Videos for mom, made by moms just like you are always fun to watch but finding them all in one place has been difficult. The new MomTV is an online TV Network for moms that combines live shows, live events, webisodes, video product reviews, and video content.
MomTV features videos for mom that are relevant, fun, and entertaining.
One of my favorite features are the live shows on MomTV. While most of the shows feature women, there are a few men who host a live show too.
Last week Sean Roach, a national TV personality and children’s educator, shared about his new ipad app called Sean Draws: Things That Fly. My boys attended the show online with me and were thrilled when Sean took requests from the audience to watch him draw. My boys are huge dinosaur fans and it was incredible to watch Sean draw their favorite, the T-Rex.
While watching the live shows are incredibly fun, they are also usually recorded. If you did not get a chance to see Sean live, you can watch the recording on video.
Reasons to watch a live show on MomTV:
- You can log in easily with Facebook, Twitter, or as a guest.
- A small community of moms come together around a central topic.
- Experts and moms, just like you, are available just for you.
- The speaker(s) can see the live chat and answer your questions directly.
- A wide variety of topics are covered.
You did catch that last part. Right?
Some of the live parties have giveaways. If you have never attended a Twitter party because they seem a little complicated, then the live party with giveaways would be fun for you. Here’s a tip for you: when Maria Bailey is the hostess she gives away amazing prizes.
If you are a blogger who makes videos for mom to educate or entertain, you can easily import your videos from YouTube and provide a new way of promoting your own material. It takes less than a minute to add your content and it is a fun day when your video is a featured video on MomTV. Trust me. A few of mine have been featured!
This is a blogger campaign for MomTV, a brand I already love and use. All opinions are my own. Screenshots from MomTV. Used with permission.