Spreety TV Online announces an easy way to integrate online TV with your web site.
Los Angeles, CA (TransWorldNews) October 18, 2009 -
Wouldn't it be great if most web sites included relevant links to TV shows online? Now there is an easy way to add legal links to top TV shows with Spreety TV Online.
Spreety TV Online is pleased to announce the Open Spreety project, which empowers web sites to include dynamically updating links from the Spreety database into their web sites with a simple script.
The Spreety code generator builds custom scripts for quick insertion into a web site's html. The code generator can deliver visual links via many categories, including Search, Movies, New & Recently Added, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, Action & Adventure, Art & Entertainment, Business, Comedy, Crime, Documentary, Drama & Thriller, Family, Games & Competitions, History, Home & Garden, Horror & Suspense, Kids, Medical, Music & Radio, Mystery, News & Commentary, Reality, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, SciFi & Fantasy, Science, Shopping, Soap Operas, Sports, Superheroes, Talk Shows, Variety, Western, and Youth TV shows.
Display formats are in two sizes: the 670 pixel wide format with show details, and the 93 pixel wide graphic only format to conserve space.
For example, a web site about the 1960's could spice up their site with links to 1960's TV shows. The same is true for genre web sites, like western, science fiction, home & garden, sports, mystery, and more.
Fan sites of TV shows would enjoy the zero maintenance aspect of the online TV links. For example, ABC, NBC, and FOX recently changed their links for watching TV shows, and the Spreety database kept in synch. Certain shows switched from one place to another, like Pushing Daisies (ABC to WB) and Medium (NBC to CBS), and the Spreety database kept in synch.
"This is a win-win for everyone involved", according to Spreety co-founder Ron Laughton. "We created Spreety to educate people about the legal places to watch free TV online, and now we can share through top notch technology."
Training videos and a custom code generator are available at the following link: http://www.spreety.com/Membership-APIs.aspx
If you would like to learn more about free TV online, please visit Spreety TV Online at the http://Spreety.com site.