Is Proud to Announce the 1 Million Download Count of TV

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Watch hundreds (300+) of live worldwide channels on PC, free of charge.

News Image is proud to announce the one million download of TV in less than a year, an extremely easy to use application program for the Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003 ® platforms.

TV 2.0, the award winning freeware application that lets people watch more than 300 channels of live worldwide TV on their PC's. TV 2.0 lets people search for their favorite TV stations, either from specific categories or from a regional list. They can sort channels related to sports, news, music, education, and other categories. They can also sort by language.

Version 2.0's intuitive interface doesn't require any special configurations in order to access worldwide channels. Usage is a purely plug-and-play experience. People can view a live broadcast with nothing more than an Internet connection.

TV 2.0 features multi-format functionality (Windows Media and RealVideo), live online streaming 24/7 worldwide TV (TV 2.0 runs the station's live video in a fixed, NTSC-like 640x480-pixel, 4:3 "natural" aspect ratio screen), and compatibility with any broadband ISP worldwide.

System requirements:

TV will run under Windows 98/95/2000/ME/XP/Server2003 and NT 4.0. It requires 1 megabytes of disk space and Internet Explorer 6 is recommended.

1024x768 screen resolution, Windows Media Player, Real Player

TV got over 30 different five star awards at U.S and worldwide shareware and freeware sites. including the "100% Clean" Certification (spyware, adware, viruses) from:

Price and Availability

TV is available for download now. The price is $0.00

TV can be downloaded freely from (1Mb Only) no expiration date.

For more information please contact Mr. Nir Romem,

Tel: +31-6-33747150

For the editors:

Please include a copy of TV software at your magazine CD-ROM / Download link web site.

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