Cross.tv

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cross.tv
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Type Private
Founded Vienna, Austria
Headquarters Vienna, Austria
Area served Worldwide
Founder(s) Andreas Kisslinger
Stefan Jager
Website http://www.cross.tv
Type of site Social network service
Registration Required
Users 450,000[1]
Available in Multilingual
Launched 2008
Current status Active

Cross.tv is a Christian social networking website, similar to facebook and myspace.[2] It was founded by Andreas Kisslinger and Stefan Jager in 2008/2009 under the parent company Cross:media group.[3] Cross.tv's values and moral standards provide a family-friendly online network featuring various media sharing functionalities. The site provides users with facilities to upload and share pictures, audios, and videos; and is currently available in over 30 languages.

Users can also write blogs and create forums in this multi-lingual supportive website. By 2011, the site had roughly 450,000 members. In 2010 the Web Marketing Association WebAwards recognized it with the award For Outstanding Achievement in Web Development.[4]

Conception[edit]

Cross.tv is founded on the belief that today’s communication technologies are a gift from God to his children in order to enable them to fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.[5]

Awards[edit]

  • 2010 WebAward For Outstanding Achievement in Web Development.[6]
  • Silver Telly Award for the commercial "My.Space.Book.Flick.Tube"[7]

References[edit]

www.buddychristians.com