How It Works

It’s simple!  You’ve always wanted to be on television. Right? Now you can do it in a few easy steps. You already have the idea, now let’s broadcast it to a global audience. Sounds good?

Unlike other video broadcasting platforms, we don’t just air your content on television (not web based) we also work for you. We’re your marketing team. We offer marketing support i.e, press release writing, social media marketing, television spots and more.  Ask us how.  YouTube was never like this.

Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s answer the question: How does it work?


Step #1: Become A Member

Select the video membership that best meets your marketing and branding goal(s).

*Select Basic Membership: For optimal exposure and branding


Step #2: Develop Video Content

Determine the topic of your video or video series. Develop an outline:

  • Video Intro – Overview of the topic, problem, show….
  • 2 to 3 Bullet Points – Cover the topic for viewers
  • Closing – Provide a solution(s)
    • That’s your 10 to 15 minute television segment!
      Feel free to submit pre-recorded content to air on iDefine TV.


Step #3: Record Your Video Project

For the DIY (do it yourself) member, record video. It doesn’t have to be Sony Studios quality, however it must represent your brand as well as the iDefine TV brand.
We review all video submissions to ensure you look good. You’re not comfortable doing it yourself, then you can enlist the help of a professional videographer to capture your idea or project on video.

Step #4: Submit Video Project To Air

Log into the member’s area to submit your project. Simply complete the project form and upload video and graphics. During this step you will determine which iDefine TV channel your video is best suited for, ie., Business, Health & Wellness, Music, Film, Comedy, Atlanta and so forth. The complete list is available during submission process.


Once video(s) have been approved let us take care of the heavy stuff, then the video(s) will go live. It takes between 3 to 5 days to before  your video actually airs on the iDefine TV network. 


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