Los Angeles, CA, September 12, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Dork.tv proudly announces the launch of a new entertainment site at www.Dork.tv, which allows users to contribute funny pictures, videos, games, and jokes to share with site visitors. Dork.tv takes full advantage of recent trends in viral marketing by allowing users not only to send funny jokes and more to their friends, but by also allowing them to copy and paste code to their own websites to include any funny material found on Dork.tv.
Dork.tv has put together a user-friendly community-style environment, allowing visitors to interact with each other by rating each others’ contributions to the site. The most popular material is featured on the main page of the site, in addition to a random funny quote to catch the eye of casual browsers. A simple registration is required for users to post their own funny content to the site to have it judged by other visitors. Another user-friendly feature is the ability for visitors to subscribe to Dork.tv’s RSS feed to stay on top of the latest funny content to help brighten their day.
With the rapid growth of viral sites like YouTube, www.Dork.tv opted to bring viral features to the comedy corner of the Web, so users can share their favorite funny content with their friends quickly and easily using email, AIM or Yahoo! Messenger. Videos can be downloaded directly to users hard drives, and all funny content on the site has the code available to allow visitors to post their favorite funny videos, games, pictures or jokes to their own websites.
Dork.tv is a comedy-focused website where site visitors can register and upload their own funny videos, jokes, pictures, and even games. Users are able to rate and review all of the content on the site, and the most popular funny contributions are featured on the Dork.tv home page. All content can be shared with users’ friends via instant messengers or email, and visitors are even invited to take advantage of the viral nature of Dork.tv, by copying the code for their favorite videos, pictures, or games to their own websites. Certain content can even be downloaded, including flash, quicktime, 3gp, iPod, and other file formats.
For more information, please visit www.Dork.tv, or contact Mike Gonzalez at 818-634-8912.