Watch Live TV Channel On Your PC Free

December 17, 2009 | By | 12 Replies More

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Maybe I was just being lucky today because for quite sometime that I have been looking for a decent software to be able to watch live television channels from my computer, I finally found what I’ve been looking for.

TeleViewer realizes this search as it allows live streaming of television channels straight from a computer seamlessly. With over 175 channels to choose from, TeleViewer is really unmatched with its wide array of channel options from news, movie, business, sports, shopping, music, educational, and religious channels and you only need a broadband connection to make it work because it’s absolutely free to use.

TeleViewer

TeleViewer

Its 4.68MB size is too small enough to carry a great deal of viewing experience because it loads pretty fast and the interface is very much easy to use. You don’t really need all day just to get used to it. It works perfectly fine with Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, and 7.

Viewing can easily be switched from windowed to full screen mode and is skinnable with adjustable volume without the need to alter system settings, an organized channel distribution without duplicates and dead channels, no ads and is malware-free.

Televiewer is a freeware however, purchasing a license would double the number of viewable channels plus the ability to add, edit, and delete channels including channel filtering by language or category.
So, what are you waiting for? Download TeleViewer now and enjoy the benefits of TV on your PC.

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  1. Arafat Hossain Piyada says:

    I just downloaded and tested it and amazingly all channel are working fine, however I unable to find any well known channel. May be that’s are only available to license holders.
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  2. Mathdelane says:

    It’s good to know that all channels are working fine however regarding those well-known ones that you were looking for (HBO, ESPN, Starworld, etc.), I even thought about that and although I have a license those channels doesn’t show up either, I’m not really sure if you could find any well-known channels on any TV software like the ones you normally see in your local cable providers, maybe there was some kind of licensing concerns that prohibit most TV software developers from distributing their content across these platforms.

    There’s an option however on the software that would allow you to suggest channels (maybe online channels) for inclusion which would then be included in their next software release once approved.

  3. Jayce says:

    Nice tool. But I don’t think that my slow connection can work. 🙁
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  4. Mathdelane says:

    If you’re on dial-up, you’d surely have a hard time.

    Thanks for stopping by Jayce.

  5. Unfortunately, none of the big TV networks broadcast over the Internet. If they did, TeleViewer would certainly contain these channels. Perhaps this will change in time.

  6. Mathdelane says:

    I hope so. I was just thinking that maybe because their not doing it right now is they feel like getting a cut from software developers’ sales. Royalty fees are just for franchisees so I don’t think software companies producing similar software would have to engage with the idea just to stream live broadcast from known channels.

  7. Kikolani says:

    I’ve been watching a lot of stuff on TV Shack for the last few weeks. Not all of it has been in good quality though, and you have to wait until people upload a show on one of the video sharing networks, and those are a pain sometimes because they limit you on the time you can watch in one session, etc.

    ~ Kristi
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  8. Mathdelane says:

    TV Shack seems to be similar with Veoh in scope but the latter for me is much better in terms of quality. TeleViewer is more than enough to keep me abreast with the latest news and music videos so I’m cool.

    Thanks for dropping by Kristi.

  9. John Sullivan says:

    Just wanted to stop by and stumble you so you CAN’T say I don’t visit you 🙂 I’m going to check out the site but I wanted to add that I looked around your site and you should be proud of the work you’ve done 🙂 Thanks for your friendship 🙂
    Happy Holidays
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  10. Mathdelane says:

    Your presence on my site is always appreciated, John. You know that you’re my first blogging friend and I’m glad that every now and then despite your being busy, you still try to keep track of your friends. Thank you for being such a good friend to me.

  11. Advenda says:

    I’ve been watching a lot of stuff on TV Shack for the last few weeks. Not all of it has been in good quality though, and you have to wait until people upload a show on one of the video sharing networks, and those are a pain sometimes because they limit you on the time you can watch in one session, etc. 😀

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