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How to Quit Cable for Online Streaming Video, Free Internet TV | Digital Trends

Original research in 2011, update in 2013. Article links added in 2014.

The Lure of Internet TV

  • Get programming when you want it.
  • Fast forward to the spots you're interested in and skip ads
  • Don't have to make trips to the Video store
Many shows are also available on your computer by accessing the network or show web sites, however by going thru a device which connects directly to your TV and a service such as hulu you can use your TV. (Note: you can connect most computers to your TV with the proper cables.)
I was supposed to give an updated talk on Internet TV in September 2015. Here are some things I think people would be interested in.
.  How much of your cable TV can you replace with Internet
2.  What are the pros and cons of the popular services:
   Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, network web page access
3.  Is there an additional charge for specific shows
   e.g. Some programs are free with Amazon Prime but others you have to pay for.
    How much?

4. What Internet TV interfaces are best.
  Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, 
  Internet enabled TV or BLu-ray player
  Xbox 360, Wii, Playstation, ...

5.  What is available
   e.g. I could go back to at least 2010 for the Daily Show on 
       Comedy Central (http://thedailyshow.cc.com/)

Does anyone know how many of the following are available on the web (network web page, hulu, netflix, amazon, ...)
 and how many episodes.

Movies

See Most popular TV shows in Entertainment

6. What will your cable company do if you use too much bandwidth on the Internet.
  e.g. Comcast has been known to slow down access to certain streaming sites.
   Others have been know to cap your usage.

  
Streaming Internet Audio/Video Providers
There are dozens but hulu, Netflix and Amazon are the bigest. See some others below.

Content
Multiple Networks
ABC  
CBS  
NBC
MSNBC ? ?
FOX
PBS ?2 ?
History ?2 ?
National Geographic ?2 ?
Discovery   ? ?
Science   ? ?
ESPN   ? ?
Comedy Central
WB
Bravo
MTV
SyFy
Other
Movies
TopTen Reviews rated hulu #1 because Hulu offers an incredible selection of shows and movies. In fact, Hulu's movie library is vastly larger than any other site we reviewed.

Cost:

hulu PLUS $7.99/mo
  Netflix $7.99/mo
  Amazon $79.99/yr (Included in Prime Membership)
  
Some result for TV shows. A Sept. 2012 article says, "Though Netflix has a wider variety, Amazon and Hulu Plus have extensive collaborations with major television networks including CBS, NBC, AMC, MTV, Comedy Central, and ABC. As a result, their TV offerings are more up to date. Hulu Plus is the only service that has been able to score a deal to offer streaming HBO shows like True Blood."
Supported Services 2012
(See new list below)
Video Streaming Devices Price
video player $49-$99
Apple TV $99 1
Xbox 360 $150
Nintendo Wii $200
Wii U $349
 Playstation 3 $299
Internet TV  
Blu-ray player  
Home Theater  
TiVo HD DVR $299
Computer  
Phone/Tablet
Nintendo 3DS $200
WD TV Live $70
Boxee Box $170
RCA Media Player $60
NeoTV Netgear2 $33-$50
Sony NSZ-GS72 $199
Vizio Co-Star2 $100
1. Via Airplay from your iOS device or Mac

2. NeoTV, Sony NSZ-GS7 and Vizio Co-Star provide access to GoogleTV

Video Streaming Devices:
Roku - www.roku.com/products
44% of market in 2014.
Over 1,700 apps: Roku is the undisputed winner when it comes to content (see the chart below), with a massive channel library that includes Netflix, Amazon Instant, HBO Go, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, MLB.TV, NFL Now, Amazon Cloud Player, Vudu, PBS, TWC TV, and, yes, YouTube.

Bandwidth:
"Netflix video streams make up one-quarter of all Internet data transmitted in North America."
Standard definition television 3.5 Mbps
DVD movie quality steaming 9.8 Mbps
HDTV 10-15 Mbps
HDTV 1080P 15-28 Mbps
Blu-ray video up to 40 Mbps.
High-quality Internet radio 128 Kbps
Netflix says you can get HD on 5 Mbps and Ultra HD on 25 Mbps.
See more on bandwidth below.

