the networks. All textual information in the guides is user-generated.

Users earn points for participating. After a user earns a certain number of points, s/he becomes an editor for the guide and can moderate user submissions.

The site provides actor guides that include actor bios, credits, trivia, and quotes, images, forums and related news. Like show pages, users can become editors for these guides after earning points by providing sourced content.

In addition to its user-generated database of television information, TV.com creates original editorial content and special features for noteworthy television events, such as Comic-Con, season finales award shows, upfronts and holiday TV.

Mobile app

The site's mobile application[7] allows users to stream video content, including clips and full length episodes, directly to their device.[citation needed]

Relay

TV.com Relay is a social television check-in application that is available via mobile networks and web.[8] Users can check into shows they are watching, see what their friends are watching, participate in discussions and earn badges.

References

  1. ^ "TV.com WHOIS, DNS, & Domain Info - DomainTools". WHOIS. Retrieved 2016-08-09.
  2. ^ "All Brands". CBS Interactive. Archived from the original on 2009-05-21. Retrieved 2016-02-11.
  3. ^ a b Pasiuk, Laurie (2006). Vault Guide to the Top Internet Industry Employers. Vault.com. ISBN 978-1-5813-1384-0.
  4. ^ Staci D. Kramer @sdkstl (2005-06-02). "CNET Launches TV.com | paidContent". Web.archive.org. Archived from the original on May 11, 2011. Retrieved 2016-02-16.
  5. ^ Wong, Jon (2008-05-15). "CBS to buy CNET Networks - CNET". News.cnet.com. Retrieved 2016-02-11.
  6. ^ Christina Warren (2009-09-30). "TV.com Launches WatchList: TV Guide for the Social Media Era". Mashable.com. Retrieved 2016-02-11.
  7. ^ "Connecting to the iTunes Store". Itunes.apple.com. Retrieved 2016-02-11.
  8. ^ "Relay and TV.com Join Social TV Race [492] | Archives - TV App Market". Appmarket.tv. 2010-08-12. Archived from the original on 2010-11-02. Retrieved 2016-02-11.

External links

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