Montfavet, France (PRWEB) September 6, 2006
Holersoft today announced the release of Free Internet TV, a Windows application that allows you to watch more than 1200 live television channels from 100 countries by streaming media.
There is no need for a TV Tuner card because all of the channels are streamed through your Internet connection. Free Internet TV is ideal for people interested in alternative programming, learning languages, foreign cultures, entertainment or news.
The most significant Free Internet TV features are:
Various Channels: Channels include sports, entertainment, music, news, talk and education from many different countries. There are even Television based on different languages including English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, and Arabic. These channels are streamed over the Internet for free and do not require any subscription.
Simple and easy to use: Free Internet TV emulates the regular Television set on your PC. All you have to do is select a channel from the list and it will play in the main window. This application does not require any special configurations or settings in order to access all the channels. You can add selected channels to a Favorite list for faster access in the future.
No additional hardware required: It does not require a TV Tuner card, since these programs are broadcasted over the Internet.
Free Internet TV uses Windows Media Player's decoding system to present the television and radio signals. Free Internet TV works with any broadband Internet Service Provider (ISP) Worldwide.
Free Internet TV supports resizable screen sizes; you can change the screen window to any size that you want, including full-screen mode. This software comes with free automatic TV station updates so it will never be out of date. It also supports thousands of skins (visual styles) .
About the stations:
Just like a TV set, live Internet television depends on the origin and not on the software that displays the TV images. Some stations can be off line due to their servers' overload or Internet traffic jams. Not all stations have a 24 Hours schedule. The video quality is dependent on the broadcaster's own bandwidth; the higher the bandwidth, the better the video quality you will receive. For most TV channels, a modem speed of 56Kb/s is required. For the broadband TV stations, you need 300 Kb/s.
Free Internet TV runs under Windows 98/Me/NT4.0/2000/XP/2003 and costs USD$29.95 for lifetime subscription.
The 14-day fully functional evaluation version of the program can be downloaded for free at http://www.Holersoft.net/download/tvsetup.exe (2Mb Only)
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