From YiFei Software:
The Worldwide Online TV Web allows you to watch 2700+ live television Webs from 186+ countries. There is no need for a TV Tuner card because all the channels are streamed through your Internet connection. For most TV a modem speed of 56Kb/s is required, for the broadband TV stations you need 300 Kb/s. Worldwide Online TV Web comes with automatic TV station updates so it will never be out of date.
What's new in this version: Version 4.0 adds 10+ live television Webs.
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All versions:1.2 stars
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