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Stop paying for expensive cable or satellite each month

For the vast majority of the Twentieth Century, cable TV Signals and over-the-air broadcasts were the only means of watching television. The broadcast TV functioned as such:

A reception device most commonly known as an antenna captures radio waves for the purpose of transmitting pictures and sound to your television set.

With the advent of Satellite TV, wires are connected either directly to your TV itself or to a set-top box.

Those particular wires all the way to the nearest Cable TV station which itself acts as a large receptive device.

Internet TV, in straightforward terms , is conveyed via video and audio using Internet connection. This is more commonly known as IPTV, Internet Protocol Television. With this protocol, you can watch TV either on a computer screen, laptop, tablet or smart phones.

This is nearly the equivalent as getting TV through a receptive device or an assortment of interlinked wires. In difference to cable TV, data is sent via the internet instead of cables.

There are many websites that offers Internet TV. There is one such site that I am currently using and is offering me a wide variety of TV channels to choose from. Finished are the days I had to pay for expensive cable or satellite TV each month. I am even allowed to stream TV from my device directly to my big screen.

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