2015 Set-Top Box Comparison
Category Roku 4 2015 Fire TV 2015 Apple TV
Supported Resolution? 4K Ultra HD (up to 60 fps) 4K Ultra HD (up to 30 fps) 1080p
Supported Wi-Fi? 802.11ac MIMO 802.11ac MIMO 802.11ac MIMO
Wired Ethernet? Yes Yes Yes
Processor? Quad-core Quad-core Dual-core
RAM? 1.5GB 2GB 2GB
Optical Digital Output? Yes No (HDMI only) No (HDMI only)
HDMI Version? HDMI 2.0 HDMI 2.0 HDMI 1.4
USB port? One USB 2.0 port One USB 2.0 port No
Micro SD card slot? Yes (up to 128GB) Yes (up to 128GB) No
Voice Search? Yes Alexa Siri
Universal Search? Yes Crippled Yes (but fewer apps)
Remote Finder? Yes No No
Hotel & Dorm Connect*? Yes No No
Supports Headphones? Wired Bluetooth only Bluetooth only
Operating System? Roku OS 7 Fire OS 3.0 "Mojito" tvOS 9.0 (iOS 9)
Gaming Support? Good Better Best (Probably)
Price? $129.99 $99.99 $149 (32GB) / $199 (64GB)
Source: Roku 4 vs. Fire TV vs. Apple TV: 2015 Streaming Showdown | BensBargains.com
Supported Services Aug., 2014
Roku
Apple TV
Google
Chromecast

Amazon
Fire TV

Netflix Yes Yes Yes Yes
Amazon Instant Yes AirPlay No Yes
YouTube Yes Yes Yes Yes
Hulu Plus Yes Yes Yes Yes
HBO Go Yes Yes Yes No
Showtime Anytime Yes Yes No Yes
Vudu Yes Yes Yes No
Flixster Yes Yes Yes Yes
Crackle Yes Yes Yes Yes
PBS Yes Yes TabCast No
PBS Kids Yes Yes Yes No
Disney Channels Yes Yes TabCast Yes
Time Warner Cable TV Yes No No No
SlingPlayer Yes AirPlay No No
Sky News Yes Yes No No
Watch ESPN Yes Yes Yes Yes
MLB.TV Yes Yes Yes Yes
NFL Now Yes Yes No No
NBA Game Time Yes Yes No Yes
Pandora Yes AirPlay Yes Yes
Spotify Yes AirPlay TabCast No
Rdio Yes AirPlay Yes No
Rhapsody No AirPlay Yes No
Vevo Yes Yes Yes Yes
"Radio" & iTunes radio No Yes No No
TuneIn Yes AirPlay TabCast Yes
iHeartRadio Yes AirPlay No Yes
Amazon Music Yes AirPlay No Yes
iTunes content No Yes No No
Google Play content No No Yes No
Plex Yes AirPlay Yes Yes
Source: CNET August, 2014

How to choose between the new Apple TV and Google's new Chromecast


Other TV/Movie web pages:
   Service          Devices (not complete)
   [nnn] Thousand of people/mo as of Apr. 2013
  [187,400] PS3, AppleTV, NeoTV, WD TV
    [12,817] see chart above for devices
 [13,975] Roku
       [13,300]
     [9,950] Roku
          [1,224] Roku, NeoTV, WD TV
    [90] NeoTV
     AppleTV, 
    PS3
     [ 573]  Roku
Xfinity.tv (Comcast)  [8,722]
 [2]
 On Demand [8,146]
one-TVs
There are dozens of others, but the above are among the most popular.

The following are mostly independent videos.
See Top 15 Most Popular Video Websites
and Top 15 Most Popular Movie Websites at ebizmba.com
[187,400]
[21,942]
[7,945]

Music:
   Roku, WD TV



Reviews:
Services:
The Top 5 Video Streaming Websites | TechSupportAlert.com 2012
How To Watch TV Shows Online: Top 10 TV Streaming Sites 2012 - All My Faves 2012
TopTen Reviews 2013
Comparing video streaming services | Unclutterer 2013
3 things to consider before choosing a streaming video service | USA TODAY College 2012
Devices:
Streaming Wars: Apple TV vs Google, Boxee, Roku, XBox360, PS3 at methodshop | 2012
Apple TV vs. Roku 3 vs. Boxee Box vs. WD TV Play vs. Google TV | Digital Trends 2013
WD TV Live Vs. NetGear NeoTV: Streamer Showdown | Maximum PC 2012
Comparing video streaming services | Unclutterer
How to Cut the Cord and Get Rid of Cable TV


