For the immigrant who wants to enjoy programs in her native language to the student of foreign language, this is a cultural opportunity unprecedented in the history of the world
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 2, 2009
SatelliteTVpcDtheater comes to the rescue with new simple satellite TV for PC software that turns any PC into a full-featured television. This is happening just as millions of Americans who own outdated analog TV's are eyeing expensive cable subscriptions and satellite dishes.
One small fee and a quick satellite TV for PC download from http://www.Dtheatre.com/DtheaterTV/ and any PC receives 4,107 quality television channels.
"Our computer TV receives news and weather channels, animal channels, finance, cartoons, sports, and a vast selection of international channels that open your computer to all the ideas and entertainment of the world," said Richard Davis of Dallas, Texas-based SatelliteTVpcDtheater.
The PC TV software is easily downloaded and installed on any PC, instantly turning the computer into a powerful satellite TV. Rather than paying a monthly subscription fee as with cable and traditional satellite TV, this new computer TV requires just one small initial payment for the TV software. After that, watching thousands of channels is completely free.
The software also allows users to turn their mobile phone into a TV. A satellite TV for PC software add-in lets users search and watch a massive database of 40 million feature-length videos.
Most of the world's people don't receive many TV channels. They range from the inner city resident who can't afford cable, to the isolated Montana rancher who can't receive faraway signals, to far flung peoples around the world who have little access to quality television programming.
"Many of the industry's top engineers and software designers have been working on this challenge for the past nine years. The solution is highly affordable PC satellite TV that pulls in almost all of the world's most popular channels. This is a godsend to millions of people around the world," Davis said.
Programs are broadcast in more than 144 languages ranging from English, Spanish, and German to lesser known languages of Serbia, Algeria, and Vietnam. "For the immigrant who wants to enjoy programs in her native language to the student of foreign language, this is a cultural opportunity unprecedented in the history of the world," Davis said.
Davis even muses that PC-TV will eventually ease international conflicts and make war a rare event. "When millions of people from all over the world watch each other's programs and learn about each other's cultures, it can't help but bring us all closer together in international understanding," David said.
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