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The domain name is popular, and thus economically valuable, because it is an abbreviation of the word television. Government of Tuvalu came from royalties from . Management of the top-level Internet domain suffix, . Following Tuvalu being allocated two-letter top-level Internet domain suffix, .
Government of Tuvalu worked with the International Telecommunications Union and established a process to select a management partner for the domain suffix. On 6 August 1998 a licensing agreement was signed with Information. Government of Tuvalu for the . Corporation International, which was established in 1998.
50 million obligation to be paid over 10 years. 1 million payment, Tuvalu was finally able to afford to join the United Nations. Lou Kerner became the first employee of . 100 employees, with offices in Los Angeles, London, and Hong Kong, before being acquired in a nine figure transaction in December, 2001. As of 31 December 2001, The .
Tuvalu sold its equity stake in The . Web address for rich media content. TV” premium names cannot be transferred to another registrar. On 16 March 2010, Sedo announced that it teamed up with Verisign to hold an exclusive auction on 1 April for 115 premium . TV domain names that would carry standard non-premium annual renewals regardless of the closing auction price.