Cherry TV has been percolating for a long time. Here's how it got started ...
Back in 1998, when big-budget internet sites began sprouting up all over the web, founder Jill Abrahams noticed that although a number of high-profile women's sites had launched, none of them focused specifically on sex. Yeah, these sites had relationship-related articles, but when it came to sex, they often focused on pleasing one's partner as opposed to oneself. Like many women out there, Jill sensed a void in sex-oriented programming but wasn't sure how to fill it. So, she did what every woman does best: she got to talking. Jill spoke with tons of women and found out that when it comes to sex, women love talking about it as much as--if not more than--they love having it.
So, with the help of internet developer Pseudo Programs, Jill launched Cherrybomb.com in 1999. Cherrybomb's all-female, truly collaborative "Bomb Squad" team included Meg Weber, Alana Reynolds, Heather White, Diana Dayrit and Tonya Corrin, and they turned Cherrybomb.com into an incredible online community where women could finally talk freely about sex. It was truly a place where "ladies come first." Cherrybomb was an immediate success, mentioned in numerous magazines and even won the South By Southwest Interactive "Best Grrl Site."
But despite its rave reviews, when Pseudo Programs went under in 2001, it brought Cherrybomb with it.
However, Jill and the rest of her original "Bomb Squad" never forgot how rewarding working on Cherrybomb.com was, so their vision of providing an honest, judgment-free women's sex site is being re-launched as Cherry TV - the place for "Juicy Talk for Women." And now, with faster technology and streaming media, the second coming of Cherrybomb.com as Cherry TV promises to be even better!