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The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find it?

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
Before we had guide channels and digital programming giudes a fortune was made telling people what was on Broadcast TV by TV Guide. A new startup hopes to do the same for online, full-length video content.

http://www.clicker.com/

Like TV Guide, Clicker isn't concerned about where the content is or how you choose to watch it. They are focused on providing easy, logical searches for full-length content, both studio and broadcaster provided and online-only webisodes & serials.

This is very interesting to me, and if it proves to be as effective as it appears on my initial tests, it could be the means to replacing CableTV altogether.
 

mzpro5

Well-Known Member
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Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

Just had a chance to give a quick view and initially I am not sure exactly how it works. I'll have to give it a look when I have more time.
 

mcad64

Well-Known Member
Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

Interesting but it didn't work for me. I tried to watch "Chase" it was not available outside of the US. So does that mean if you (Americans) find content from say Canada or Great Britain you would not be able to watch it??
Mike
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

That's the case. I wanted to watch "Billable Hours" online, but it is blocked in the US.
 

Huey

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Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

The tv guide was always good reading material in the bathroom, some how I don't think I'll drag my computer to the comode. :eek:bscene-buttred:
Rob
 

Haywood

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Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

There are inexpensive VPNs out there that will give you Canadian and UK access for as little as $10/mo.
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
Re: The next TV Guide - What's on the web and how do I find

Huey said:
The tv guide was always good reading material in the bathroom, some how I don't think I'll drag my computer to the comode. :eek:bscene-buttred:
Rob
Get with the times, dude! I take my computer to the can with me all the time! In fact, I am considering adding an Ethernet port and AC outlet to my lavatory in order to ensur the highest performance and longest use time for those marathon sessions I often experience.
:eek:bscene-buttred:
 
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