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not satisfied with the TV available through your cable or satellite provider — or if you're looking for alternative
channels around the world — give the free RevoluTV a try. This free program lets you tune into TV channels around the
world for news, entertainment, sports and more. The channels are all broadcast via the Web, so you don't need a TV tuner or
any other special hardware.
Using RevoluTV couldn't be simpler. Install it, then choose from any of the many built-in channels from countries
ranging from Argentina to France, Germany, Russia, the U.K. and the U.S. Then tune in to foreign news, entertainment and sports
in the small video viewer. To help keep track of your channels, you can add them to a favorites list in the program so you
can easily return to them.
One of the great pleasures of the RevoluTV is the serendipity of discovering strange new things. Want to watch coverage
of the U.K.'s parliament? How about the TV channel run by the Chamber of Commerce of Milan? Maybe you'd prefer a Russian sports
network, or the Japanese version of the QVC shopping network. There's all that, and more with this entertaining free program.
Some TV networks
have been providing streaming content for ages. You can watch live or recent news updates from the BBC or CNN, music videos,
or even movies...if you know where to look. But where's the fun in that? RevoluTV is a Windows app that comes preloaded with
a long list of video channels that you can stream using the built-in Windows Media Player interface.
mentioned LiveStation, which is mostly focused on news channels, RevoluTV has a ton of streams divided into categories like
News, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Music, Movies, Sports, and Kids. And most of the streams I tried actually played, which is
more than I can say for some other programs I've used that promise to let you stream internet TV content from around the globe.
Of course, I've kind of gotten used to the video-on-demand feel of Hulu and similar sites, so I'm not really a big
fan of watching live television anymore. But if you can't find anything worth watching on Hulu, YouTube, or whatever online
video site you're addicted to these days, RevoluTV might be worth a look.