Videoland's webpage went on-line in July 2000 and now offers pages covering each of Videoland's seven in-house channels. Visitors can access information on programs as well as audio-video entertainment and sports news, info on upcoming events, on-line video broadcasts, on-line chat rooms, a greeting card service, program schedules and message boards.
Videoland's web site was established primarily to offer easy and convenient interactive access to viewers, with the latest information on programs and events as well as message boards where viewers' comments are gathered for analysis and response. The web site is designed to complement Videoland's programming with extended customer services and to enhance Videoland's image among viewers.
Visits to the site have increased steadily since its inauguration. The daily average of anonymous users reached 669,800 during the first quarter of 2001, and page views totaled 1,323,199 on April 22, 2001. This soared to a daily average of 8,250,574 during January 200