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Monday, February 18, 2013

Internet Streaming 101: How to Watch Live Tv Online


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Internet Streaming 101: How to Watch Live Tv Online

Have you ever missed your favorite television show one week and wanted to watch it before the next week’s new episode aired so that you wouldn’t be completely lost (Fans of “24” and “Lost” can certainly relate to this). Have you parked yourself in front of your television to watch a football, basketball, or soccer match only to realize that the game isn’t playing in your market? Have you ever wanted to watch foreign newscasts only to realize that your cable or satellite provider doesn’t provide the coverage you want?

Well, you can spend a lot of money and invest in a satellite dish, TiVO, and premium sports and pay-per-view packages. But who has that kind of money to throw around, especially in these difficult times? Luckily for all of us, there are plenty of sites on-line that stream live and on-demand news, sports, and entertainment that we can watch in the comfort of our own homes.

Getting Started

Obviously, the most important thing you’ll need is a high-speed internet connection. If you can’t afford to have a cable modem, a DSL line, or a high-speed internet service installed in your home, you can always go to your local internet cafĂ©. Just make sure that they have a high speed connection and aren’t using some dial-up relic from the 90’s.

Most sites are built for PC users. As such, you’ll need Windows XP or Vista, the latest version of Internet Explorer (although Firefox also works), and Windows Media Player version 9 or higher. Mac users can download Flip4Mac, a free program that will convert WMV files for use on the Mac.

Live Television

There are many sites out there that broadcast live television from stations all over the world. If you want to watch Spanish movies, Chinese newscasts, Euroleague basketball games, or MTV Europe, then you’ll have plenty of channels to choose from.

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Veetle – http://www.veetle.com – good place for soccer fans. They have Fox Soccer Channel, GolTV, and Setanta.

Networks with Free On-Demand Content

If you missed your favorite show or wish to get caught up, most networks have high-definition, high quality videos of full episodes and video clips for you to enjoy. Some sites will only have the latest episode, or the most recent episodes up, so timeliness can be an issue.

American Networks:

British Networks:

    • BBC iPlayer – http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer – Gives you access to 

      BBC TV, radio, and movies – only available in UK (except for 

      radio, which is available to the entire world). Note: The 

      proposed joint on-demand venture between the BBC, Channel 4, 

      and ITV has been delayed until 2009, at the earliest.

  • TV Catchup – http://tvcatchup.com – the appropriately named 

    service is only available to the UK and allows you to watch content 

    from the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, and Channel 5, among others.

On Demand TV Shows

Most networks will allow you to watch a replay of the latest week’s episode for a limited amount of time. If you want to watch prior seasons, then you’ll have to rely on other means. Luckily, there are plenty of places you can go:

On Demand Options:

  • Hulu Videos: http://www.hulu.com – Popular on-demand site that is 

    owned by NBC and hosts full episodes and short video clips of 

    shows from NBC, Fox, Warner Brothers, Sony, MGM, and more.

  • Myspace Primetime: http://www.myspace.com/primetime – Largest 

    archive of shows I’ve ever seen at any site on-line. High quality 

    video, too. Includes current shows, as well as oldies like 

    “Bewitched,” “ALF,” “Cheers,” and others.

  • Fancast: http://www.fancast.com – A good-sized archive of older 

    shows, and most current shows are available here. Similar to Hulu.

  • Joost: http://www.joost.com – Good archive of high quality videos 

    of TV shows, music videos, and sports highlights.

  • Boxee TV – www.boxee.tv – Contains content from BBC, Hulu, NPR, 

    and many other providers.

  • Dude Videos : http://videos.repph.com – Huge archive of shows, 

    past and present, to choose from, including “24,” “Buffy the 

    Vampire Slayer,” “CSI,” “NYPD Blue,” “How I Met Your Mother,” and 

    “Dexter.”

  • Kumfumble: http://www.kumfumble.com – I believe this is a mirror 

    site for Dude Videos. Same shows, but the user interface is a little 

    different.

  • TV Duck: http://www.tvduck.com – Good resource that provides 

    links to other sites that stream free on-demand TV shows. Includes 

    latest shows, as well as movies, music videos, documentaries, and 

    soap operas.

  • Megavideo: http://www.megavideo.com – Decent-sized archive of 

    shows, music videos, and sports clips. Interface is similar to 

    Youtube. Drawback: there are limits to how much you can watch 

    unless you are a Premium member.

; Dude Videos or http://www.hulu.com> Hulu like “The Shield,” “In Treatment,” “Breaking Bad,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” among others.

  • Ninja Video: http://www.ninjavideo.net – A huge archive of shows 

    available, but you must launch the Ninja Video Helper Beta in order 

    to view said videos.

  • TV Corn: www.tvcorn.com – A large archive of current and older 

    shows. Also has different feeds to choose from.

Fab Channel – http://www.fabchannel.com/ – Focuses on music. Large archive of concerts available.

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