First round draw: Graeme Dottv
Ian McCulloch; Anthony Hamilton v Marco Fu; Stephen Maguire v Joe Perry; Mark Williams v Joe Swail; John Higgins v Michael Holt; Barry Hawkins v Fergal O'Brien; Neil Robertson v Ryan Day; Ronnie O'Sullivan v Ding Junhui; Ken Doherty v Mark Allen; Matthew Stevens v Joe Delaney; Steve Davis v John Parrott; Shaun Murphy v Judd Trump; Peter Ebdon v Nigel Bond; Stephen Lee v Mark Selby; Ali Carter v Andy Hicks; Stephen Hendry v David Gilbert.
This ccTLD is a particularly significant country code, as its registration rights were sold by Tuvalu to the dotTV
corporation, which has turned .
Around 170,000 organisations around the world have registered a domain name with the dotTV
company, according to the BBC.
Lots of attention was given to dotTV
, the California-based company that is selling domain names ending with "tv" instead of "com.
Among those present will be DotTV
, a company that has the curious vocation of attributing the "TV" suffix to television companies and others wishing to acquire it for Internet domain names.
- the American organisation which is operating the .
Canadian web firm DotTV
won a bidding war between companies who realised its potential and now intends to cash in by selling the rights to web sites.
TV match the power of the dotTV
extension," said GoDaddy.
The winner was DotTV
, which agreed to pay Tuvalu pounds 30.
differentiates your Web site from other domain name extensions because it quickly tells visitors your site contains visual content," said Go Daddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons.
Further to the press release of November 17, 2000 announcing "Xinnet Obtains Internet Advertising License", advertising contracts have been signed with several customers, including The DotTV
Corporation International and Beijing Runying Network Technology Ltd.
In addition, David Sams, Chairman and CEO of SDI, continues to serve as marketing and distribution consultant to the dotTV
Corporation, where he successfully has converted some 80 tv stations and the entire PAXtv network in the United States from using dot-com to dot-tv.