How to Watch TV on the Internet

India
November 6, 2009 2:37pm CST
I found a cool article on ehow about How to watch Live TV on the internet at http://www.ehow.com/how_5574336_watch-live-tv-internet.html. Thought I would share it with you guys. First, make sure that you have a good, strong internet connection. Next, you need to sign up for a website that will give you access to their software to help you watch Live TV on the Internet. In order to do that, go to this website & check out the reviews & analysis of various websites. http://www.squidoo.com/watchtvontheinternet After you have signed up, you will be given instructions about how you will have to set up your computer in such a way that there will be smooth streaming of the different channels on your computer. It is critical to follow those instructions carefully. After you have followed all the instructions, make sure that you check out some of the different features that they offer you. There have a feature called Easy Connect that allows you to watch TV live directly on their servers. There are also many free Internet TV services like hulu.com which give you the same kind of access to the channels. But the problem with them is that there are many geographical restrictions (you are not able to watch it outside the US) & also most of their TV shows are prerecorded ones & not being streamed live.
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• India
7 Nov 09
www.bharat.com is good site to watch.
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@Jimeous (858)
• New Zealand
6 Nov 09
I generally don't watch live tv on the internet, rather I watch programs or films which have already been screened. Being in New Zealand means I will get to watcg many shows from the US that haven't been released here yet. OVGuide.com is the best portal for watching any video online because it is basically an online video search engine. If you get Orbit Downloader, it has a tool called Grab++, this will enable you to download videos. Since it is a downloading agent it also means that the files are quicker to get than watching them online. Grab++ works for most browsers, but Internet Explorer and Firefox have an included feature where you can grab the movie straight from the flash page.
@free_man (7337)
• United States
11 Nov 09
Hello Tswowner and welcome to my lot. We have been watching TV online at fancast.com it has all kinds of old TV shows. Always looking for new places to watch TV online. We can't get many channels since the digital took over. The many thing we watch on regular TV is the local news. But most of the rest of TV we watch from the internet. Good to find new places to look for new shows. Have a great day!