How it works. Amazon:
Amazon Instant Video titles are available to rent or buy from the Amazon Instant Video store. Prime Instant Video titles provide unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows at no additional cost with a paid annual Amazon Prime membership. Not all videos available in the Amazon Instant Video store are available in the Prime Instant Video catalog.
  • Apple last fall relaunched its Apple TV box, which feeds Internet video to the electronic hearth. The company's now cutting deals with studios including Disney and Fox for Apple's iTunes to rent episodes of some recent TV shows for 99 cents apiece.

  • Google has introduced Google TV, a service that helps people find TV programming on the Web, including videos on Google's YouTube. The major networks are blocking their shows from Google TV, at least for now.

  • Netflix and Hulu are signing agreements with studios and program producers as the two vie to become the Web's leading subscription service for streamed movies and TV shows.
Neither CNN Live newscasts nor ESPN sports events are available.

"Somebody who uses Apple TV only could be spending easily $100 to $120 a month just (renting shows) for a few hours a day," says TiVo CEO Tom Rogers. That's why most people who are attracted to Web TV think of it "not as a substitute, but as a supplement" to pay TV.

Cable companies say that if they begin to lose pay TV subscriptions, they'd probably have to charge more for broadband.

Above are excerpts see the whole article.

At "How to Ditch Your Cable Provider Without Giving Up on TV" - Popular Mechanics, May, 2009 they say:
Most major networks and cable channels offer a deep reservoir of content that can be streamed over the Internet. CNN's site posts video feeds of breaking news, and ESPN has partnerships with various Internet providers around the country to offer its ESPN360 live sports streaming service. New episodes of popular TV shows such as Lost and 24 are usually up on network sites within a day. NBC and Fox have teamed up to create the site hulu.com, which has so many shows and movies available for streaming that it is beginning to resemble a separate network itself.

There are several ways to get Internet video onto your TV.
1. Many new HD TVs have direct Internet connections. However applications have been reported to be sluggish because of underpowered processors.
2. Some new computers are coming with HDMI outputs to connect to TV.
3. Most new Blu-Ray disk players are coming with Internet access.
4. There are also several stand alone Internet to TV boxes.
Note: This was prepared the first week in Jan. 2011. Many new announcements in this area are expected at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas starting Jan 6.

Dec. 2010
Blu-Ray Disc players (See Blu-Ray in products for price and other specs)
Most of these likely correspond the services on the HDTVs with Internet from the same manufacturers.
 
Sony BDP-S570 x x x x   x x x x      
LG BD550 x   x x x         x x x
LG BD590 x   x x x         x x x
Samsung BD-C6900 x 1. x x x               x
Panasonic DMP-BD85 x   x                
Sony NSZ-GT1 x   x x              
LG BD570 x     x              
Sony NSZ-GT1 x   x x                   x
Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) x x x x   x               x
1. Hulu Plus available via Samsung Apps
Note Hulu Plus was relatively new at the end of 2010, so there may be new deals.

See Netflix vs Hulu Plus below
See demo for Hulu Plus on Roku at hulu.com/plus#devices
and www.hulu.com/watch/193798/hulu-walkthrough-hulu-plus-on-roku


TV is big business. How will the financial model change.
Today's model:

Internet TV 2011

In 2015:
Netflix will pay $3 Billion in licensing and production fees to the television and film industry.
Hulu is paying $192 million to license South Park.

  • More choices -> fewer viewers per program -> Ads worth less.
    However, lower ad costs will allow smaller companies to advertise.
  • Instead of one fee for your Cable TV company you will have more providers (Netflix, amazon, hulu, ...). More choices means it will be more difficult to pick the best. If there are some things on each you want, will you end up paying more? I.e. nickel and dimed to death. It may be worth it for the convenience of on demand viewing. (Pull vs Push)
  • Cable companies, which are charging you for TV and Internet now may limit bandwidth (Maximum Gb per month) and charge more for people who have dropped TV and using more Internet bandwidth for things like movies.
    See Netflix is a bandwidth hog. Who will pay? (Hint: You.) at Money.cnn.com Nov. 2010

Other Services:

TV - Movies
Netflix
Hulu plus
Amazon VOD
blipTV (blip.tv): Sony
IMAX (Documentaries) 3 for $20
Pub-D-Hub (classic films)
Flixter (trailers, old movies)
Sports:
NHL Gamecenter
MLB.TV

Web Video:
YouTube
vimeo (video sharing)
Revision3 (Technology, news, culture, movies)

Pictures:
flickr | picasa
Facebook photos

To activate services on a Roku you may get a from your roku to enter at the service web site or vice versa.
E.g. Get netflix code from Roku and go to netflix.com/activate
Get Hulu code from hulu.copm/plus and enter it in your Roku.

