Branding Long Island TV

  • Extremely Rare, 2 Letter, Premium, Brandable Geo-Domain Name
  • Long Island Population: 7,500,000+
  • Contains 4 Counties; 2 of which are boroughs of NYC- Queens & Kings (Brooklyn)
  • Longest & Largest Island in the contiguous U.S.
  • 149th Largest Island in the World
  • 17th Most Populous Island in the World
  • Located on the Gold Coast of the North Shore overlooking Long Island Sound
  • The South Shore on the Atlantic Ocean
  • The Hamptons is World-Renowned
  • Home of Montauk Point Lighthouse
  • Nassau County is the 3rd richest county per capita in the nation
  • One of the most densely populated regions in the U.S. Long Island TV… Branding Long Island TV: Class A Website/Internet TV Development Opportunity! … I Love

(LI has multiple meaningful uses: Click Here… LI is also the most popular surname in the world by far Click Here! i.e., China, Korea, etc. ;more importantly, “LI” has a staggering 556 million Google search results: Click Here)

Source: Wikipedia/Long Island

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Emerging Trend: dot-NYC Big City Domain Names

New domain name on Web could mean more revenue for city –

Geo-targeted dotNYC domains can’t miss for local New York City businesses. The Big Apple’s .nyc is coming to an Internet Connected TV , computer, laptop and/or mobile device near you. What are your thoughts?

Naming Rights for New Baseball Stadium: $400 Million

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park (Queens), New York– The record for the highest amount paid for naming rights belongs to the future Citi Field and Barclays Center, both located in New York City. Each garnered deals of $20 million per year for at least 20 years, totaling $400 million. Citi Field is the new New York Mets baseball stadium built adjacent to where the old Shea Stadium was recently torn down earlier this year.- Wikipedia
Naming Rights for NY Mets Citi Field: $400 Million (20 Year Term)

The new $850 million Citi Field stadium will be ready for the upcoming Mets MLB season.

The Barclays Center is a proposed sports arena to be built by 2010 partly on a platform over the Metropolitan Transportation Authority-owned Atlantic Yards at Atlantic Avenue in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It is part of a proposed $3.5 billion sports arena, business and residential complex.- Wikipedia