I have recorded many videos of conferences, including TeX conferences. For nearly 10 years I have been hosting these on www.river-valley.tv. The domain is now not under my control (long story), and the DNS has been changed, so the videos are inaccessible. I have transferred all videos to "zeeba.tv", so any links will now work by adding "zeeba" before ".tv".

There are a lot of backlinks to ".tv" on StackExchange, in TeX-related questions. Is there any way of adding "zeeba" to all these, or at least alerting to viewers about the domain change?

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There is no automated way of doing this from your end. However, you can refine your search on the main/meta site to identify posts which have the now-defunct URL using the search query url:"river-valley.tv". This reveals only 24 posts:

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My suggestion would be to visit each post sequentially over the next couple of days (say 5 posts a day) and you'll be done within a week with the URL updates. The slowed updating process avoids the home page from being flooded by old posts - it lists "active" posts, which include those that has undergone a revision of some sort. As such, there's no real problem with doing it manually.

The only four posts on Meta.TeX.SE have already been updated (thanks @barbarabeeton):

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