Music:
Pandora
Napster: Samsung TVs
Sony BMG Myplay Sony

Other:
Weather Underground
Skype: Phone Panasonic, Samsung.

Stand alone set-top boxes 2011
Box Price CNet
score
wi-
fi
Other
Roku $49-$99 4 y x x (1) x x x  
Apple TV $99 3.5 y x   x     x 720P only
Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) $299 4 B/G x x x x x   Web browser, Blu-ray player
Microsoft Xbox 360 $150 3.5 ad x            
Nintendo Nintendo Wii $200   y x           no HD or HMDI
TiVo Premiere $299   y x   x x x   Blockbuster
WDTV Live Plus $149 3.5 y x   x x   x  
Boxee Box $199 3 y x x x x   x QWERTY remote2, web browser
Logitech Revue $300 3 y x x         QWERTY remote, web browser
GoogleTV
ad - Wi-fi adapter reqired.
* A fix (firmware download) is required to get the USB port on the Roku XDS

Xbox LIVE provides movies and some sports events from ESPN.

Some companies have names for their Internet TV architecture (software/firmware) in devices like their HD TVs and Blu-Ray players. e.g. BRAVIA® (Sony) and NetCast (LG), Viera Cast (Panasonic). These should not be confused with services like Netflix and Hulu.

1. Apparently there is a way to get YouTube on the Roku, but it is not as straightforward as others.
2. QWERTY - A standard computer style keyboard.

See:
digitaltrends.com
Google TV vs. Boxee vs. Roku vs. Apple TV - Internet TV Devices Compared

Mobile Devices
Apple iPhone
Apple iPad
Apple iPod touch
ANdroid Phones (comming)
Netflix vs Hulu Plus - Source Comparing Hulu Plus and Netflix at HubPages.com
Netflix Hulu Plus
Cost $8/mo $8/mo
Video library Over 8,500 titles available for it's streaming service. Included in this is 1,100 complete seasons of television shows 45 current seasons and 120 archived seasons. Their current movie library is 800 titles.
Ads n y
Note Hulu Plus was relatively new at the end of 2010, so there may be new deals. See Device support requests.
Other internet to TV services:
Cablevisiion Optimum iO Photos allows you to send facebook photos thru the cable connection to a channel on your TV.

PlayOn - PlayOn is software that you install on your Windows PC. It allows you to use your Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, iPad or other supported device to access feeds from content providers like Hulu, Netflix, Comedy Central, CBS, YouTube, MLB.tv, your personal media, and more. PlayOn is both browser and media server software, built into one.


There are several web sites listing the best video streaming websites, but the only common one was hulu.
www.youtube.com, www.vimeo.com, www.metacafe.com, www.hulu.com, www.veoh.com

Hulu, SurfThe Channel, SideReel

The Best Websites to Watch Streaming TV Shows, TV Series and Movies - woorkup.com
Hulu, TVGorge, FanCast, CastTV


Top TV shows 2013:
CBS: NCIS, NCIS: LA, CSI, 60 Minutes. Others: Big Bang Theory
NBC: The Voice, Revolution. Others: Parks and Recreation
ABC: Dancing With The Stars, Splash, Last Man Standing and Malibu Country.
FOX: American Idol

Terms:

BRAVIA® (Best Resolution Audio Visual Integrated Architecture) - A sony name for it's high-definition LCD televisions, projection TVs and front projectors and for the PlayStation 3. It is also a service allowing internet TV thru the Internet. Sony also has a BRAVIA box ($200) that allows non-BRAVIA ready TV's to use the Internet TV service

Codec - a device or computer program capable of encoding or decoding a digital data stream or signal. The word codec comes from "coder-decoder" or, less commonly, "compressor-decompressor". You can get a Media Player Codec Pack, a free simple to install package of codecs/filters/splitters used for playing back movie and music files on Microsofts Windows Media Player.

DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance)
It defines a standard for moving movies, photos, music and other media from device to device. DLNA servers can store media in one location, and, without any setup or configuration, can stream the media to DLNA compliant players,

DMCA - Digital Millennium Copyright Act - 1998 - Provides Criminal penalties on those who make available technologies whose primary purpose and function are to circumvent content protection technologies.

DRM - Digital Rights Management - Access control technologies in hardware and digital content to restrict things like copying and converting to different formats.

Dolby AC3 - AC3 (Audio Codec 3, Advanced Codec 3, Acoustic Coder 3)
Allows 5.1 channel output.

DTS - DTS is a series of multichannel audio technologies owned by DTS (Digital Theater Systems), Inc
DTS-HD is high resolution audio. See Blu-ray Audio Codecs Explained.

DSP/ASSP - Digital Signal Processing / Audio-Specific Signal Processor (or Application-specific standard products). Used with a CODEC to decode digital audio.

EDID - Extended display identification data - A data structure provided by a digital display to describe its capabilities to a video source (e.g. graphics card, Set-top box).

GTV - Google TV
Brings Android, Chrome, and Flash to your TV with devices running the android OS controled by a full keyboard.
As of December 2010 the Sony NSZ-GT1 and Logitech Revue were the only devices supporting GTV.
A Dec. 2010 Wall Street Journal article says that due to bad reviews, google has asked hardware companies to put off announcing new products until a new version of the software is available.

HDMI - (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) - The standard specification for cables connecting your player, network, computer or cable service to your screen (HDTV or digital PC monitor) or Home Theater System.
Has audio and video.
HDMI cables with ethernet are now available for about the same price and work even if you are not using ethernet. Future interfaces may require it.

LPCM - Linear pulse-code modulation - Digital Audio encoding common on Blu-Ray discs.
An upgrade to Dolby Digital and DTS audio used with DVDs.
See Blu-ray Audio Codecs Explained.

make.believe - a new Group-wide brand message that unites Sony's communication initiatives across electronics, games, movies, music, mobile phones and network services.

NetCast - LG's architecture for Internet TV

VOD - Video on Demand (Amazon)

1080p24 ??
19.2 Mbps figure for HD ATSC ??

The problem for video streaming through wireless is latency--it can be very high at various instances and highly unpredictable.


If you are a subscriber to one of the following participating TV providers, you can connect your account to Hulu and watch new episodes the day after they air on TV. Otherwise, episodes will usually be available on Hulu.com 8 days after they air on TV. huluPLUS - Instant Streaming $7.99/mo. Hulu Plus is available on connected TVs and Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, set-top boxes, tablets, mobile phones, and more. Easily watch your favorite shows on all your devices: start watching on your phone and continue watching on your TV. Supported Devices
Bandwidth:
Standard definition television 3.5 Mbps
DVD movie quality steaming 9.8 Mbps
HDTV 10-15 Mbps
HDTV 1080P 15-28 Mbps
Blu-ray video up to 40 Mbps.
High-quality Internet radio 128 Kbps
Netflix says you can get HD on 5 Mbps and Ultra HD on 25 Mbps.
see Internet Connection Speed Recommendations | Netflix.com

A one-hour 720p video in the MPEG-2 standard might be 2.7 GB while the same video in one of the newest video standards, H.264 or Advanced Video Coding (AVC), could be almost 13 GB [source: Digital Rebellion]. Thus, differences in file size could be one explanation for why different Web sites have different speed recommendations for streaming their HD content.

Suppose the video you're streaming is one hour long, and the file size for that video is 6 GB. While a broadband connection of up to 10 Mbps lets you easily stream a lot of video content online, you'll want 15 Mbps or more for this six-gigabyte HD video. Here's a quick look at the math:
Approximate megabytes: 6 GB = 6,144 MB (1 GB = 1024 MB)
Approximate megabits: 6,144 MB = 49,152 Mb (1 byte = 8 bits)
Number of seconds per hour calculation: 60 x 60 = 3,600
Megabits per hour calculation: 49,152 / 3,600 = 13.65 Mbpsz
Source: HowStuffWorks "How fast should my internet connection be to watch streaming HD movies?"

