Posts made in March, 2008

Teacher Tube

Posted by on Mar 12, 2008 in General News | 2 comments

WorldTV is now home to over 13,000 channels!

These channels are extremely diverse in content ranging from just plain old fun to the more discerning professional use and (from what we’ve seen so far) everything in between!

We aim to ensure you have as much source content choice as possible through our various supported sites (see image) but would love to hear from you with recommendations for new content sites that we don’t yet support!

For example, a Teacher recently contacted us and requested site “Teacher Tube” be added to our supported sites, thus enabling them to use WorldTV for educational purposes. So we added it!

You can contact us at reception@worldtv.com with your suggestions.

Thanks in advance!

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Tip: Embed your WorldTV Channel in a web page

Posted by on Mar 4, 2008 in Tips for use | 5 comments

ZonatrekIf you have your own website, why not embed your WorldTV Channel in a page on your site? It’s easy to do.

A couple of WorldTV users have already done this – Hi Fashion TV and Zonatrek.

If you do this for your channel, drop us a line… we’ll help promote it!

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Tip: Link your logo to your site or another channel

Posted by on Mar 1, 2008 in Tips for use | 2 comments

A lesser known feature lets you turn your logo into a link. This link can be to any website.

Some people use this to link their channel back to their website. Others are linking one channel to another channel!

While the latter is something we hadn’t thought of, we encourage experimentation at WorldTV, and a logo link is a simple way you can drive traffic to other places.

The way to do it is simple. Go into Channel Settings and look for the Logo section. Here you can enter a web address for your link. You can also specify the text that appears when someone hovers their mouse over your logo. This is called ToolTip text.

(I wonder what someone from the 18th Century reading these instructions would make of them?)

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