The worlds first virtual television network – making stars of avatars.
Treet TV is an entertainment network that serves virtual worlds viewers and producers. Established in March 2007, Treet TV uses a collaborative production model which has resulted in more than 3000 hours of broadcast quality content, all targeting the emerging phenomenon of virtual living. We work with talented people located all around the world who are creating events in Second Life, from fashion shows, to sporting contests and music performances. Shows are broadcast to audiences inworld on Treet TV enabled television screens, as well as live onto the world wide web.
Prim Perfect Publications is the media organisation behind Prim Perfect and The Primgraph Magazines, Designing Worlds and Metaverse Arts television shows (both on treet.tv) and The Quest for the Golden Prim web comic. Over the last three and a half years in Second Life, the Prim Perfect brand has come to represent professional, stylish and elegant media productions, with impeccably high standards in terms of content and design.
Prim Perfect is a magazine for Second Life homes and gardens – with lots of wonderful articles about buying or renting your home in Second life, finding the best designers, choosing your furniture, arranging it to best advantage, managing your prim count, landscaping your garden and learning the latest news from the world of interior design. In addition, we visit the best commuinities and the most stunning landscapes of various kinds, all across Second Life. And periodically, we travel to other grids as well to see what is happening across the metaverse.
In between issues, the PrimPerfect blog keeps you up-to-date with the latest news.
Designing Worlds is the hit weekly show on design and designers in virtual worlds, broadcast every week by Treet TV, the leading TV network in today’s virtual environments. From its roots as a “meta-makeover” show, the programme has developed into a magazine/factual format, adding interviews and visits to some of the most impressive locations in Second Life and other virtual environments. Designing Worlds is presented by Saffia Widdershins, the Editor of Prim Perfect Magazine, and Elrik Merlin of Radio Riel.
The show goes out live in 720p High Definition every Monday at 2pm SLT/Pacific Time and is repeated through the week on the Treet Lifestyle channel. Shows can also be viewed on the Treet Designing Worlds site and downloaded as podcasts via iTunes.
Metaverse Arts is our latest show – a monthly production hosted by Tricia Aferdita which looks at art and artists in virtual worlds. Filmed in Avalon Town’s Labyrnth Theare, it features interviews with artists, visits to galleries and installations, and all the latest news of the virtual art world. You can read more – and see the shows – at the Metaverse Arts blog or follow the show on the Treet Metaverse Arts site.
The Primgraph – and The Quest for the Golden Prim
The Primgraph is a magazine for those who love the vintage and steampunk regions of Second Life and the wider metaverse – and, indeed, beyond. Our goal is to provide readers with an interesting assortment of Second Life and real life historical materials – and something between the two! There is, for example, our web comic – The Quest for the Golden Prim – a steampunk adventure story that is ‘filmed’ in Second Life, but which can be enjoyed by anyone. You can learn more at: http://primgraph.blogspot.com/ and http://goldenprim.blogspot.com/
Sim Preservation Project
The Sim Preservation Project (SPP) has been created to meet a growing need in Second Life: the need to preserve great Second Life builds and sims for the future.
Your sim shows off your creativity in ways that just cannot be captured in a few pictures. But now, with the help of the Sim Preservation Project, you can create a full dimensional video of all of your build or sim. One minute of video will record visuals of your build that would take a hundred photos to capture in 2d shots. Let us help you preserve, promote, and share your built, your sim, your world with everyone!