Reduce Your Cable Bill With Internet TV Without Cutting The Cord
Free Internet television, may be a way for you to cut the cost of cable, or satellite, but it's not likely to ever be a way for you to cut the cord completely. There are literally thousands of on demand video sources online for free with full TV episodes, and movies. To fill in the gap there are also premium TV sources like Hulu Plus, and premium online movie sources like Netflix. A basic subscription to both is less than most premium movie channel packages like HBO, and Showtime.
With all the free video sources available online people tend to start thinking about cutting the cord, or discontinuing cable, or satellite TV subscription services. The problem with this is the loss of live TV broadcast. How will you know if there is a tornado warning in your area, or something similar without live TV? You could get live over the air TV, but unless you have a good number of local networks close by, you'll miss out on a lot of benefits you get from a subscription television service.
Why not have the best of both worlds? One could cut their cable, or satellite programming to the bare essentials, and take advantage of popular set top boxes like Roku, Boxee Box, or Logitech Revue, or even programs like http://vimeo.com/54258455 Playon which offers media streaming on internet connected devices like gaming consoles, or set top boxes to watch a plethora of Internet TV content for free. This would cut your subscription fees, while still providing a ton of entertainment options.
We also have Netflix and Blockbuster who are offering movies over the internet, and many TV Manufacturers are integrating there software in the new model TV's. Along with the usual TV watching experience one can enjoy net surfing without any hassle. You are just a click away from viewing the list of contents of internet browsing on your television screen. This new trend has succeeded and is going to bring a new era to the world of television viewing and internet browsing.
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