Sega (Red) and Nintendo (Blue). The logo colors might suggest the opposite.
The same goes for their respective mascots, Sonic (Red) and Mario (Blue), in terms of game play, personality, and overall aesthetic. It's especially ironic since, like the company logos, Sonic is associated with blue, and Mario with red.
DC Comics (Red) vs. Marvel Comics (Blue). The logo colors might suggest the opposite, but The DCU is an idealistic place where superheroes usually triumph, don't have to worry too hard about secret identity problems, and are generally liked by the people, while the Marvel Universe is the poster boy for superheroes who aren't liked by the public and have to deal with real-world problems like finance and health.
It can be said that the two companies have traits of both. DC being the more optimistic, whimsical setting, but with more traditional, archetypal characters; stoic, upright crusaders of justice, presented as mythic, god-like figures for the reader to look up to. While the Marvel Universe takes place in a more cynical world with heroes that are seen as more relatable and fallible, having to deal with realistic every day problems, but presented in a way that's more high-octane and over the top (especially during Stan and Jack's tenure), and are often sold as a more rebellious and cool alternative to DC. To put it one way, DC can be looked as a Red Oni universe with (mostly) Blue Oni characters, and Marvel is a Blue Oni universe with (mostly) Red Oni characters.
TV show is any content produced for broadcast via over-the-air, satellite, cable, or internet and typically viewed on a television set, excluding breaking news, advertisements, or trailers that are typically placed between shows. While the web television is original episodic online video content produced for broadcast on the Internet via the World Wide Web. To put it one way, TV shows can be looked as a Red Oni media, and Webshows is a Blue Oni media.