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TV Moves Online

18-Apr-06 03:36 pm EDT Leave a comment Go to comments
By the time the next season of Sci-Fi gets off the ground, there are going to be a number of free, online television channels up-and-running.  This has been coming for a long time now, but the reality of the situation is that many (like myself) have already been getting their entertainment needs fulfilled online for years.  This, throguh a combination of emerging technologies like RSS, Torrents and network bandwidth innovations that make high-speed access to the internet both affordable and practical for almost everyone in North America and Europe.
A recent New.com story covers the latest trends and tries to keep up with the pace of what’s happening in this intriguing area of technology convergence…have a look.
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