A hard wired wireless-G router will be good, but for wireless you may need a dual band Wireless-N router.
See: Wireless Networking bandwidth - configuration
Broadband Blog : YouTube turns on 1080p streaming
How fast does your network need to be.htm


New Intel Internet TV set top box for 2013.

Erik Huggers, General Manager of Intel Media, has confirmed that the company is, in fact, working on providing television over the internet, and it plans to do so with new consumer hardware that Huggers described as something with "beautiful industrial design." He says the service will be relatively full-featured: "we will have live television, catch-up television, on-demand, [and] a set of applications." The hardware will also include a camera -- which can be turned off -- that will apparently watch users as they watch TV (including, possibly, for targeting ads). Huggers said one use case for the camera could include synchronizing viewing with viewers across the country for a "real social experience."
Intel will use the HEVC video codec instead of H.264, which Huggers says can provide much better video.
Intel confirms its Internet TV launch this year, complete with set-top box and a camera | The Verge Other Issues:
Sports blackouts for sources that don't have exclusive rights.


Apple TV:
26% of market in 2014.
If you have other iOS devices or a relatively recent Mac computer, it's dead simple to push music, photos, and videos from nearly any app to your Apple TV. AirPlay is just awesome: If you have other iOS devices or a relatively recent Mac computer, it's dead simple to push music, photos, and videos from nearly any app to your Apple TV. It also gives you access to a lot of apps that aren't supported natively by the Apple TV.

Fifth-generation Apple TV: (October 2015)

  • $149 vs $69 for 3rd-gen
  • Downloadable Apps.
  • New Siri Remote (vie built in microphone) , which includes a glass Touch panel for navigating through the Apple TV interface as one would on an iPhone.
  • built-in accelerometer and gyroscope let the Siri Remote double as a game controller.
  • Bluetooth 4.0, the Apple TV also supports third-party gaming controllers.
  • New Apple Music app that brings Apple's new Music service to the television for the first time.
  • Universal search capabilities allow users to search through multiple apps at once to find what they're looking for.
  • 32 to 64GB of storage
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi
  • IR transmitter
Apple Events - Special Event September 2015 - Apple video

Articles:
Streaming media netflix hulu huluplus BLu-ray comparison - Google Search
Netflix vs. Hulu Plus vs. Amazon Prime Comparison 2014
What is the best TV, movie streaming service? Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime, others reviewed - 7NEWS Denver TheDenverChannel.com 2014
5 Reasons to Buy a Blu-ray Player Instead of a Roku or Apple TV - Consumer Reports News 2014
Which streaming-media device is right for you? - CNET 2010 udated 2013
10 Living Room Streaming Options Compared 2012 - Streaming Media Magazine
Google Chromecast Review & Rating | PCMag.com 2014
"How to Ditch Your Cable Provider Without Giving Up on TV" - Popular Mechanics, May, 2009
What You Need to Know When Buying a Web-Connected TV | Product Reviews | Wired.com November 23, 2010
"Is it time to cut the cord on cable TV?" USA TODAY 1/3/2011
Searching for the Future of Television MIT Technology review Jan/Feb 2011

Links:
See reviews above
How to Cut the Cord and Get Rid of Cable TV
TV antennas
Video Sources
Digital Media Peer-to_Peer (P2P)
Streaming Media - Online Video News, Trends, and Analysis
Blu-Ray Disk Players
Dual band Wireless-N routers.
See: Wireless Networking bandwidth - configuration
Internet-tv at TVnewsRadio.com
Why the Future of Online Video Is in Serious Trouble [OP-ED]
"Is it time to cut the cord on cable TV?" USA TODAY 1/3/2011
HD Media Player Battlemodo: Apple TV Killers
roku - Gizmodo (11/17/10)
Video Box Battle Royale: Who Should Be Your TV's New Best Friend (9/28/10)
What the hell is going on with TV? - Fortune Tech
Sources for TV Over the Internet | eHow.com
The Top 5 Video Streaming Websites 2012
How To Watch TV Shows Online: Top 10 TV Streaming Sites 2012 - All My Faves 2012
Streaming Wars: Apple TV vs Google, Boxee, Roku, XBox360, PS3 at methodshop 2012
Archive: New on streaming
Tv on the Web - USA TODAY


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