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19 year old creates notyourtv.com, looks to revolutionize internet TV.

September 17th, 2010 by albertoste


(1888PressRelease) Internet TV has just been taken to a whole different level, with the introduction of www.notyourtv.com. It’s unique setup and extensive content will surely capture the attention of viewers.

Web TV has just gotten a whole different look with www.notyourtv.com. The website integrates quality content with a unique user interface.

Notyourtv’s homepage represents what the site is all about. It has the latest videos in news, technology, sports, and entertainment. It’s organized and centered around a web player. It offers a unique user experience. The homepage also encompasses a neat instant search feature, targeted for the site’s channels and TV shows.

The TV Show’s page on notyourtv is truly amazing. Not only does the site have direct links to almost all episodes, it contains a section of extra footage for each show. It’s a must see for fans.

“Notyourtv is like the ultimate TV channel. We have the news, live streaming of big events, sports coverage, and numerous TV shows. Best of all, you watch what you want, when you want. With traditional TV, you tune in to programs at a specific time; it hinders your daily scheduling. At notyourtv.com, you can watch what you want at anytime you want,” said Danny Witters, 19 year old founder of notyourtv.com.

Keep up with all that’s happening at notyourtv on twitter (www.twitter.com/notyourtv) and facebook (www.facebook.com/notyourtv). Notyourtv welcomes any comments and suggestions.

For more information, visit www.notyourtv.com.

Source:
https://www.1888pressrelease.com/19-year-old-creates-notyourtv-com-looks-to-revolutionize-in-pr-241589.html

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