Paul Stahura, the founder of Enom and the CEO of Donuts, Inc., which just applied for 307 new gTLD’s, along with Sean Muller the former chief technology officer for eNom and Demand Media, just raised $575,000 of an expected $750,000 for a new venture called iSpot.tv.
Mr. Muller will be the CEO of the new venture.
According to the website, iSpot.Tv, will be a service “Enabling & Measuring Interactions for Brands on TV”.
The company has a Facebook page set up as of June 11th, which say it will “provides social marketing tools and analytics for brands on TV. ”
“It is also a destination site for finding and exploring any actively airing TV commercials.”
In my opinion a really nice boost for the .TV extension, especially in light of the fact that Paul is leading a group seeking 307 more domain name extensions and therefore thinks .Tv will be still relevant in the 1,000+ domain extension world.