Does Anyone Know If It Is Possible To Watch MSNBC Documentaries On Line?

Canada
September 3, 2007 2:09am CST
Last night I accidently slept through an MSNBC documentary on Paul Bernardo, that I wanted to see. Does anyone know if it is possible for me to download this and other documentaries on line? Where can I find them?
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@patgalca (16570)
• Orangeville, Ontario
3 Sep 07
I attempted to watch a show on an American network website after it had aired and got a message that it was not available for me. I think it is because I am in Canada. I was pretty disappointed by this. But if it was also on a Canadian network that runs shows on their website, it could be accessible that way. I really only tried the one show one time. I'm answering this from my email so maybe you already go the answer you need.
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• Canada
3 Sep 07
I'm in Canada too.....atleast I am when I'm not in the USA. LOL I guess I live in both places now. It really sucks that we do not have the same things available in Canada as they have down here in the USA.
@aidonia (4209)
• Greece
3 Sep 07
I download many times documentary from torrents sites but specially these you try find I'm not sure will be there.I wish I can help more but.... Anyway you find what you want find.Good luck.
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• Canada
3 Sep 07
Are these the same as the ones I'm looking for?
@artemis432 (7474)
• Abernathy, Texas
3 Sep 07
Hey - have you checked the website -or www.youtube.com?
• Canada
3 Sep 07
I checked the website, I looked all over the internet. The documentary is an hour long, so I doubt it'll be on Youtube, but who knows? Interesting ideas, I'll have to check again and see what I find.
@Ravenladyj (22920)
• United States
3 Sep 07
Damn I didnt even know there WAS a doc airing about him...I'll have to look for it myself...I'm was living in St.Kitts when that all went down so any documentaries, books etc about the case I'm very curious to get my eyes, hands on type thing ya know..If I find anything online I'll be sure to let you know!
@Ravenladyj (22920)
• United States
3 Sep 07
Hey ahve you checked iTunes yet? I was just scoping out the Msnbc TV section of the website and I THINK you can watch the full shows episodes on iTunes...Havent checked it out myself yet but I'm on my way shortly...I'll let you kow what i find out
@kimthedane (1000)
• Denmark
8 Sep 07
Hello my fellow Dane. I honestly do not have a clue, dont even know what MSNBC is. Just wanted to take the option of saying hey, lol. But anyway there might be a reasonable chance that it can be seen online as there are so many channels online now that they provide a wider selection of choice than any cable or satelite provider here does. I was so disappointed when i returned to Denmark last year. I was used to more than 500 tv channels and as many digital music channels from Sky TV when i lived in England. Here i can have max 40 channels and half of those are the siht German, Norwegian and Swedish channels that nobody watches anyway. Is it stupid asking if you have searched for MSNBC online? Maybe use the full name in stead of abrivations? Take care my friend and good look :)
• United States
4 Sep 07
I am not sure if this helps but one of my neighbors watches missed TV shows and movies on: http://www.peekvid.com/showcategorypage.php?id=7
@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
3 Sep 07
There are torrents but it all depends on who actually took the time to put it in digital format. There is also youtube and veoh. From youtube you can watch plenty of news specials (I just finished up yet another failing education system one from ABS a couple of days ago). If you've got Firefox, try downloadhelper extension. That or Metube if its still around. In order to see it though you'll have to pick up a .flv player, or you need a converter of sorts. veoh allows downloads directly to your computer though but finding certain things like this can be slightly hard