Friday, August 31, 2007

ONLINE TV GUIDE LISTING FREE TV SHOWS, CHANNELS, AND WHERE TO WATCH FULL- AND PARTIAL-LENGTH EPISODES ON THE WEB...

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An online TV guide listing free television shows, channels, and where to watch them on the web.

It's technology that I knew existed, and in recent years I bemoaned the fact that I couldn't just go to my TV, select a show from a big ol' TV-guide like grid and watch it right away.

Little did I know that I would see the day that Google declared TV on the TV dead, and TV online alive and kicking like a newborn babe!

It makes perfect sense -- what with more and more people starting to switch to broadband or cable Internet connections and use their big screen TVs as monitors -- why shouldn't more TV stations stream full or partial episodes online?

That way, the fact that you forgot to set your TiVo makes no nevermind. Hear about a good episode of a show from a friend, pull it up on your laptop and watch it.

The fact that searches for a free online TV guide listing where to watch shows on the web are popular was just further impetus for me to begin working on one and continue to update it and add plenty more shows to watch on the web to it as I go.

TV online.

I agree with the Google expert.

It's our future...

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    5 comments:

    Bonnie Calhoun said...

    LOL...you make my head spin...LOL...just like those wheels!

    Tai Chi said...

    Interesting read . . . I'm currently in China, and there are massive amounts of people over here for business, working, teaching, learning Chinese, etc.

    The problem with watching stuff online is that alot of it is blocked over here!

    Palm Coast said...

    This is a very interesting subject, in the past few months I've been seeing tons of shows broadcast their episodes on video sites. One particular channel is Spike broadcasting episodes on ifilm.com.

    Lottie B said...

    Interesting indeed... I'm from the team at LocateTV, a new TV and film search site that lets you search for when shows are on, online, on TV or on DVD, region-specific to where you are...Be good to see what you think of it as a service also filling some of this gap (although obv it's not so focused on web content like this one). It's in private beta but if you'd like an invite get in touch... locatetvblog will give you some idea of what it's all about.

    hottnikz said...

    thanks for the info!

    Paula Neal Mooney