Just look at this pretty and likely somewhat inexperienced little thing.Of course, when it comes to teenagers they think they have it all worked out, know exactly what they’re doing and have all the answers.
Video Surf – According to the site, “Using a unique combination of new computer vision and fast computation methods, Video Surf has taught computers to “see” inside videos to find content in a fast, efficient, and scalable way. Do you have any additions for this list to share with other readers (or myself, if we go the no-TV route!
If you have gotten rid of cable or satellite, where do you watch TV?
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At my house, basic digital cable TV cost over $69 per month (plus taxes) and I watch maybe 10 or 15 of the 150 channels that they provide me, meaning that I pay for many channels that I have no interest in.
I have either given my own opinion of each one or when possible I have taken a blurb from each site’s “About” page to give you a little more info. Of course, this all depends on what kind of signal you can get inside your house.
And if you have a favorite, or you use a site that isn’t listed here, please be sure to mention it in the comments so everyone can check it out! In my place here in CO, I can use an HDTV antenna and the channels come in beautifully. – you name it, they are streaming most of their shows on their sites the day after they air on TV. TV Lizer – TV Lizer is based on a portuguese website called TVTUGA, this is its english international version. WWITV – A portal to watch over 2,800 live and on demand online television broadcasts. Channel Chooser – With more than 10 million unique viewers monthly, they must be providing some good stuff. Tevo Otv – On this website, you will find movie, news, sports, music channels. You wouldn’t have if you had known about this site. Streamick – Based in Russia, these guys have thousands and thousands of streaming video channels for you to watch. Crafty TV – Another portal for channels all over the world. Jump TV – A broadcaster of live and on-demand sports video over the Internet. Flick Peek – You can watch movies, tv shows, cartoons and anime free of charge. Spreety – As a television guide for online TV, Spreety provides links to legal entertainment choices, including popular online TV shows, classic TV shows, music videos, news, online sports, and movies online. No Subscription Required – Another “guide” of sorts, there seems to be current in-theatre movies listed here.
But I have lived in other houses where I couldn’t even get snow to show up on the TV (New Mexico, I am looking at you). Sure, there are a few ads, but there are ads on cable, too – at least here you aren’t paying to watch the ads. Hulu – Hulu has become a big dog in the world of internet streaming TV. Quick Silver Screen – A good place to watch movies, concerts, and documentaries online for free. My Easy TV – There are more than 3000 television channels you can watch here… They are sorted by their respective country, and are easy to access and view using the top navigation menu. Oh, and you can also watch trailers for upcoming new releases. Mevio – A social media-type community, providing access to the best in new media in audio, video, podcasts, and music. Your Global TV – Seems a little sketchy, but hey – there is a lot here. wfitv – Free internet TV from all over the world, delivered to your computer. Any TV – Seems to require a download, and isn’t for Mac computers, so I couldn’t test it.
Antennas mounted on roofs tend to be a lot better at pulling in those free signals, but remember that as of 2009 you need a special digital converter box, as the analog signals will no longer be broadcast (in most communities). I know a guy who has a Mac Mini hooked up to a projection TV, and his only source of broadcast TV is through Hulu.
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